In some ways, Martina Hingis is very much the player she was in the late 1990s. She's hell-bent on proving that.
OK, D'Arcy Maine will listen to Donovan McNabb's conspiracy theories, Kendrick Lamar's rapping, and maybe even James Harden's "singing." Just don't make her try DeAndre Levy's latest diet.
Comeback specialist and crowd favorite Sabine Lisicki faces aggressive, animated Marion Bartoli in a compelling, if unexpected, Wimbledon final matchup.
The Williams sisters seemed down and out, but 2012 proved to be a career year for Serena Williams. Her comeback was the biggest story of the year, but not the only one.
Wimbledon marked the coronation of Serena Williams' comeback. While she's arguably the sport's top player, her sister Venus' tennis future is uncertain.
From Victoria Azarenka's upset to Tiger Woods' comeback and Cal's elimination at the WCWS, our writers weigh in with their picks for the biggest surprise of the weekend past.
With her dominating performance in Madrid, Serena Williams is once again the center of the tennis universe. Her wins over the top two ranked players prove that when she is on, she is unbeatable.
It makes perfect sense Venus and Serena Williams would make their comebacks to tennis together, after months-long layoffs due injury and illness, on consecutive days at the Sony Ericsson Open.
News that the ugly U.S. Open final will be Serena Williams' last match of 2011 leaves Blair Henley feeling duped by a star who refuses to show contrition.
While Serena Williams, one of the best players of all time, is riding the wave of an incredible comeback, Sam Stosur's chances are slim.
Watch highlights of the world No. 1's 6-7 (6), 7-5, 6-1 victory over Svetlana Kuznetsova.
The former No. 1 has hired a new coach and is working with a fitness trainer in hopes of moving back up the rankings.
Dropping out of the rankings due to injuries in 2010, Sabine Lisicki has climbed back to No. 26 on the strength of a monster serve.
When he's not rolling over opponents at Wimbledon, Novak Djokovic likes to spend his time outdoors. He's even befriended a local squirrel.
Day Two of the French Open featured some expected wins and some unexpected collapses. Live from Paris, Sandra Harwitt reports the biggest stories on and off those famous red clay courts.