Roger Federer withdrew from the ATP World Tour Finals, but the question must be asked: How much of this is Davis Cup related?
When Serena Williams is fit and focused, she can't be beat -- as we saw in a demolition of Simona Halep in the championship of the WTA Finals, giving the world No. 1 a three-peat at this prestigious event.
Down to his last point, Roger Federer started playing like the player we knew he was to completed a five-set comeback.
It's quite possible Petra Kvitova played some of the best championship-match tennis you'll ever see on the court, writes Greg Garber.
When the rains finally gave way, a mad scramble to finish the matches ensued, writes Greg Garber.
Sam Querrey played with some serious backbone over his two-day affair with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, but ultimately fell in five sets, writes Greg Garber.
Sam Querrey had a good night's sleep and then quickly finished off his rained-delayed match from Monday. That's getting it done.
Back in the day, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer owned the All England Club. Today, neither is a guarantee, writes Greg Garber.
The hoopla was almost nonexistent Saturday at Wimbledon, but that didn't stop the stars from sounding off, writes Greg Garber.
With another French Open behind us, Rafael Nadal is trending sky high as Paris seems to bring out his best, Greg Garber writes.
She doesn't seem to fit the part, but somehow Maria Sharapova has made herself into the best women's clay-court player in the world, Greg Garber writes.
Rafael Nadal encountered rare turbulence earlier this season, but, heading into the French Open final with Novak Djokovic, all is well in Rafa land again, Greg Garber writes.
As the sun set on Roland Garros, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal prevailed -- but not without some dramatics, writes Greg Garber.
Roger Federer used to win matches against guys like Ernests Gulbis routinely. Not anymore.
There are advantages to being tall, but as John Isner found out against Tomas Berdych, movement is paramount on the clay of Roland Garros, writes Greg Garber.
Donald Young dug in and fought hard for five sets, but in the end, he was the latest American casualty, writes Greg Garber.