Given her history in Miami, it came as little surprise that Serena Williams won the Sony Open -- for a seventh time.
Despite an ordinary season so far, world No. 1 Serena Williams owns the Sony Open, Greg Garber writes.
With Serena Williams again absent, which player will deliver in the desert?
So much went right for the newly minted Wimbledon champs, but not everyone left the grounds in a happy mood.
It was already one of the most grisly days in Grand Slam history -- and then Roger Federer lost.
Before the turmoil and anxiety, the players were out prepping for Wimbledon. And not surprisingly, the mood was rather jolly.
Even when she wins, it's pretty obvious clay isn't Victoria Azarenka's thing.
Who would have thought Gael Monfils would produce the biggest upset of the tournament thus far?
The top seeds are falling -- and no we're not talking hoops. Serena Williams almost joined this dubious club.
The saga of Caroline Wozniacki took its worst turn when she lost her U.S. Open first-rounder.
There are a handful of players who need a title, but none more so than Maria Sharapova.
Welcome to Miami. The power trio is back in business, but how they fare is anyone's guess.
Serena Williams has made a fine living coming out of the weeds. Look no further than her dominating Australian Open run thus far, if you need proof.
Serena Williams hits ball harder than anyone. Caroline Wozniacki found that out the hard way.
No one saw the women's implosion coming. But there are now many a possibility.
From passive play to boys to Slam futility, Caroline Wozniacki won't ever escape the scrutiny -- until she wins.