By Jon Wertheim
September 24, 2007
Who Why They're Up
Andy Roddick
Top American goes undefeated in six sets of tennis against Sweden to lead the U.S. into the Davis Cup finals.
Full team effort helps defending Davis Cup champ rally to beat Germany and move to play U.S. in the finals.
Tim Henman
Wraps up a fine career with Davis Cup heroics.
Agnes Szavay
Hungarian continues her hot summer, upsetting Jelena Jankovic in the final to take the China Open, the second title of her career.
Dudi Sela
Little-known journeyman wins both singles matches -- over Nicolas Massu and Fernando Gonzalez -- to lead Israel to an upset over Chile.
Peng Shuai
Beats two former No. 1 players -- Martina Hingis and Amelie Mauresmo -- en route to reaching Beijing semis. Must be the coaching.
Maria Kirilenko
Russian beats Mariya Koryttseva to win Calcutta, India, title.
Just a terrific site for following the action worldwide.
Doubles winners
Chuang Chia-Jung and Hsieh Su-Wei in Beijing. Vania King and Alla Kudryavtsevsa in Calcutta.
Who All Tied Up?
Roger Federer
Wins both Davis Cup singles matches, but heroics falls short as Czech Republic beats the Swiss 3-2.
Jelena Jankovic
Wins rematch against Lindsay Davenport and reaches Beijing final, but inadvertently konks Davenport in the head with a ball -- this a week after she failed to shake the umpire's hand. What happened to the smiling Serb who charmed to crowds in New York? Take a week off, JJ.

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