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Topic - Philipp Petzschner
This U.S. Open finally got its first shocker.
Andy Roddick is hoping to turn around his dismal start to the season at the Delray Beach International Tennis Championships.
Defending champion Andy Roddick was upset by Xavier Malisse, 7-6 (8), 7-5, in an opening-round match Wednesday night in the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships.
After surrendering her opening service game with a double-fault, Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova won 12 consecutive games in a 6-2, 6-0 win Tuesday over Russia's Vera Dushevina to move into the second round of the Australian Open.
Donald Young's 22nd birthday was a little more than a week ago, and his tennis career has not taken off the way he _ and plenty of others _ figured it would when he turned pro as a teen in 2004.
The Legg Mason Tennis Classic's status as a U.S. Open tuneup - a hard-court showcase on the East Coast a few weeks before the national championship tournament - attracts some of the world's best players to the District.
The International Tennis Federation says Croatia's Ivo Karlovic set a world record with a 156 mph serve Saturday during a Davis Cup doubles match against Germany.