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  1. Greg Garber: What Michael Chang's 1989 French Open title meant

    Greg Garber

    Michael Chang's startling 1989 French Open victory incited the most successful generation of American men.

    Story | Conversation | May 19, 2009
  2. Greg Garber: Michael Chang's '89 French Open title more than a fo...

    Greg Garber

    Michael Chang had no business beating the world's No. 1 player at the French Open 20 years ago. That is until a conviction of heart led him to one of the all-time monumental upsets.

    Story | Conversation | May 19, 2009
  3. Martin reaches milestone

    Greg Garber

    Four of the five American men in the top half of the draw advanced to the third round.

    PackageStory | August 28, 2003
  4. It was a struggle to the finish

    Greg Garber

    Michael Chang retired this week at the Open after taking a yearlong victory tour to 'thank his fans.'

    PackageStory | August 26, 2003
  5. Roddick most ready to rise

    Greg Garber

    Andy Roddick is the man dubbed as America's future, but there are a few others vying for the crown.

    PackageStory | August 25, 2003
  6. Chang savors final moments in Paris

    Greg Garber

    After 53 matches at Roland Garros, Michael Chang says goodbye to the place where he won his only Grand Slam title.

    PackageStory | May 27, 2003
  7. Chang bids adieu to tennis career

    Greg Garber

    Michael Chang, the 1989 French Open champion, returns for the last time to the site of his only Grand Slam title.

    PackageStory | May 23, 2003
  8. A rare dramatic moment at the draw

    Greg Garber

    Michael Chang himself drew the numbers from the bowl putting the Williams sisters in opposite halves of the bracket.

    PackageStory | May 23, 2003
  9. Chang reflects on the twilight

    Greg Garber

    Once a top 10 player, Michael Chang now sits at No. 102. But instead of being bitter, he's at peace.

    PackageStory | August 26, 2002
  10. Who will be the first to break through?

    Greg Garber

    In 1989, Michael Chang sparked an American revolution as an era of great U.S. tennis began. Now the next generation is eager for the first big win.

    PackageStory | August 28, 2001