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  1. Nadal, Henin heavy favorites heading into French

    Patrick McEnroe

    As the French Open approaches, the dirt-ballers are chomping at the bit for a piece of Roland Garros hardware. But as Patrick McEnroe writes, it's all about Rafael Nadal, Justine Henin and everyone else.

    Story | Conversation | May 14, 2007
  2. Nadal will not be intimidated by No. 1 Federer

    Patrick McEnroe

    What a great semifinal day: No. 1 Roger Federer takes on the unintimidated Rafael Nadal.

    Story | Conversation | June 02, 2005
  3. All four men have a real shot at the finals

    Patrick McEnroe

    Can you say wide open? The bottom half of the quarterfinals are as wide as a six-lane California freeway at 2 a.m.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2005
  4. Should be Safin vs. Coria in quarterfinals

    Patrick McEnroe

    The bottom half of the draw is littered with surprises except for Guillermo Coria and Marat Safin.

    Story | Conversation | May 28, 2005
  5. A couple of bad French Opens is not the problem

    Patrick McEnroe

    The problem with poor play on clay is that it might hurt the American program at lower levels on other surfaces.

    Story | Conversation | May 26, 2005
  6. This could be Nadal's year to win in Paris

    Patrick McEnroe

    After Rafael Nadal's spring, it wouldn't be surprising to see him holding the trophy in two weeks.

    Story | Conversation | May 21, 2005
  7. Roddick relies too much on his serve

    Patrick McEnroe

    Andy Roddick had another disappointing showing at the French Open. In fact, he's struggled since the Aussie Open.

    PackageStory | May 27, 2003
  8. Maybe the best will give their all at Wimbledon

    Patrick McEnroe

    Maybe order will be restored at Wimbledon with the best players once again giving their all at the most important events.

    Story | Conversation | June 10, 2002
  9. Viewer's guide to Roland Garros

    Patrick McEnroe

    The bottom half of the draw, with Roger Federer, Andre Agassi and Juan Carlos Ferrero is much tougher than the top portion.

    PackageStory | May 24, 2002