Federer’s Quest for Davis cup Title in 2012 foiled; U.S. win over Switzerland by 3-0.
U.S takes lead over Switzer land in the first round of Davis Cup 2012.
Day Three Featured stellar matches in both the Men’s and Women’s Draws, but Australian teen phenom Bernard Tomic stole the day.
Top seed Caroline Wozniacki returned to her stellar defensive game and rallied from the depths of defeat.
When a player with 16 Grand Slam trophies gets two favorable let cords in a tiebreaker, you know things are going bad.
In the gusty offshoots of Hurricane Earl, the strong and experienced players had their way with lesser competitors in the eight matches completed Saturday.
Top seed Rafa Nadal led a contingency of nine Spaniards into the round of thirty-two and replaced France as the country with the most survivors.
On a day when “predictable” ruled the courts, Frenchman Michael Llorda pulled off a dazzling upset but Scotsman Andy Murray still looks like the man to beat.
World number two, Roger Federer, looked every bit like the best hard court player in the world this week as he came back against an in-form Mardy Fish to claim the Cincinnati title.
Mardy Fish snatched victory from the jaws of defeat and will play long time nemesis Roger Federer for the title in Cincinnati.