2007 TENNIS U.S.OPEN
Donald Young hits a serve in the first set of his match against Chris Guccione at the U.S. Open in New York City on August 27, 2007. (UPI Photo/John Angelillo) .
Jack Sock continued his unlikely run Thursday with a straight-sets victory that put him in the quarterfinals of the U.S. National Indoor Championships.
Second-seeded American John Isner reached the quarterfinals of the SAP Open Wednesday with a three-set win over Canadian Vasek Pospisil.
Top-seeded Juan Martin del Potro needed a pair of tiebreakers Wednesday to gut out a second-round victory at the Erste Bank Open in Vienna.
Second-seeded Richard Gasquet rallied from the brink of elimination and pulled off a second-round win Thursday at the Thailand Open.
Fifth-seeded Fernando Verdasco stormed back from a first-set loss and claimed a first-round win Tuesday at the Thailand Open tennis tournament.
American Andy Roddick and David Goffin of Belgium advanced to the third round of the Winston-Salem Open with victories Monday.
American Michael Russell ousted No. 7 seed Donald Young and sixth-seeded Ryan Harrison advanced Monday at the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships.
Olympic veterans Andy Roddick and Serena and Venus Williams have been chosen for the U.S. team to compete in tennis at the Summer Games in London.
Seeded players Donald Young and Fabio Fognini were beaten Monday in first-round action at the Grand Prix Hassan II tennis tournament in Morocco.
Top-seeded John Isner and No. 3 seed Radek Stepanek advanced to the quarterfinals Thursday at the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships.