|Who||Why They're Up|
Lindsay DavenportMom wins 55th title of her career, taking the crown at the Regions Morgan Keegan tournament in Memphis.
Elena DementievaWins the booty at the Dubai Championships, taking out Svetlana Kuznetsova in still another all-Russian final. Is there a player more prone to following up bad losses with good wins and vice versa?
Steve DarcisLittle-known Belgian scores second-career title, beating Robin Söderling (a finalist for the second consecutive week) and wins upset-mottled Memphis.
Nicolás AlmagroDetermined Spaniard triumphs in Abierto Mexicano Telcel in Acapulco, beating David Nalbandian in the final.
Flavia PennettaItalian vet beats France's Alizé Cornet (a potential future star) to win the Acapulco ladies' event.
Sergiy StakhovskyLucky loser indeed. Ukranian falls in Zagreb, Croatia, qualifying and then returns to win the title, beating Ivan Ljubicic in the final.
Kim ClijstersFormer No. 1 and her husband, American basketball player Brian Lynch, are the proud parents of a baby girl, Jada.
Doubles winnersCara Black and Liezel Huber in Dubai. Paul Hanley and Jordan (Don't call me Mark) Kerr in Zagreb. Mahesh Bhupathi and Mark Knowles in Memphis. Olivier Marach and Michal Mertinak; Nuria Llagostera Vives and María José Martínez Sánchez in Acapulco. Davenport and Lisa Raymond in Memphis.
Francesca SchiavoneScores biggest win of her career, beating No. 1 Justine Henin in Dubai.
Mark MilesFormer ATP chief is helping Indianapolis land the Super Bowl in 2012. He eagerly awaits approval from the ITF.
|Who||All tied up?|
Amélie MauresmoLoses in semis of Dubai to Kuznetsova but nice to see former No. 1 win a few matches.
Donald YoungPuts together some nice wins in Memphis. But then squanders a match point in quarterfinal loss to Jonas Bjorkman.
|Who||Why They're Down|
Federico LuzziItalian faces sanctions for gambling on more than 800 ATP matches.
Justine HeninWorld No. 1 loses a pair of breakers in Dubai, falling to Schiavone.
Venus WilliamsTop seed and defending champ in Memphis loses opening round to the always-dangerous Petra Kvitova. Go figure.