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  1. Nadal set to finally flourish at Flushing

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    The U.S. Open Series began this week in Atlanta, where Andy Roddick is making a surprise visit. As the summer hard-court season gets into full swing, here's what's on my mind. Rafa's best shot First things first: Rafael Nadal can win...

    Blog | July 21, 2010
  2. 2010 U.S. Open: Rafael Nadal set to finally flourish at Flushing ...

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    There are good reasons Rafael Nadal hasn't won a U.S. Open title in the past. This year, we see only reasons that Rafa will walk away from New York a winner.

    Blog | Conversation | July 21, 2010
  3. The U.S. Open from 0-53

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    As the U.S. Open approaches, here are a few numbers to consider: 53: Andy Murray, who has the best hard-court record of any player over the past year, received a lot of attention for winning a 53-stroke rally in the Cincinnati quarterfinals. For me,...

    Blog | August 25, 2009
  4. U.S. Open by the numbers

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    Remember Andy Murray's impressive 53-stroke rally he won in the Cincinnati quarterfinals? Well, it's not as impressive as you might think.

    Blog | Conversation | August 25, 2009
  5. In Nadal's case, less will amount to more

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    Rafael Nadal fans are undoubtedly nervous about the return of the muscle-bound Majorcan at next week's Masters event in Montreal. My advice? Don't expect too much. There's still a chance Nadal won't play next week, according to h...

    Blog | July 29, 2009
  6. In Rafael Nadal's case, less will amount to more

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    Rafael Nadal fans are undoubtedly nervous about the return of the muscle-bound Majorcan at next week's Masters event in Montreal. My advice? Don't expect too much. There's still a chance Nadal won't play next week, according to his Web site. In an i...

    Blog | Conversation | July 29, 2009
  7. Blake not the only player singing the blues

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    While tennis takes the equivalent of its All-Star break, we look ahead to the last leg of the season, the bruising American hard-court season. Here are five players who have a lot on the line the next two months. James Blake Just when things couldn...

    Blog | July 14, 2009
  8. Here's who needs to step it up

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    James Blake's doldrums reached their lowest point this past weekend. But he's not the only player who needs to snap out of a funk during the summer hard-court season.

    Blog | Conversation | July 14, 2009
  9. What the contenders need to win Wimbledon

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    Wimbledon, the most prestigious tennis tournament of them all, begins next week. It will be hard to top last year's rain-soaked, all-day-drama of a men's final, in which Rafael Nadal ended Roger Federer's reign as darkness settled in. ...

    Blog | June 16, 2009
  10. Want to win Wimbledon?

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    Wimbledon, the most prestigious tennis tournament of them all, begins next week. It will be hard to top last year's rain-soaked, all-day-drama of a men's final, in which Rafael Nadal ended Roger Federer's reign as darkness settled in. Will those two ...

    Blog | Conversation | June 16, 2009
  11. Obstacles aplenty for Nadal in Paris

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    Here are a few things to look out for as the week progresses at the French Open: A tired Nadal Rafael Nadal has never lost at the French Open, but this is his toughest draw to date. He could meet a struggling but experienced former No. 1 (Lle...

    Blog | May 27, 2009
  12. Obstacles aplenty for Rafael Nadal in Paris

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    Here are a few things to look out for as the week progresses at the French Open: A tired Nadal Rafael Nadal has never lost at the French Open, but this is his toughest draw to date. He could meet a struggling but experienced former No. 1 (Lleyton...

    Blog | Conversation | May 27, 2009
  13. How will the rest of the season shape up?

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    Will the first quarter of the tennis season in the books, it's time to look ahead to the rest of the year. Let us know what you think by answering these questions (my answers are below). 1. Rafael Nadal won the first major of the year and strengthe...

    Blog | Conversation | April 08, 2009
  14. Kim to the Rescue

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    It's been a rough couple of weeks for the WTA Tour. Maria Sharapova is recovering slowly from shoulder surgery and remains on the sideline. The Indian Wells tournament lacked buzz on the women's side, largely because the Williams sisters do not play ...

    Blog | Conversation | March 26, 2009
  15. Closed-door Davis Cup defies logic

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    It's been a political, and difficult, week in the world of tennis. First, the United Arab Emirates denied a visa to Shahar Peer, an Israeli who had hoped to play in Dubai this week. Then the UAE, which has no diplomatic relations with Israel, seemed ...

    Blog | Conversation | February 20, 2009
  16. Melbourne musings nearing Aussie eve

    Tom Perrotta, TENNIS.com

    Before I board the plane for the long, long trip to Melbourne, here are five things I'll be looking for Down Under. 1. A first-time winner. A woman who has never won the Australian Open will win it for the first time this year. That woman? Venus Wil...

    Blog | Conversation | January 14, 2009