Even though he lost to Grigor Dimitrov, former Aussie Open finalist Marcos Baghdatis showed he still has chops to hang with the best in the game.
Considering the offseason Roger Federer had, the Australian Open looks like it might be the start of his vacation.
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.
Marcos Baghdatis is in his second Grand Slam semifinal of 2006. As Greg Garber writes, no one at Wimbledon has had a wilder time getting this far than the 18th-seeded Cypriot.