Roddick's Madrid bid ended by qualifier Cipolla

Updated: 2011-05-03 10:18


Twitter Facebook Myspace Yahoo! Linkedin Mixx

Roddick's Madrid bid ended by qualifier Cipolla
Andy Roddick of the US returns the ball to Flavio Cipolla of Italy during their Madrid Open tennis match May 2, 2011. Former world number one Roddick was dumped out in the first round of the Madrid Open on Monday, upset 6-4 6-7 6-3 by qualifier Flavio Cipolla. The American 12th seed, who lost to Roger Federer in the quarter-finals two years ago on his most recent appearance at the clay event, had his serve broken four times by the Italian ranked 148 places below him at number 160. [Photo/Agencies]

   Previous Page 1 2 3 4 5 Next Page  


Sino-US Dialogue

China and the US hold the third round of the Strategic and Economic Dialogue from May 9-10 in Washington.

New wave

Coastal city banks on marine sector to ride next stage of economic development

V-Day parade

A military parade marking the 66th anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazi.

iPad 2 frenzy hits China
US-style sports camp
Keeping modern dance on its toes