American Donald Young won the Boys' Junior Wimbledon title in what might turn out to be one of his final appearances on the junior circuit. Bonnie DeSimone explains.
Venus Williams was 20 when she first won Wimbledon. Seven years later on the back end of her career, Williams showed she can still be as dangerous as ever, writes Bonnie DeSimone.
Rafa and Roger will meet for the second straight year in the French Open final; however, while Federer battled for three hours on Friday, Nadal got better as his match went longer.
If ever there was a match that proved there's no need for on-court coaching, the Sony Ericsson final between Serena Williams and Justine Henin might have been it, writes Bonnie DeSimone.
The last time they met, Serena Williams pummeled Maria Sharapova in the Australian Open final. The two meet again, this time in the fourth round at the Sony Ericsson Open.
This will be the final year of Kim Clijsters' tennis career. The Belgian's farewell tour won't be drawn out, and that, Bonnie DeSimone writes, shouldn't necessarily be criticized.
Maria Sharapova did it all in 2006: she won, she wailed, she was pretty. But she was not ESPN.com's Player of the Year. Bonnie DeSimone recaps the season.
There were rumors Lindsay Davenport might retire after 2006. Now with news that she is pregnant, Davenport likely has played her final match, writes Bonnie DeSimone.
For American tennis, 2006 was considered a down year. Bonnie DeSimone looks ahead and explains why 2007 will be better for the United States.
James Blake trails only Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in titles in 2006. Bonnie DeSimone writes how Blake's latest win moved him one step closer to another goal.
Roger Federer was nearly flawless in his straight-sets U.S. Open semifinal win over Nikolay Davydenko. Bonnie DeSimone writes how the mental aspect of Federer's game has taken him to the top of the sport.
It will be style versus guile in the women's U.S. Open final. Bonnie DeSimone previews the final between two of the game's more enigmatic personalities.
Lindsay Davenport has lost six straight matches against Justine Henin-Hardenne. However, there's more to their quarterfinal match than a losing streak.
Roger Federer is the heavy favorite to three-peat at the U.S Open, while Martina Hingis is poised to make a deep run in this year's draw. Bonnie DeSimone breaks down the draw.
Roger Federer won his 11th Masters Series title at the Rogers Cup on Sunday. He's now six shy of record holder Andre Agassi, who has played his final Masters Series event.
Lindsay Davenport has withdrawn from Wimbledon. While her career might be nearing its conclusion, Bonnie DeSimone writes we should appreciate the Californian's quiet greatness.