From a drug suspension to US Open final four, Marin Cilic is having career tournament.
Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray booked their passage to the Australian Open semis. That means the big four will fight it out until the bitter end -- again.
Andy Roddick had hoped to reawaken his mojo of past success. Rafael Nadal had his own agenda.
Four years ago, it was Juan Martin del Potro who got the best out of Roger Federer. Even though the protagonists were the same, history wasn't about to repeat itself, Greg Garber writes.
Admit it, no matter how many times Novak Djokovic wins, we still doubt him on occasion. Enough already.
Playing the U.S. Open's men's final on a Monday will soon become a permanent arrangement, according to the USTA.
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.
Now the most prolific doubles team in history, can Mike and Bob Bryan put their record out of reach?
For those with your heads buried under the sand, we're here to tell you that Rafael Nadal and Justine Henin will stand tall on the clay.
Andre Agassi gave every last ounce he could muster in the final match of his career. In return, the crowd reciprocated, Greg Garber writes.
Roger Federer lost just four games en route to reaching his fourth straight Wimbledon final. Greg Garber writes the Swiss is marching toward history.
Last year he reached the semifinals of the French Open. This year, Roger Federer reached the final, but both times he came up short against the same opponent.