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.
Are today's rivalries soft? Are the players more interested in the size of their bank accounts? Jimmy Connors thinks so.
Martina Navratilova was fearless on the court but, remarkably, even more courageous off it. And this inspired Jason Collins.
Selflessness can come at a price. Just ask Novak Djokovic, who set aside his own personal goals to help Serbia in Davis Cup -- and then rolled his ankle.
We'll soon crown the 75th NCAA tournament champion. In revisiting past title glory, it's clear to see the giant, broad shoulders of the legends continue to provide a powerful example for modern athletes.
See that photo of an exultant Rafael Nadal? If he's that good on hard courts, what's to stop him on clay?
Fresh off her Sony Open title, Serena Williams earned a little time on the beach. But that's not the kind of dirt she'll have to contend with in the next couple of months.
It was a grueling match that lasted almost three hours, but Andy Murray emerged with the Sony Open title and a No. 2 ranking, Greg Garber writes.
It looked like a great matchup on paper, but Serena Williams dominated Maria Sharapova to win her record sixth Sony Open title, Greg Garber writes.
David Ferrer won the battle of the 30-somethings while Andy Murray continued his blistering pace, just ask Richard Gasquet, Greg Garber writes.
Serena Williams was so dominant Thursday that you have to wonder whether Maria Sharapova has a snowball's chance in in the Sony Open final.
Now that the Miami Heat finally lost, no one is streaking in Miami more than Andy Murray.
Maria Sharapova has always had a special place in her heart for the Sony Open. Now if she could just win the thing.
Even if 30 is the new 20, no one predicted Tommy Haas stunning world No. 1 Novak Djokovic at the Sony Open.
For all the American doldrums, at least one man had always made the quarterfinals -- until now.
If anything, the Sony Open has showed us the fighter in Serena Williams.
Sloane Stephens wants to be a professional tennis player, but perhaps it's time for her to start acting like one.