Tuesday May 20th, 2008

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Justine Henin
Justine Henin
We can dissect her retirement and speculate about a comeback later. For now, congratulations on an exceptional career and a gracefully candid (and candidly graceful) farewell.
 
Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
The King of Clay wins Hamburg, Germany, beating Novak Djokovic in the semis and Roger Federer in a three-set final.
 
Jelena Jankovic
Jelena Jankovic
Serb wins injury-addled Rome event -- perhaps making her the de facto favorite in the suddenly wide open Roland Garros field.
 
Tsveta Pironkova (left) and Alize Cornet
Two French Open dark horses emerge from the wreckage in Rome.
 
Michael Stich
Michael Stich
Takes first victory in BlackRock Tour of Champions.
 
Doubles winners
Doubles winners
Nestor and Zimonjic in Hamburg; Chang and Chuang in Rome.
 
Mike Kosta
Mike Kosta
Catch out everyone's favorite tennis-playing comedian this summer. Check out michaelkosta.com for tour dates.
 
French Open
French Open suicide pool
Everyone in.
 
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Tommy Robredo
Tommy Robredo
You'd think a Spanish veteran, playing a German in Germany, would have had the good sense to take the high road and concede a point he didn't rightfully win.
 
Ana Ivanovic
Ana Ivanovic
In what is either a bad omen or disguised blessing heading into Paris, top-seeded Serb loses in the early rounds of Hamburg to Pironkova.
 
Injury-mania
Injury-mania
Lately, tennis has had so many retirees, it could get its own gated community in Boca. Heard they're renaming the Rome event the "Quitalian Open."
 
Arizona State Athletic Department
Arizona State Athletic Department
You didn't really cut tennis, did you?

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