OK, I know Andy and James are and have been staples of the US Davis Cup team for the last couple years and they make a great team. But Im being realistic Roddick is pretty bad and Blake is absolutely horrid on the red stuff. Is it really in the best interest of the team that they are the two singles players because I give Andy about a 5% chance against Nadal on clay, and maybe about 15-20% against whoever else he would play. I give Blake almost a 0% percent chance against any Spaniard he would play on clay. So.......Is is reasonable to say that if Domald Young keeps progressing, as slow as it may be and maybe reaches somewhere around the top 50 maybe, just maybe he should get the call. I don't really know about his clay court game be I think his style is much better adapted to clay, the solid, consistent strokes off both wings, even if they are girly and the better than average foot speed and defense. Roddick I would say has earned his Davis Cup stripes more than Blake and I think is also a slightly better player on clay and just in general, so I think that if all goes as anticipated Young, Roddick, and the Bryans is the team that gives the US the best chance to make the Davis Cup final. I know would be quite a bold move for PMac and the US would still be huge underdogs but its going to take something because I see know way in all heck that Roddick and Blake could beat the Spanish team on clay in Spain.