The third round is not yet over, but there's only one American left in the men's draw -- evidence that the wait for the next U.S. player to win the US Open will go into its second decade, Greg Garber writes.
Jack Sock channeled his inner Andy Roddick with a sweet showing Thursday.
The stars and stripes of men's tennis have not fared well in a decade. John Isner and Sam Querrey hope to change that.
If you're one of those who relish the tennis classics on TV during US Open rain delays, get your fix now. Because the roof is coming.
James Blake rested his white baseball hat on the table at the front of the U.S. Open's main interview room, smiled, and began speaking Monday about his impending retirement from tennis.
James Blake's retirement virtually ends a generation of American players.
No one is hotter than Rafael Nadal this summer, but an old friend could cool him down at the US Open.
In ESPN The Magazine's College Football Preview issue, Sam Alipour reports on German tennis pro Andrea Petkovic's social media presence.
There's speculation that Roger Federer could replicate Pete Sampras' 2002 US Open run, but their situations aren't as similar as they seem.
The key to the Andy Murray-Ivan Lendl relationship, you ask? Trust.
John Isner to face Rafael Nadal for men's title while Serena Williams will square off against Victoria Azarenka in Cincinnati.
Next week, for the first time in 40 years of ATP rankings, there will be no American men in the top 20.
This is the time of year that's generally been kindest to 6-foot-9 John Isner and his big serve.
The two greatest players, Pete Sampras and Roger Federer, clashing on their beloved Wimbledon grass. Who would win?
There's something special about Atlanta for John Isner, and the 6-foot-10 former University of Georgia star is something special in tiebreakers.
Maria Sharapova has hired Jimmy Connors as her new coach.