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  1. Tennis: Will a change of scenery help Andy Murray, Roger Federer ...

    Ravi Ubha,

    Perhaps it's unwavering tactics, stubbornness or simply the need for a fresh face. But Andy Murray is among those players hoping to mend their malaises with a new sidekick.

    Blog | Conversation | August 02, 2010
  2. The Fed file: A chronicle of recent struggles

    Ravi Ubha,

    The warning signs were there for Roger Federer at the Australian Open. The usually silky Swiss was in trouble against Igor Andreev in the first round and, in the quarterfinals, versus another Russian in Nikolay Davydenko. Escaping, Federer then crui...

    Blog | June 30, 2010
  3. Wimbledon 2010: Roger Federer's quarterfinals loss fits in bigger...

    Ravi Ubha,

    Roger Federer's Wimbledon quarterfinals defeat to Tomas Berdych is part of a growing body of recent work that suggests the champ's reign might be coming to an end.

    Blog | Conversation | June 30, 2010
  4. Big names going down before French starts

    Ravi Ubha,

    5. What impact will the withdrawals have? The chances of a Rafael Nadal-Roger Federer final in Paris increased fivefold when Juan Martin del Potro and Nikolay Davydenko officially withdrew Friday due to wrist injuries. We knew del Potro was out fo...

    Blog | May 17, 2010
  5. 2010 French Open: Kim Clijsters, Nikolay Davydenko, Juan Martin d...

    Ravi Ubha,

    What are the chances that we see a Roger-Rafa French Open final? A lot better considering the plentiful names in the game who have withdrawn.

    Blog | Conversation | May 17, 2010
  6. Anyone healthy enough to survive Indian Wells?

    Ravi Ubha,

    Ah, top-notch tennis is finally back, but the question is: Which of the many ailing players will be able to survive the grind of Indian Wells?

    Blog | Conversation | March 09, 2010
  7. Seven things we learned at the Australian Open

    Ravi Ubha,

    The Aussie Open saw its share of upsets, upstarts and even upchucks. Here are seven things we learned in seven rounds.

    Blog | Conversation | January 30, 2010
  8. The best and worst from the Australian Open

    Ravi Ubha,

    Kudos to Roger Federer and Serena Williams for delivering in Oz. But there is plenty more to praise and, sadly, lament from the year's first Slam.

    Blog | Conversation | January 30, 2010
  9. In the blink of an eye, the real Roger Federer returned in the Au...

    Ravi Ubha,

    Perhaps Roger Federer got lucky in the semifinals versus Nikolay Davydenko, but this was a classic case of big champ versus little champ.

    Blog | Conversation | January 27, 2010
  10. No doubt Cilic can compete with the big boys

    Ravi Ubha,

    MELBOURNE, Australia -- Marin Cilic is the latest surprise in Melbourne. His rise in the rankings, precipitated by wins over Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Nikolay Davydenko late last year, was illuminating. In truth, however, no one expected the 21-...

    Blog | January 26, 2010
  11. No doubt Marin Cilic can compete with the big boys at the Austral...

    Ravi Ubha,

    You might not be familiar with him, but Marin Cilic can hurt any player from anywhere on the court. Just ask Andy Roddick.

    Blog | Conversation | January 26, 2010
  12. Five things we learned on Day 4 at the Australian Open

    Ravi Ubha,

    Who needs water to stay healthy? Nikolay Davydenko's drink of choice, the ever-popular vodka/Red Bull concoction, is working quite well.

    Blog | Conversation | January 21, 2010
  13. Best of the World Tour Finals

    Ravi Ubha,

    Nikolay Davydenko's breathtaking play led to history in the World Tour Finals. We look back on a week rife with spectacular moments.

    Blog | Conversation | November 29, 2009