Glancing at the big screen, goofy antics, rookie jitters and other histrionics played a role in Jelena Jankovic's U.S. Open loss to Serena Williams.
Evolving from an undisciplined, gaunt teenager to a bulked-up, mentally stalwart star, Andy Murray has every reason to feel good about his chances versus Roger Federer in the U.S. Open final Monday.
Exuding the same dominance we've become accustomed to, Roger Federer disposed of Novak Djokovic in four sets on Saturday at the U.S. Open. Now he merely awaits an opponent.
Serena Williams and Jelena Jankovic have a date in the U.S. Open final, not only to claim the championship but for the right to be called the world's No. 1 player.
Trying vehemently to get back to his apex, Roger Federer has responded with great focus and confidence at the U.S. Open.
Novak Djokovic won't have many allies when he limps, er, walks into a hostile Arthur Ashe Stadium on Thursday night versus a suddenly rejuvenated and confident Andy Roddick.
Despite playing fewer tournaments this season, Nikolay Davydenko was fatigued and had no answers for Gilles Muller.
Taking down Rafael Nadal was a tall order, but Sam Querrey was almost up to the task, writes Bonnie D. Ford.
Japanese teenager Kei Nishikori is making a name for himself at the U.S. Open at the right time, writes Bonnie D. Ford.
While a crestfallen summer certainly hurt Ana Ivanovic's chances, perhaps karma played a role in Lindsay Davenport's early dismissal. Bonnie D. Ford highlights the week that was at the U.S. Open.
Growing up, ice cream was Caroline Wozniacki's motivation to play tennis. On Sunday, she'll take her sweet, businesslike game into the fourth round of the U.S. Open in one of the biggest days of her career.
A continent away, Rafael Nadal's iconic stature is undeniable. But while his stardom has manifested in the U.S., the question remains: Is New York ready to embrace the Spanish matador?
From early teenage mystique to long-term success, the Williams sisters have circumvented the burnout and boredom that have become so prevalent on tour. And the siblings owe it all to their parents.
We can simply dub the 2008 tennis season as volatile and unpredictable. From the slumping Roger Federer, to the abrupt retirement of Justine Henin, expect nothing to make sense at the U.S. Open.