Meet the women with the fastest fingers in the world. We're talking about the tennis stenographers, of course, and boy do they have a tough job.
Who says the world is fair? It made for a long week hearing about Jerry Jones' youthful brain, Johnny Football's "punishment" and Lindsey Vonn's awesome life. Like Francesca Schiavone, we need a hug.
Playing golf professionally wasn't always on the mind of Stacy Lewis. Making the transition from amateur to pro opened the eyes of the world's former No. 1 golfer.
If not for women's golf, the U.S. Open wouldn't be settling in at Merion Golf Course this week.
Debate about whether women deserve equal pay at Grand Slam tournaments continues. But is it really about how many sets they play or good tennis?
Despite not playing competitive golf for six years, Casey Martin looked like he belonged at Olympic the past two days.
The high school senior-to-be started his summer vacation by winning over the Olympic Club crowd and setting a course for his future.
Michael Allen has been a member of the Olympic Club since he was 14 years old. As a young pro back in 1987, he geared his entire career path toward qualifying to play the U.S. Open on this golf course. Now he is realizing his dream.
There are no style points in tennis. But the sport's individual, theatrical nature encourages players to express themselves on court through fashion.
She says the criticism of her game doesn't bother her. And Caroline Wozniacki is fighting like a player who feels comfortable at No.1.
At only 17, African-American golfer Mariah Stackhouse is already on the road to dominance.
You're 22, so a come-down at some point is inevitable. How far is up to you.
Rory McIlroy scored a stunning win at the U.S. Open and Marlins manager Edwin Rodriguez unexpectedly resigned. Here's what else you missed this weekend.
Father's Day is suddenly sweet for the Tobiason family: Michael Jr. qualified for the U.S. Open, as his late father knew he could.
PGA players are more stylish than you might think. Two fashion mavens present a guide to the sartorial splendor (and occasional misfire) on the links.
Bubba Watson and his laid-back approach seem to be the exception. For others, golf is a game of grit and survival -- and never more so than in a U.S. Open.