Hurricane on many players' minds
NEW YORK -- Sebastien Grosjean, his white hat backward with the visor turned up in trademark fashion, stared at the net that had betrayed him. The Frenchman grimaced and walked slowly to the changeover chair.
His second serve had hit the net cord and fallen back for a double-fault, giving Tommy Haas a critical break of serve and, eventually, the second set -- on another net cord. Ultimately, Grosjean lost Friday's second-round match here at the U.S. Open 6-4, 6-4, 1-6, 6-1.