Serena Williams took steps toward building her reign, while rain derailed Roger Federer for a day.
Not all players could walk away from the game they love like Marion Bartoli.
Marion Bartoli dreamed about winning a Grand Slam for a long time. Her dream came true.
At age 35, Tommy Haas' run into the French Open quarterfinals has been the feel-good story at Roland Garros, just don't tell that to Mikhail Youzny, Greg Garber writes.
A gloomy day at the All England Club devolved into a dark day for Maria Sharapova.
The fans may have been a bit tardy, but the U.S. Open party is underway.
Mardy Fish feels bad that all the other American men are gone. He can take solace in the fact that he's not.
Ryan Sweeting is playing some smashing tennis. But, unfortunately, his luck is about to run out.
The French Open has a capacity to produce brand-new champs. But unlike many others, Li Na just might stick around at the top for a while.
Francesca Schiavone and Li Na aren't exactly kids anymore. But their youthful enthusiasm is a joy to watch.
There is not a lack of young, precocious players on the WTA Tour. And Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova is the best of the bunch -- as she proved against Vera Zvonareva.
Who knows what to expect anymore? Samantha Stosur's loss underscores the fragile state of the women's draw.
Francesca Schiavone engineered a season beyond her wildest dreams last year. And she insists there's more to come.
There are countless ways to crunch the numbers, but only one measures the best men's and women's seasons of 2010 using the gold standard: results in Grand Slam events.
It was a moment to behold and cherish: Francesca Schiavone blasted through the French Open field. And that was just the beginning of her storybook season.
Venus Williams packed seven dresses for the U.S. Open -- one for each round she wants to win. So far, so good with the first five.