Federer and Nadal have combined to win the last nine Grand Slams. Is history going to continue to repeat itself in years to come, or is Nadal's game evolving to the point where he will be even more dangerous at the other majors?
Roger Federer was nearly flawless in his straight-sets U.S. Open semifinal win over Nikolay Davydenko. Bonnie DeSimone writes how the mental aspect of Federer's game has taken him to the top of the sport.
James Blake finally won a set against Roger Federer, but that's all he could muster in the U.S. Open quarterfinals. Bonnie DeSimone writes how Blake couldn't capitalize on multiple chances to change the usual script.
James Blake may be in what one interviewer called "an extended zone," but he recognizes that Roger Federer is in a zone of his own right now, a Bermuda Triangle of tennis where otherwise sturdy ships vanish without a trace.