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  1. Delivering our quarterly grades

    James Martin, TENNIS.com

    Although everything appeared to be in order after the Australian Open with No. 1 seeds Roger Federer and Serena Williams winning, the spring Masters 1000 events in Indian Wells and Miami opened up a lot of questions, considering the mass number of un...

    Blog | April 06, 2010
  2. Tennis: Delivering our quarterly grades

    James Martin, TENNIS.com

    Roger Federer and Serena Williams have their eyes set squarely on the majors, but that's OK. For others (Djoker, Safina), focus has been a major issue.

    Blog | Conversation | April 06, 2010
  3. Prospect of parity a frightening thought

    James Martin, TENNIS.com

    There's been a lot of talk about how this is the most competitive Australian Open in years, and that we could be looking ahead to a season with unpredictable results and unfamiliar faces in the winner's circle. It's a welcome change af...

    Blog | January 20, 2010
  4. Prospect of parity a frightening thought

    James Martin, TENNIS.com

    What happens when the Rafa-Roger reign ends? The prospect that the game might plummet into the abyss of parity is frightening.

    Blog | Conversation | January 20, 2010
  5. Old World Order still in rule

    James Martin, TENNIS.com

    Looking at the men's semifinal draw at the Australian Open, it's clear the establishment has pulled off a successful counterrevolution. Coming into the tournament, everyone, it seemed, was talking about how Andy Murray would run roughshod over the d...

    Blog | Conversation | January 28, 2009
  6. Djokovic's golden opportunity

    James Martin, TENNIS.com

    So much for a sophomore slump. Novak Djokovic, coming off his breakthrough season in 2007, has reached the Australian Open semifinals in convincing fashion. The Serb has not dropped a set, and he summarily dismissed a tough opponent, uber-retriever D...

    Blog | Conversation | January 23, 2008