Tuesday July 15th, 2008

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Michael Chang
Michael Chang
Inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame over the weekend.
 
Rafael Nadal
The Williams Sisters, Federeder and Nadal
Just for a Wimbledon encore.
 
Fabrice Santoro
Fabrice Santoro
Tennis Magician wins the Campbell?s Hall of Fame event in Newport, beating wild card Prakash Armitraj (props to him too) in the final.
 
Alize Cornet
Eighteen-year-old French comer wins her first career title in Budapest.
 
Victor Hanescu
Victor Hanescu
Tall, talented (and oft-injured) Romanian wins his first title, beating Igor Andreev to win the Allianz Swiss Open in Gstaad.
 
Juan Martin del Potro
Juan Martin del Potro
Argentine teenager starts to salvage a disappointing year, by beating Richard Gasquet to win the Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart.
 
Tommy Robredo
Tommy Robredo
Spaniard takes the Catella Swedish Open title in Bastad beating Tommy Berdych in the final.
 
Sara Errani
Sara Errani
Twenty-one-year-old Italian wins her first WTA title in Palermo.
 
James Blake
James Blake
In New York last week to Launch Thomas Blake Sr. Memorial research Fund at Sloan-Kettering. Click here for more information.
 
Mardy Fish
Doubles Winners
Mardy Fish (left) and John Isner in Newport. Errani and Nura Llagostera Vives in Palmermo. The law firm of Kas and Kohlschreiber in Stuttgart. How Swede it is: Jonas Bjorkman and Robin Soderling in Bastad. Cornet and Husarova in Budapest.
 
ESPN
Bill Simmons
Good man, admitting the error in his ways.

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