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Old 01-10-2013, 04:06 PM   #49
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Default Re: Isner withdraws from Australian Open.

Looking through my results. Americans have struggled since August of 2010, but until now have managed to have at least one player in every slam seeded in the top 10.

USO 2012 Isner (09)
WIM 2012 Fish (10)
FRO 2012 Isner (10)
AUO 2012 Fish (08)
USO 2011 Fish (08)
WIM 2011 Roddick (08)
FRO 2011 Fish (10)
AUO 2011 Roddick (08)
USO 2010 Roddick (09)
FRO 2008 Blake (07)
AUO 2002 Sampras (08)
AUO 1999 Agassi (05)
AUO 1992 Courier (02)
AUO 1991 Gilbert (07)!
FRO 1990 Agassi (02)
AUO 1990 McEnroe (04)
WIM 1990 McEnroe (04)
AUO 1989 McEnroe (07)
WIM 1989 McEnroe (05)
FRO 1989 Agassi (05)
FRO 1988 Mayotte (08)!
AUO 1988 PAUL ANNACONE (13)! That's the last time that there was no American ranked in the top 10 in a GS.
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