In a magnificent display of grueling shot-making, Novak Djokovic outlasted Roger Federer to win his second Wimbledon title, writes Greg Garber.
Novak Djokovic played like the No. 1 player in the world at Wimbledon, and fittingly, he will be the top dog again, writes Greg Garber.
Roger Federer has not accepted anything less than his best this fortnight, and it's showing, writes Greg Garber.
Youth has been served in these Championships, but someone forgot to tell Roger Federer, writes Greg Garber.
Stan Wawrinka is feeling good and playing even better, but he'll need all of that against his next opponent, Roger Federer, writes Greg Garber.
Sounds crazy, but a 19-year-old kid with one ATP-level win this year took out the No. 1 player in the land, Rafa Nadal, writes Greg Garber.
Compared to the other Big Four behemoths, Rafael Nadal is not having a seamless Wimbledon journey, writes Greg Garber.
Don't look now, but Grigor Dimitrov may very well be on his way of living up to his Baby Fed expectations, writes Greg Garber.
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.
If Roger Federer is going to win another major title, it's going to come at these Wimbledon championships.
With another French Open behind us, Rafael Nadal is trending sky high as Paris seems to bring out his best, Greg Garber writes.
Roger Federer used to win matches against guys like Ernests Gulbis routinely. Not anymore.
John Isner doesn't break serve very often, but he doesn't need to with his tiebreaker record, Greg Garber writes.
After a day of drama on the WTA Tour, the men's biggest names, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, cruised in Paris.