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  1. French Open: Why Roger Federer should be wary of Robin Soderling

    Bonnie D. Ford

    Sure, Roger Federer owns an unblemished 12-0 record against Robin Soderling. But at some point the shutout will end -- right?

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2010
  2. Despite unconventional path, Isner beginning to flourish

    Bonnie D. Ford

    After an unconventional path -- one that included college tennis, not the pros -- to get to where he is, John Isner is turning heads. And if he doesn't watch out, he may just become a marked man.

    Story | Conversation | September 27, 2007
  3. Roddick rides emotional wave; sends U.S. to Davis Cup final

    Bonnie D. Ford

    Call it a life-altering experience. Fifteen years ago, Andy Roddick attended the Davis Cup final and decided tennis was in his blood. Now, Roddick is a step closer to leading the U.S. team to its first title since 1995.

    Story | Conversation | September 23, 2007
  4. Bryans set up Roddick to close the deal ... again

    Bonnie D. Ford

    Andy Roddick is as good as it gets (8-0) when it comes to closing out Davis Cup ties. But part of the reason for his success is the fact that the Bryan brothers almost never lose their crucial doubles matches, writes Bonnie D. Ford.

    Story | Conversation | September 22, 2007
  5. Davis Cup road woes continue for Blake in Sweden

    Bonnie D. Ford

    At 11-8, James Blake's singles record in Davis Cup play leaves something to be desired. The fact that he's won only one "live" road match is cause for even greater concern, writes Bonnie D. Ford.

    Story | Conversation | September 21, 2007
  6. Will Sweden's man of mystery pose problems for USA?

    Bonnie D. Ford

    Joachim Johansson hasn't played a match since January. So why has Sweden's captain Mats Wilander pegged Johansson, and not veteran Jonas Bjorkman, to play singles in Friday's Davis Cup semifinals against the U.S.?

    Story | Conversation | September 20, 2007
  7. U.S. hoping to reverse recent history in Sweden

    Bonnie D. Ford

    An ideal surface. Two top-10 players. The world's No. 1 doubles team. Is there any reason to think host Sweden stands a chance against the United States in the Davis Cup semifinals? One look at history and the answer is a resounding yes.

    Story | Conversation | September 18, 2007