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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Alberta Brianti
Only a short time after reaching yet another tennis milestone, Roger Federer was stumped.
Only 22, just recently a Grand Slam champion and ranked No. 1 for the first time, Victoria Azarenka still is learning to think like a top player.
As the sun set over College Park on Saturday evening, 102nd-ranked Irina Falconi appeared poised to shake up the Citi Open. The last American remaining in the field had just cruised past 32nd-ranked Nadia Petrova to earn a 6-1 first-set victory, leaving her hulking Russian opponent muttering curses under her breath.
For some, being an American citizen is a birthright. For others, the American dream is many years in the making.
"It's kind of frustrating because you know that if you're not 100 percent physically, you can't really expect much from yourself out there," she said.