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  1. Tennis: Pursuit of happiness for Andy Roddick and James Blake

    Joel Drucker

    Andy Roddick and James Blake are both defined by their results. But despite any on-court shortcomings, they've both lived the American dream.

    Story | Conversation | March 15, 2011
  2. Cliff Richey's path to peace

    Joel Drucker

    Watching Cliff Richey's zealous demeanor on the tennis court, you would have never known of his dark, troubled life off of it. But he's no longer running from the truth.

    Story | Conversation | May 05, 2010
  3. Owen Davidson, Fred Stolle, Roy Emerson, Mark Woodforde speak on ...

    Joel Drucker

    How much of a disgrace was Serena Williams' U.S. Open tirade? And is Andy Murray destined never to win a Slam? Four Aussie legends, who aren't afraid to speak the truth, weigh in.

    Story | Conversation | November 04, 2009
  4. McEnroe Sr.'s vision, brashness an unlikely fit for the ATP

    Joel Drucker

    The search to replace a lame-duck CEO with someone who will lead the ATP into the 21st century and bring together separate-minded stakeholders is on. If a deregulated, free-for-all entity without accountability is what you're looking for, John McEnroe Sr. is your man.

    Story | Conversation | October 08, 2008
  5. The world through Jimmy's eyes a very different place

    Joel Drucker

    Ostensibly, the Andy Roddick-Jimmy Connors breakup appeared mutual. But from the outset, the relationship was doomed. Connors has struggled with a wave of emotions since his days on top of the world.

    Story | Conversation | March 12, 2008
  6. He's got game, but Sampras content with new life

    Joel Drucker

    His world-class mechanics propelled him to a record 14 Grand Slam titles and six straight years ranked No. 1. Today, Pete Sampras can still strut his stuff, but don't be fooled -- retirement is that much better.

    Story | Conversation | February 20, 2008
  7. Chang investing time, money in Chinese tennis

    Joel Drucker

    With his name on the ballot for induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame along with his involvement with the Summer Olympics in Beijing, 2008 promises to be an important year for Michael Chang, writes Joel Drucker.

    Story | Conversation | October 09, 2007