Greg Garber joined ESPN in 1991 and provides reports for NFL Countdown and SportsCenter. He is also a regular contributor to Outside the Lines and a senior writer for ESPN.com.
A college stalwart, Steve Johnson is starting to figure out what it takes to win on the ATP Tour, writes Greg Garber.
Rafael Nadal has mastered the dirt season for close to a decade, but it's his main rival, Novak Djokovic, who heads into Monte Carlo en fuego, writes Greg Garber.
Despite hiccup in Charleston, world No. 1 Serena Williams is hoping to cruise through the clay season again, writes Greg Garber.
Given her history in Miami, it came as little surprise that Serena Williams won the Sony Open -- for a seventh time.
Novak Djokovic is hoping to parlay his spring sweep at Indian Wells and Miami into a maiden French Open crown.
Forty times they've played. But Novak Djokovic's 6-3, 6-3 win over Rafael Nadal was perhaps the most complete victory by either man in this series, writes Greg Garber.
Serena Williams stumbled early, but, predictably, she stormed back to beat Li Na and collect her record seventh Sony Open title.
Professional tennis is hell on the human body, but we sure didn't see a double withdrawal coming at the Sony Open, writes Greg Garber.
Rafael Nadal found a way to get past Milos Raonic in Miami, but it was anything but relaxing.
Serena Williams started slowly in the Sony semis, but she beat down Maria Sharapova for the 15th straight time, writes Greg Garber.
Join Greg Garber, Howard Bryant and Prim Siripipat on the latest from the Sony Open, starting at 1 p.m. ET.
A vast edge in experience didn't help Roger Federer against a game Kei Nishikori at the Sony Open, writes Greg Garber.
If you like big, booming serves, the Agnieszka Radwanska-Dominka Cibulkova match was not for you, but it was entertaining, writes Greg Garber.
Novak Djokovic took down his old pal Andy Murray, but it didn't come without a slice of controversy.
Despite a fruitful tenure, former coach Ivan Lendl just couldn't keep up responsibilities as coach of Andy Murray.
Chalk it up to his new stick, health or just the fact that he's a perennial winner, but Roger Federer is back.