Ana IvanovicFrench Open champ takes her third title of 2008, a much-needed triumph in Linz, beating Vera Zonareva in the final. After Roland Garros, Ivanovic had split her 14 matches, so this was a welcome success.
Roger FedererTo the delight of the home crowd, Federer wins the Basel event -- where he was once a ballboy -- beating his old nemesis David Nalbandian in the final.
Robin SoderlingTemperamental Swede ends a three-year title drought, taking the Lyon event, beating Andy Roddick in the quarters and Bennneteau in the finals.
Venus Williams and Vera ZvonarevaClaim final two spots for WTA year-end championships.
Andy MurrayAscending Brit wins still another fall title, this one a successful defense of the St. Petersburg Open. His surprise opponent in the final was Kazakhstani qualifier Andrey Golubev.
Doubles WinnersKatarina Srebotnik and Ai Sugiyama in Linz, beating top-seeeded Cara Black and Liezel Huber (pictured) in the final. Knowles and Bhupathi in Basel, marking Knowles' 50th career title. Michael Llodra and Andy Ram in Lyon. Portland's own Travis Parrott and Polasek in St. Pete.
Elena DementievaOlympic champ wins third title of 2008, outlasting Caroline Wozniacki 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (4) in the Fortis Championships in Luxembourg.
Jim CourierFour-time Grand Slam champ won his sixth career Outback Champions Series event -- and his third title in 2008 -- with a dramatic 3-6, 6-4, 10-8 (Champions Tie-Breaker) victory over Thomas Enqvist of Sweden Sunday in the final of the $150,000 Stanford Championships at the Turpin Tennis Center on the campus of Southern Methodist University.
Josselin OuannaAnother French prospect makes some noise in Lyon.
James BlakeLoses in Basel. But on the plus side, we hear he's discovered The Wire, the greatest show in the history of television.
Larry ScottThe "Roadmap" of the WTA CEO is a bold step forward. But the player griping is beginning already. Here's a plotline to follow in 2009.