It’s a Grand Slam, so it’s time for these two to meet again.
The last time they met was in France back in June, and Robin Soderling stunned the sports world and ended the streak that John McEnroe has–repeatedly–said is more impressive than Joe DiMaggio’s 56 game hitting streak: Federer’s 23 consecutive semifinal appearance at Read More
We are shielding our eyes from the “embarrassing” (CBS’ word, not ours) blowout that Kateryna Bondarenko is currently executing against Gisela Dulko…on Arthur Ashe, no less. (It’s 6-0, 5-0 as we write this.) (UPDATE: 6-0, 6-0. Yikes.)
That means that Melanie Oudin will get an early start–she’s the next match up on Ashe. Certainly Nadia Read More
It was an incredible day of tennis on the first Saturday of this U.S. Open. The biggest stories, of course, were John Isner and Melanie Oudin, but it was a day full of excellent matches, Novak Djokovic’s hardfought win over Jesse Witten among them. There was so much great play that by Read More
Well, CBS is sitting awfully pretty. Its coverage begins today and the network has what is far and away the best day of matches in the tournament so far. So much to watch:
Roger Federer v. Lleyton Hewitt; Ashe, 11 a.m.:
Now, this really shouldn’t be much of a match, but you know, it’s two Read More