The concept of former stars becoming super-coaches to today's big names is going strong, and there are plenty of pairings Kamkashi Tandon would like to see.
The Australian Open featured plenty of great action and gave us 10 questions to ponder for the remainder of the season, Kamakshi Tandon writes.
The big names are gone, but the variety in the Australian Open women's semifinals creates plenty of intrigue, writes Kamakshi Tandon.
The name of the game is the serve. It comes as no surprise that the best players in the game execute this shot better than anyone else.
So much for new faces. This year's WTA championships looks a lot like last year's.
With the season quickly winding down, Roger Federer, Angelique Kerber are among those fighting to make the year-end championships.
The coming weeks will show us whether we have a new order in women's tennis.
The rise of players with Polish roots is nothing new. We're just finally paying attention.
Dealing with clay is the only way. The top players don't like the dirt, but that doesn't mean they don't win on it.
The tennis season always seems to revolve around Serena Williams, but is she the biggest gainer through the season's first quarter?
She's not as imposing or visible as the top three women, but Agnieszka Radwanska has a winning style all her own.
From au natural to all made up, makeup is a point of contention when it comes to tennis' major stars. Does it have a place on the court?
On paper, the Serena Williams-Agnieszka Radwanska final looks like a mismatch. But not so fast.
Maria Sharapova won the French Open, and that's her least favorite surface. So a Wimbledon win is a no-brainer, right?
There are some things in life that require little explanation. Yes, Rafael Nadal leads our latest clay rankings.
So much for the chipper times on the WTA Tour. The top three girls, well, they don't like each other very much.