Now that the 2012 Grand Slam season is over, we can look back and realize that Serena Williams was tennis' most dominant figure, Ravi Ubha writes.
Andy Murray was all giddy with his new gold in London. Serena Williams walloped the field. And then there was Novak Djokovic, who looked anything but dominant.
Serena Williams breezed through the latter stages of Madrid, but does she have enough stamina to duplicate that performance in Rome?
Despite a No. 1 ranking, Victoria Azarenka will have a tough time winning the Madrid Open. Heck, she might not survive her quarter of the draw.
From an aching body to underwhelming performances to player-council contention, Rafael Nadal needs a break. And what do you know: The clay season is here.
You couldn't help but notice the look of angst on Rafael Nadal's face during the Indian Wells-Miami swing. But it could have been a lot worse.
Clearly, Victoria Azarenka rules the 2012 tennis season, but watch out for a couple of returning starlets.
Maria Sharapova has plenty of firepower, but the lack of diversity in her game came back to haunt her.
The heroics of Novak Djokovic left us with many indelible memories. But there were some miserable Melbourne moments we can't soon forget.
Stop us if you've heard this story before: John Isner needs OT for the win. Yes, it happened once again.
The 2012 season has barely kicked off, yet we've had a season's worth of drama on the WTA Tour. Who will get her act together?
Caroline Wozniacki finally met her match (so to speak). The world No. 1 and golfer Rory McIlroy rose to the top of the sporting sphere's glamour couples.
They've fought all season long. Now, the WTA's best take their final act to the year-end championships.
What can possibly thwart Serena Williams' path to U.S. Open glory? Perhaps only a really, really bad day at the office.
Nothing went according to script in Canada -- except for Mr. Reliable, Novak Djokovic. But there's no time to revel in another title.
Welcome back to action, Novak Djokovic and Caroline Wozniacki. But beware: Your Canada challenges are anything but seamless.