They've clawed their way to titles all season long. Now the best of the best duke it out at the ATP World Tour Finals.
Serena Williams is the female player of the season. But that doesn't mean it'll be a walkover for the world No. 3 at the year-end championships in Istanbul, Ravi Ubha writes.
Now that the 2012 Grand Slam season is over, we can look back and realize that Serena Williams was tennis' most dominant figure, Ravi Ubha writes.
The top three guys, that's you, Federer, Djoker and Murray, now know their fate. Who has the trickiest path through the U.S. Open draw?
How much will this gold-medal match help Andy Murray as he tries to win the elusive Slam?
Lukas Rosol produced one of the great upsets in recent memory. And he's not done yet.
If Rafael Nadal won't tell you how good he's feeling about his game, Uncle Toni sure will.
Paul-Henri Mathieu has had his share of shortcomings. But against John Isner, he experienced the ultimate high.
Ivan Ljubicic wasn't a Grand Slam champion or a consistent titlist. But he had one heck of a journey during which he evolved into one of the game's foremost activists.
Maria Sharapova has plenty of firepower, but the lack of diversity in her game came back to haunt her.
What a drama-filled Down Under duel between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, eh? But where does it rank among the other major finals in the Open era?
Novak Djokovic has the mental edge on Rafael Nadal, and he'll need it.
It was an ugly performance from Serena Williams, and she let us know about it.
Seems like Ana Ivanovic has been on the mend forever. But, perhaps, this time she is ready to rediscover her Slam-winning ways.
Understandably, it's hard to look beyond the favorites in Australia. But there are a few Slam-less hopefuls who could (we reiterate, could) win that maiden major.
It was a memorable opening day in Melbourne -- but not necessarily for what happened on the court.