Tuesday February 12th, 2008

WhoWhy They're Up
Davis Cup winners
The U.S. takes (another) away tie on clay. Russia beats Serbia when Novak Djokovic gets dizzy. The Swedes come back to beat Israel. Spain, France and Argentina cruise. Philipp Kohlschreiber leads Germany past Korea. Check out the specifics here at Davis Cup online.
Anna Chakvetadze
Russian wins seventh career WTA title, taking Paris Indoor, beating Agnes Szavay in the final.
Agnieszka Radwanska
Fair Pole wins second title of her ascendant career, staving off a match point against Kill Craybas in the final of Pattaya City.
Bondarenko sisters
Doubles winners: Alona and Kateryna Bondarenko sisters, fresh from their Aussie Open title, take the Paris Indoor. Chan and Chuang prevail in Pattaya City.
Nick Bollettieri
Singlehandedly responsible for (seemingly) half the draw in this week's Delray event.
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Awarded next U.S. Davis Cup tie against France in April.
Georgia Tech women
The Ramblin' Wreckettes beat Northwestern 4-2 in Sunday's final at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Women's Team Indoor Championships at the University of Wisconsin's A.C. Nielsen Tennis Stadium.
Brook Buck
Notre Dame senior received the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Sportsmanship Award Saturday at the ITA National Women's Team Indoor Championships last weekend.
WhoAll tied up?
Jamie Murray
We all love candor. But calling out your own brother in the press? Couldn't you just give him a noogie?
WhoWhy They're Down
Davis Cup format
The ITF has honorary membership in the Flat Earth Society. You're ruining a gem of an event with hopelessly garbled logistics.

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