A college stalwart, Steve Johnson is starting to figure out what it takes to win on the ATP Tour, writes Greg Garber.
Roger Federer dusted himself off and firmly planted his feet after a precarious first half of the season. And we can thank his new attacking mindset for the turnaround. Will it pay off in London?
With various points of contention between the players and the ATP Tour's management, the tenure of its leader Etienne de Villiers is threatened and the organization's future is open to suggestion, Greg Garber writes.
Two weeks ago, Donald Young was winless on the ATP Tour. Now, he's one win from reaching the second week at the U.S. Open. The ascent so many predicted for him has finally begun, writes Greg Garber.
Ivo Karlovic has such reach at 6-foot-10 that his serve is like no other on the ATP Tour.
Austrian whippersnapper Dominic Thiem showed why he could be tennis' future.
Ernests Gulbis has dedicated himself to being a professional, sailed up the rankings and is having fun doing it, writes Greg Garber.
Professional tennis is hell on the human body, but we sure didn't see a double withdrawal coming at the Sony Open, writes Greg Garber.
Rafael Nadal found a way to get past Milos Raonic in Miami, but it was anything but relaxing.
A vast edge in experience didn't help Roger Federer against a game Kei Nishikori at the Sony Open, writes Greg Garber.
It's too early to make any absolutes, but Stan Wawrinka looks like he could be the leader of a new landscape in men's tennis.
Marin Cilic never quite seemed to play to the sum of his parts, but after a controversial suspension, he's now on fire.
The top seed in Memphis, Kei Nishikori is once again start starting to find his groove.
It's only fitting that Novak Djokovic capped a spectacular two months with the year-end championship.
Four years ago, it was Juan Martin del Potro who got the best out of Roger Federer. Even though the protagonists were the same, history wasn't about to repeat itself, Greg Garber writes.
Rafael Nadal could have mailed it in Friday, but he didn't. No one was happier than Stanislas Wawrinka.