Open season rolls on
|Who||Why They're Up|
Dmitry TursunovSacramento, Calif.-residing Russian wins Indianapolis event, the second title of his career.
Anna ChakvetadzeTalented Russian wins Bank of the West Classic in Stanford, Calif., beating Sania Mirza in the final.
Carlos MoyaSpanish veteran wins Croatian Open for the fifth time.
Frank DancevicThe week before the Masters Series hits Montreal, Canadian scores a breakthrough, upsetting Andy Roddick en route to reaching Indianapolis final.
Lilia OsterlohFormer Stanford star returns to the Farm and beats Wimbledon finalist Marion Bartoli in her run to the quarterfinals.
Agnes SzavayNever mind her results. She's the WTA's answer to Tursunov in the blogging department.
Juan Monaco"The Principality" wins the Austrian Open in Kitzbühel, beating Potito Starace in the final.
Francesca SchiavoneItalienne wins the Bad Gastein, Austria, Tier III, beating Yvonne Meusburger in the final to take her first career title.
Sacramento CapitalsCapture their sixth World TeamTennis championship with 24-20 win over the New York Buzz.
Doubles champsJuan del Potro and Portland, Ore.'s Travic Parrott in Indy. Dlouhy and Mertinak in Croatia. Hradecka and Varacova in Austria. Horna and Starace in Kitzbühel.
Sony Ericsson WTA TourRaised $70,000 to benefit Sandra and Daniela Klemenschits -- Austrian twin sisters diagnosed with a rare form of abdominal cancer -- through an online auction featuring autographed items by Justine Henin, Amelie Mauresmo, Steffi Graf, Martina Hingis, Maria Sharapova, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.
|Who||Why They're Down|
James BlakeStill another disappointing result, this time falling in the Indianapolis quarters to Sam Querrey.
WTA pulloutsAgain, the women's tour is doing little to help the U.S. Open Series. Serena Williams (pictured) and Ana Ivanovic are the latest withdrawals from San Diego.
Andy RoddickTop seed in Indy upset by Dancevic in the semis.
Tommy RobredoAnother event, another early loss, this time to Monaco in the Kitzbühel quarters.