Despite a fruitful tenure, former coach Ivan Lendl just couldn't keep up responsibilities as coach of Andy Murray.
Even if 30 is the new 20, no one predicted Tommy Haas stunning world No. 1 Novak Djokovic at the Sony Open.
Andy Murray is right on the verge of a breakthrough -- if only he could correct two small things.
Novak Djokovic (44 minutes) breezed and Rafael Nadal (2:49) did not. But the end result was the same.
Who of the esteemed big four will falter first? We chronicle their every move through the U.S. Open.
Test your tennis acuity, do the math and hope the pieces fall in place. Predict the men's and women's quarterfinalists -- and beyond -- at the U.S. Open and you might be a winner.
All right, tennis junkies, let's test your IQ. How many match wins do you think the 14 active Grand Slam champions will have at Wimbledon this year?
Roger Federer has carved out a nice little career for himself, hasn't he? Here's a snapshot from the hungry teenager of yesteryore to today's champion nonpareil.
The obvious consensus is that the French title is Rafael Nadal's to lose. However, it's clear Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic won't be afraid to battle the Spaniard, if and when the time comes.
All you need to know about Martina Navratilova is her record 354 singles, doubles and mixed titles -- a number that's simply untouchable. It's the most complete tennis career in history.
Martina Navratilova, who has always followed her heart and had the ability and the fortitude to back it up, will be enshrined in the International Tennis Hall of Fame on Saturday, writes ESPN.com's Greg Garber.
The stars seem to be aligned for Pete Sampras as he seeks his seventh Wimbledon title, writes ESPN.com's Greg Garber.
Americans have landed on the moon and harnessed the atom. So why can't they win on the red clay at the French Open? ESPN.com's Greg Garber gives us the answer.