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Latest Brian Baker Items
American Brian Baker's rapid climb in the rankings has earned him automatic entry into the U.S. Open.
The lofty expectations placed on British hope Andy Murray every year at Wimbledon ramped up several notches following Rafael Nadal's surprising exit.
No matter what happens in Week 2, this Wimbledon will be remembered.
Brian Baker's career can easily be explained with numbers: Five operations, six years away from tennis, a ranking of 458th at the start of this year.
Probably would have been hard to imagine back when Brian Baker reached the 2003 junior final at the French Open that it would take him nearly a decade to make it to the men's tournament.
Brian Baker gets asked quite a bit these days to run down the long list of operations his body needed during his 6 1/2 years away from the ATP tour.
Gael Monfils has withdrawn from the French Open because of a right knee injury.
Mitt Romney swiftly and firmly distanced himself Thursday from a group exploring plans to target President Barack Obama's relationship with a controversial former pastor. But the revival of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright as a campaign issue momentarily placed race at the center of the presidential contest and showcased the independent groups playing a new role this year with big-money TV ads.