Tim Smyczek was the last hope. But that was too much pressure for the lone American in the draw.
Rafael Nadal, with his newfound hard-court domination, has been leading the way for Spain, which is the undisputed world power right now when it comes to men's tennis, Greg Garber writes.
It took eight-plus hours after the first ball was struck (thank you, rain), but Juan Martin del Potro survived.
At age 35, Tommy Haas' run into the French Open quarterfinals has been the feel-good story at Roland Garros, just don't tell that to Mikhail Youzny, Greg Garber writes.
Now that it's over, it's time to start celebrating Andy Roddick's grand career.
Mardy Fish and Brian Baker enjoy the simple pleasures of tennis -- and for good reason.
Simply put, Brian Baker's win was another chapter in a Disney-movie-worthy comeback.
A broken body. Six years out of the game. Who cares? Brian Baker is a healed man who will have a shot at redemption in Paris.
James Blake's stormy relationship with five-set matches took a turbulent turn. But the forecast for Andy Roddick is much better.
Americans Mardy Fish and Vania King forge ahead at the French Open, while Sam Querrey was on the losing end.
Unfortunately for the two Andys, Roddick and Murray, losing is breeding more losing. When will the hangover end?
It was the match that wouldn't end. John Isner and Nicolas Mahut battled through darkness and anguish for 183 games and three days. That was just one memorable moment of 2010.
Roger Federer dusted himself off and firmly planted his feet after a precarious first half of the season. And we can thank his new attacking mindset for the turnaround. Will it pay off in London?
It had already been a tepid summer for Andy Roddick. And it ended miserably after crashing out to Janko Tipsarevic at the U.S. Open.
Andy Roddick continues to race against time. But even at the doddering age of 28, there's plenty of life left.