Not much has gone right for Robby Ginepri since he reached the semifinals at the U.S. Open in 2005. He's not quite there yet but he advanced to the third round of the U.S. Open on Friday.
James Blake and Robby Ginepri made names for themselves last year at the U.S. Open. 2006 has been a breakout year for Blake, while Ginepri is struggling just to win matches, writes Greg Garber.
Andre Agassi might be the grand old man at 35, but he acted like a teenager after advancing to the U.S. Open final.
What does a guy have to do to get some attention in the U.S. Open? When you find out, tell Robby Ginepri.
Robby Ginepri, the No. 27 seed, was the first American man into the fourth round but won't be the last.
In more than a century of play, Robby Ginepri became the first U.S. Davis Cup rookie to rally from two sets down.
By the numbers on U.S. tennis' young guns -- Andy Roddick, Taylor Dent, Mardy Fish and Robby Ginepri