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  1. Juan Martin del Potro this close to stardom

    Peter Bodo

    Although some tennis fans might like to hunt down Juan Martin del Potro and fling him off a bridge for getting in the way of yet another clash between ATP No. 1 Rafael Nadal and No. 2 Novak Djokovic, it would be a mistake to write off the hulking, sh...

    Blog | October 14, 2013
  2. Nadal-Federer would spice up Shanghai

    Peter Bodo

    So, are you all ready for Roger versus Rafa XXII? It could happen within a week, if both men play to form at the Shanghai Masters 1000 event. Should the meeting occur, it will help advance the growing feeling that for once -- and hopefully for the fu...

    Blog | October 11, 2010
  3. Can Federer hold off Djoker for world No. 1?

    Peter Bodo

    Fall is the time when tennis takes a nosedive off the radar, even though the calendar is no less loaded than at any other time of year -- and not just with ATP 250 and 500 events. Two of the nine Masters events (Shanghai and Paris) take place in the ...

    Blog | September 21, 2012
  4. Tennis - Can Roger Federer hold off Novak Djokovic?

    Peter Bodo

    Eh, who cares about the rest of the tennis season? No one, unless, of course, you like down-to-the-wire races for the year-end No. 1 ranking.

    Blog | Conversation | September 21, 2012
  5. No major, no problem for Andy Murray

    Peter Bodo

    There probably was much weeping and gnashing of teeth in Shanghai the other day, when ATP No. 1 Novak Djokovic declared that he's taking a pass on the event to further rest the back. Roger Federer is bypassing this Masters 1000 tournament as wel...

    Blog | October 10, 2011
  6. Tennis - No major, no problem for Andy Murray

    Peter Bodo

    Andy Murray walked away empty-handed during the majors, but he has a whole lot to play for in Shanghai.

    Blog | Conversation | October 10, 2011
  7. Moving the year-ender to London a fruitful decision

    Peter Bodo

    The Tennis Masters Cup, the ATP Tour's year-end championships, is bearing down on us, with a new home in London's brand-new O2 Arena. The Shanghai experiment (the YEC was played there for the past four years) now looks like a woefully unsuc...

    Blog | October 16, 2009