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  1. Busta's barnstorming paid off in 2013

    Peter Bodo

    The reports that top-ranked Rafael Nadal made some $10 million for a comfortable week of exhibition work in South America recently makes you wonder how much the Spaniard with the most wins on the tour in 2013 might have pulled down for the same amoun...

    Blog | December 06, 2013
  2. John Isner on playing tennis: "It's really clicked for me now"

    Peter Bodo

    With a critical four-set win over Roger Federer in Davis Cup play last weekend, John Isner looks like he's had a break-through moment.

    Blog | Conversation | February 17, 2012
  3. Numbers confirm Djokovic is the best

    Peter Bodo

    The other day, offseason boredom (yes, it sets in that quickly) compelled me to screw around with some of the numbers churned out by the ATP's Ricoh Match Facts. To wit, I was curious to see if the top 10 men would finish in roughly the same ord...

    Blog | December 11, 2011
  4. Jim Courier conquers Davis Cup challenge

    Peter Bodo

    On paper, it was a yawner. The U.S. beat beat Chile 4-1 in a first-round Davis Cup World Group tie in Santiago. The Chileans didn't even have the use of their heavy cannon, as former Grand Slam finalist and top-10 performer Fernando Gonzalez is ...

    Blog | March 07, 2011
  5. Nadal hungry to master Monte Carlo

    Peter Bodo

    The Roland Garros Series, aka the European clay-court circuit, begins in earnest Monday in Monte Carlo, and this year it's as noteworthy for who is absent as for who is playing. Five of the ATP's top 10 are skipping the event (either by cho...

    Blog | April 12, 2010