Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal left Madrid feeling blue. But now it's on to the red clay of Rome, where they'll look to rebound.
Hey, Novak Djokovic detractors, you think he can win the French Open now? Thirty-nine wins and counting does mean something.
Victoria Azarenka's secret to success is not complicated. She's happy on -- and off -- the court. That's trouble for her opponents at the Rome Masters.
Rafael Nadal showed he can be vulnerable on clay, but that doesn't mean he won't paste the field in Rome.
The Rome Masters is upon us, and with it come the world's top two players, who are clearly a cut above the rest. Rafael Nadal is on another protracted clay winning streak, while Roger Federer is again playing with resolve.
The salient question surrounding the Hamburg Masters is how Rafael Nadal will respond from a shocking defeat a week ago in Rome. The world No. 2 has shown vulnerability this year -- even on clay.