U.S. players in the red on clay

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It has taken the top U.S. men more than a month to join the European clay-court season, alighting in Rome this week for the homestretch of the road to the French Open, where American hopes of performing well ... Read more
Carlos Moya

Gilbert, AZ

#1 May 14, 2006
Welcome to Hamburg James, now go home.
Roddick fan forever

UK

#2 May 26, 2006
aawwhhhh bless! I think the Americans have improved! Andy Roddick is getting further in the tournaments(it's ashame he is injured at the mo) & Blake is doing well! They are just not used to playing on clay that well as they were not brought up on it! The Bryan brothers are very good on clay! Just give them a chance :)

You could say that with other players not doing so well on other surfaces. Nadal & Safin are not brilliant on grass and Monfils & Gaudio aren't too good on hard but they will improve :)
nevine

Brockway, PA

#3 Sep 16, 2006
game is game good game is a good game fair enough

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