A wily 20-year veteran, Fabrice Santoro has the same passion and determination he had as a 16-year-old neophyte. Wielding a textured mix of spin and tactics, the Frenchman is still more than capable of putting his opponents through agony.
Since a booming serve and crushing forehand paved the way for Andy Roddick's 2003 U.S. Open title, the American has struggled to find that summit again. After failed overhauls to his game, the road to success may not be so complicated.
Tom Gorman and Tom Gullikson were captains of the last two U.S. teams that won the Davis Cup. On the eve of the final, the former captains discuss what it means to be captain and how the position has changed since they were in charge.