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  1. Australian Open - Novak Djokovic on a path to three-peat

    Ravi Ubha

    Novak Djokovic is the master of Melbourne. But what obstacles await him in his quest to hoist the trophy for a third straight time?

    Story | Conversation | January 11, 2013
  2. What happened to Rafael Nadal in Madrid?

    Ravi Ubha

    Hmm, let's see here. Rafael Nadal beats Novak Djokovic on red clay in Monte Carlo. Rafael Nadal loses to Fernando Verdasco on funky blue clay in Madrid. Somehow, don't you think he'd take that tradeoff? Nadal won't be too conce...

    Blog | May 10, 2012
  3. Australian Open - Ryan Harrison holds it together in loss

    Ravi Ubha

    Ryan Harrison shouldn't feel too bad about his loss to Andy Murray. Samantha Stosur, though, leaves Melbourne on a pretty sad note.

    Story | Conversation | January 17, 2012
  4. Australian Open - Roger Federer downplays rift with Rafael Nadal

    Ravi Ubha

    It was a memorable opening day in Melbourne -- but not necessarily for what happened on the court.

    Story | Conversation | January 16, 2012
  5. Australian Open - Fernando Verdasco among those who need a fresh ...

    Ravi Ubha

    The guys and gals have so much going for them -- except for consistent success on the tennis court. But you know what they say about new beginnings, right?

    Story | Conversation | January 10, 2012
  6. Australian Open: Five things we learned on Day 3

    Ravi Ubha

    A virus hit Mardy Fish. Venus Williams came up lame. And Francesca Schiavone is playing on a bum leg. It hasn't been the healthiest of slams.

    Story | Conversation | January 19, 2011
  7. Ravi Ubha: Spaniards battle their way into record book

    Ravi Ubha

    In the longest match in Australian Open history, Rafael Nadal advanced to the final after a Herculean five-set win versus Fernando Verdasco. Nadal's reward: a date with Roger Federer.

    Story | Conversation | January 30, 2009
  8. Don't discount Monaco, Cornet from floating deep in the French dr...

    Ravi Ubha

    This Spaniard has a penchant for clay courts and can be lethal at times. No, not Rafael Nadal but Fernando Verdasco. He's just one of a handful of dark horses clamoring to make noise at the French Open.

    Story | Conversation | May 21, 2008