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  1. Still a disconnect between U.S. Open, ATP

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    It all seemed to be going to so well for the U.S. Open, at least for a minute or two. The tournament has been heavily criticized by players and media in recent years on at least two fronts: (1) for not having a roof in place, even as rain has forced...

    Blog | December 20, 2012
  2. Win or lose, Djoker's swagger is back

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    Can Djokovic avoid the curse of Indian Wells? There can be no greater advertisement for the futility of making long-term predictions in tennis than the case of Novak Djokovic. At the start of last year's U.S. Open, nearly three years after his ...

    Blog | March 09, 2011
  3. What's next for Novak Djokovic?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    It's Rafael Nadal's world at the moment, and rightfully so: At the U.S. Open, Nadal became the first man since Rod Laver to win three consecutive Grand Slams on three very different surfaces. Still, it was hardly a surprise that the No. 1 p...

    Blog | September 15, 2010
  4. Tennis: What's next for Novak Djokovic?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    Rafael Nadal's U.S. Open win was not a surprise. What's intriguing for the immediate future of the men's game was the performance of Novak Djokovic.

    Blog | Conversation | September 15, 2010
  5. Rafa still a work in progress at U.S. Open

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    The courts of Flushing Meadows aren't ideal for Rafael Nadal, and based on early results, it will take a one-of-a-kind effort for him to win this tournament. Was there something a little different about Nadal in his first-round match at the Ope...

    Blog | September 03, 2010
  6. Rafael Nadal still a work in progress at U.S. Open

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    The courts of Flushing Meadows aren't ideal for Rafael Nadal, and based on early results, it will take a one-of-a-kind effort for him to win this tournament.

    Blog | Conversation | September 03, 2010
  7. Roger Federer's hunt for vindication

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    How should we assess the state of Roger Federer's game as he prepares for the U.S. Open? Even more than his beloved Wimbledon, this tournament has been his rock, his island of success when all else seemed to be falling apart. In 2008, he careene...

    Blog | August 18, 2010
  8. Roger Federer's hunt for vindication

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    No matter how many stumbles along the way, Roger Federer has typically left the U.S. Open in Slam-smashing form. Will that be the case again?

    Blog | Conversation | August 18, 2010
  9. Is Cilic the new del Potro?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    "They are young and playing well. It's not only because they are tall." Those were the unmistakably blunt words of Rafael Nadal after his loss in the semifinals last week in Beijing. The Spaniard was assessing the current form of U.S. Open cham...

    Blog | October 14, 2009
  10. Is Cilic the new del Potro?

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    Tennis isn't getting taller, it's getting wider. Just ask Marin Cilic and Juan Martin del Potro.

    Blog | Conversation | October 14, 2009
  11. Thumbs up to the Novak show

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    It's clearer than ever that the Australian Open wants nothing more than to turn itself into the U.S. Open. First, there was the move from a private, grass-court club to a hard-court facility in a public park in 1988. Then there was the switch to blue...

    Blog | Conversation | January 16, 2008
  12. A throwback worth watching

    Stephen Tignor, TENNIS.com

    NEW YORK -- The bottom half of the women's draw at this year's U.S. Open has been the most maligned in recent Grand Slam memory. And with good reason: There was just one marquee name among its 64 players, Maria Sharapova, and one other player you cou...

    Blog | Conversation | September 06, 2007