Nadal-less Spain holds Davis court
SpainWith Rafael Nadal out of action, Feliciano Lopez and Fernando Verdasco take advantage of the indoor surface, leading Spain to its second Davis Cup title in the last three years.
Andy RoddickNice personnel move, hiring Larry Stefanki as his coach. And his foundation offers you this.
Guillermo VilasRecipient of the Davis Cup presented by the Tennis Hall of Fame and the International Tennis Federation.
Jim CourierIncentivized to finish the year with a title, Courier beating Stefan Edberg to win the Dubai 2008 Outback Champions Series event.
Lisa HartThe Washington State University women's tennis coach has been named the national winner of the USTA/ITA Community Outreach Award and Bill Macom, the Director of Tennis, men's and women's tennis coach at Florida Institute of Technology is the national winner of the USTA/ITA Campus Recreation Award.
Carole GraebnerFormer Grand Slam doubles champion passes away at age 65.
Novak DjokovicSerb finished third in the rankings, just a few points behind Roger Federer. Or has he? As some of you suggested, how cool would it be if he entered a few Challengers and made a late points grab? I'm sure the good folks running the Tunica Challenger would be happy to extend a wild card.
ArgentinaCredit them for reaching the final round. But losing to a Spanish team that lacks Nadal? At home? Let the second-guessing begin.
Jimmy ConnorsThis is one of the odder stories of the week.