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  1. Being the hunter what Djokovic needs

    Peter Bodo

    Novak Djokovic's 6-3, 6-4 win over Rafael Nadal in the Beijing final did absolutely nothing to diminish the notion that this week was all about Nadal. Specifically, it was about the 27-year-old conquering injury and self-doubt to recapture the world ...

    Blog | October 07, 2013
  2. Rosol has upper hand on Nadal again

    Peter Bodo

    For the second time in less than a year, Rafael Nadal has been upstaged by Lukas Rosol, a 6-foot-5, 27-year-old ball punisher from the Czech Republic. The first time, in case you spent last year living under a rock, was in the second round at Wimbled...

    Blog | April 29, 2013
  3. Tennis - Lukas Rosol has upper hand on Rafael Nadal again

    Peter Bodo

    Even though Rafael Nadal won the Barcelona Open, he was, yet again, overshadowed by his Wimbledon nemesis, Lukas Rosol.

    Blog | Conversation | April 29, 2013
  4. Tough but not impossible task for U.S.

    Peter Bodo

    When we last left Sam Querrey, he was utterly disgusted after a shockingly one-sided 6-1, 6-1 loss to Tomas Berdych in the fourth round of the Sony Open a little more than a week ago. After the match, Querrey turned ruefully philosophical: "You know,...

    Blog | April 05, 2013
  5. Tennis - Tough but not impossible task for U.S. in Davis Cup vers...

    Peter Bodo

    Sam Querrey and Jon Isner have had their share of doldrums lately, and now they face Novak Djokovic and Serbia in Davis Cup. Can they pull off the upset?

    Blog | Conversation | April 05, 2013
  6. Win highlights how low Woz has fallen

    Peter Bodo

    Caroline Wozniacki and Laura Robson, two women with very different backstories, played in WTA finals this weekend. Wozniacki won hers in Seoul, South Korea, bombarding Kaia Kanepi 6-1, 6-0. Kanepi is like the subject of that poem by Henry Wadsworth ...

    Blog | September 24, 2012
  7. Tennis - Win highlights how low Caroline Wozniacki has fallen

    Peter Bodo

    Caroline Wozniacki won her first title of the year. But that hardly means she's gone through some kind of transformation.

    Blog | Conversation | September 24, 2012
  8. More to Raonic than supersized frame

    Peter Bodo

    This is getting borderline absurd. Just when it seemed Milos Raonic, the pride of Thornhill, Ontario, couldn't top his most recent feat (beating world No. 9 Fernando Verdasco twice in the span of four days), the 6-foot-5 wunderkind rained down a...

    Blog | February 17, 2011
  9. A downside to World Tour Finals

    Peter Bodo

    Andy Murray won his first-round match at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals 6-2, 6-4 on Sunday. Big deal, right? A player like Murray, ranked No. 5 in the world and a multiple Grand Slam finalist, is supposed to cruise through the first-rounders. Bu...

    Blog | November 22, 2010
  10. No end to Rafael Nadal's upside

    Peter Bodo

    When a player turns in the kind of performance Rafael Nadal delivered Monday in the high-quality U.S. Open men's singles final (he blasted Novak Djokovic 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-2), you tend to explore one or both of two themes: character and talent. ...

    Blog | September 13, 2010
  11. Isner unafraid to live on the edge

    Peter Bodo

    It can't be easy being John Isner these days. For one thing, he's no longer identified as "6-foot-9 John Isner" or "former Georgia Bulldog John Isner." His epic first-round clash at Wimbledon with Nicolas Mahut about a month ago has left hi...

    Blog | July 26, 2010
  12. A-game too much to ask before U.S. Open

    Peter Bodo

    We all saw Roger Federer struggle mightily to overcome David Ferrer on Thursday in Cincinnati (it went 6-4 in the third), despite the world No. 1 having owned the Spanish grinder since forever. It was a pretty apt symbol for the state of tennis these...

    Blog | August 21, 2009
  13. Davydenko, Ginepri break on through (again)

    Peter Bodo

    The big winners on the men's tour this weekend were Nikolay Davydenko and Robby Ginepri, two hard-luck cases who couldn't have made their re-breakthroughs at a better time. Davydenko, who defeated Paul-Henri Mathieu 6-4, 6-2 in the German ...

    Blog | July 27, 2009
  14. Nikolay Davydenko, Robby Ginepri break on through (again)

    Peter Bodo

    The big winners on the men's tour this weekend were Nikolay Davydenko and Robby Ginepri, two hard-luck cases who couldn't have made their re-breakthroughs at a better time. Davydenko, who defeated Paul-Henri Mathieu 6-4, 6-2 in the German Open final...

    Blog | Conversation | July 27, 2009