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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - David Nalbandian
Nadal thrust his arms into the air and pumped his fist after a long ball by David Nalbandian made him the champion of the indoor clay-court tournament for the second time. The Spaniard also won the event in 2005.
"Lucky loser" Florent Serra will face 2009 U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro in the tournament's first round after David Nalbandian withdrew.
David Nalbandian pulled out of the U.S. Open because of an injury on Tuesday, a day before he was scheduled to play 2009 champion Juan Martin del Potro in an all-Argentine matchup in the first round of singles.
There was no bloodshed this time, no temper tantrum and no forfeit for David Nalbandian.
Police are investigating an assault complaint filed against David Nalbandian after the Argentine tennis player kicked an advertising board and injured a line judge during the Queen's Club final.
David Nalbandian was fined the maximum $12,560 and placed under police investigation for assault after kicking an advertising board and injuring a line judge during the Queen's Club final.
Donald Young wouldn't call it a setback, but his glum face and petulant reaction to his Australian Open exit told a different story.
Rafael Nadal didn't drop a set and Roger Federer didn't pick up a racket. Both reached the third round of the Australian Open on Wednesday along with several of the top women.
Argentina decided to hold back David Nalbandian, choosing Juan Monaco against Rafael Nadal in the opening singles of the Davis Cup final.
Argentina is already putting the pressure on Spain, calling the defending champions the favorites on home soil in the Davis Cup final.
Top-seeded Gael Monfils defeated Milos Raonic 6-7 (6), 6-4, 6-3 Saturday to set up a Stockholm final against Jarkko Nieminen.
Even if it turns out to be nothing, which Rafael Nadal insists was the case, the frightening scene in his post-match interview Sunday will go down as memorable.
Rafael Nadal was back on his feet after a scary moment during his news conference about two hours after his third-round victory at the U.S. Open on Sunday, when he was overcome by pain from cramping in his right hamstring and thigh.
With an overpowering serve and aggressive play Tuesday night, James Blake dispatched defending champion David Nalbandian 6-2, 6-4 and put the rest of the Legg Mason Tennis Classic field on notice that he's not fading away.
Much of James Blake’s postmatch news conference Monday night was dedicated to Donald Young, the 22-year-old American whose development Blake has aided. But Tuesday night after yet another victory, the spotlight belonged to the 31-year-old veteran, who isn’t ready to step off the stage.
Nalbandian, former Wimbledon finalist, has announced his retirement from professional tennis due to injuries.
He made the final of the VTR Open earlier this month in Chile before losing to Argentine Horacio Zeballos and a week later beat David Nalbandian to claim the Brazil Open title.