Maria Sharapova's latest dress, which made its debut in Australia, has a name that matches the ambition of her game: The Statement Slam.
Serena's loss opens up the Australian Open for the rest of the field. Sharapova? Wozniacki? Clijsters? Our columnists disagree on who will take advantage.
In the Pro's Questionnaire, rising tennis star and self-proclaimed fashionista Sloane Stephens talks about her grandma's cooking and her former life.
In the Pro's Questionnaire, WTA player Shahar Peer, currently ranked 24th, talks about being a perfectionist, being on time and the importance of her family.
On the eve of the U.S. Open, espnW caught up with WTA chairman and CEO Stacey Allaster as part of our ongoing Power Play series.
In the Pro's Questionnaire, Dominika Cibulkova, currently ranked 15th in the world, talks about the importance of health and her admiration for Lance Armstrong.
In the Pro's Questionnaire, WTA player Jarmila Gajdosova discusses her love of pizza, her desire to sing and her weakness for accessories.
In the Pro's Questionnaire, WTA player Nadia Petrova, ranked No. 27 in the world, talks about being a perfectionist, her love of pizza and her treasured French bulldog, Lulu.
The WTA player talks about her fear of fire, love of family, fruit and a German specialty in our latest Pro's Questionnaire.
If you went to college on a sports scholarship, you have Peachy Kellmeyer to thank. We caught up with the recent International Tennis Hall of Fame inductee.
In honor of the Fourth of July and its celebration of freedom, espnW takes a look at notable declarations of independence in the sports world.
From Wimbledon finals in London to the Women's World Cup in Germany to baseball and hoops in the States, here are the Games We're Watching this weekend.
The ladies' semifinals take Centre Court at Wimbledon today, while two Group A showdowns highlight the Women's World Cup. Here are the Games We're Watching.
What a weekend in store in the world of sports. We've got the College World Series, Wimbledon and the Women's World Cup from Germany. Here are the Games We're Watching.
Wimbledon exec Ian Ritchie is upset about all the grunting in women's tennis. But from Jimmy Connors to Monica Seles to Maria Sharapova, tennis has had sound effects for a long time.
This weekend is all about finals. Stanley Cup finals. NBA Finals. French Open finals. And the final weekend of the Women's College World Series. Hopefully you're not too busy studying for finals. Here are the Games We're Watching.