What a great semifinal day: No. 1 Roger Federer takes on the unintimidated Rafael Nadal.
Can you say wide open? The bottom half of the quarterfinals are as wide as a six-lane California freeway at 2 a.m.
The bottom half of the draw is littered with surprises except for Guillermo Coria and Marat Safin.
The problem with poor play on clay is that it might hurt the American program at lower levels on other surfaces.