Someone must have forgotten to tell Wayne Arthurs and Jonas Bjorkman the over-35 tournament begins next week. A combined 71 years old, the two players will clash in the third round of Wimbledon.
Rafa and Roger will meet for the second straight year in the French Open final; however, while Federer battled for three hours on Friday, Nadal got better as his match went longer.
James Blake had plenty of reasons to celebrate following his convincing win over Spain's Tommy Robredo in the Davis Cup quarterfinals. Bonnie DeSimone explains.
Rafael Nadal is alive and well at the Sony Ericsson Open. However, a foot injury was the reason Spain gave that will keep Nadal out of the Davis Cup quarterfinals against the United States.
Top-seeded Roger Federer, looking for his 10th career Grand Slam, will have plenty of obstacles to overcome in order to repeat as Australian Open champion.
Bonnie DeSimone writes no one has been better during the clay-court season in recent history than Rafael Nadal. Just ask Roger Federer.