Despite being a slight French Open favorite, Serena Williams is playing vulnerable tennis in 2014, writes Kamakshi Tandon.
It's a battle of heart and minds in the women's semifinals. And that pretty much sums it up.
For all the hoopla in the women's field, how silly do we feel for overlooking the defending champ and the women who reached the Aussie final?
Things are going swimmingly for Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic -- but how long will that last?
Maybe it's the heat or it could be the jetlag, but odd occurences abounded at this year's Australian Open -- including a trend that should give Novak Djokovic hope for future Grand Slam titles.
Is the new-year optimism a bit premature? For these 10 WTA stars, Melbourne presents an opportunity to set the tone for the rest of the season.
Hey, tennis junkies, how closely did you follow Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Justine Henin and all the names in the game in 2010? Take our holiday quiz and find out just how smart you are.
For some players, the serve-and-volley game spills from the court into the media room. ESPN.com salutes the tours' top talkers, zingers and passing shots of 2010.
For players such as Dinara Safina, the hype of yore ultimately dissolved into disappointment. Thus, the U.S. Open will reveal exactly where they stand.
So long, Serena. Your loss will be someone else's gain at the U.S. Open. But who will it be?
Teens are out, veterans are in and the mid-2000s are still here. Traditional career patterns no long seem to apply on the WTA tour.
Have you ever wondered how a former star can hit rock bottom? Here are the eight stages in the collapse of a WTA player.
Rafael Nadal rediscovered the sweet taste of Grand Slam glory, while Francesca Schiavone proved anything is possible. It was a French Open to remember.