Say what you want about Andy Murray, but Monday he silenced his critics in a big way.
Usually full of life, David Ferrer didn't seem to have much stamina in a laggard four-set loss.
Feisty Philipp Kohlschreiber put an end to John Isner and the American men in New York.
Petra Kvitova loves Wimbledon, but for some reason, she can't get it together in New York.
Austrian whippersnapper Dominic Thiem showed why he could be tennis' future.
Simona Halep and Angelique Kerber joined the list of the unfortunate favorites at the US Open.
The collective state of U.S. tennis is a problem, but for John Isner, he's too busy winning to worry about that right now.
Maria Sharapova would love to make life easier, but it just so happens that's not her thing.
We don't know for certain what tennis will look like in a few years, but you can make a case Borna Coric will be a part of it.
You might not believe it, there was a time when American men dominated. So what happened?
Nick Kyrgios has a world of talent, but he knows he needs to settle down if good things are going to happen.
Andy Murray looked anything but the player who won the US Open two years ago, Greg Garber writes.
Already playing mediocre tennis, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic has a tricky path at the US Open.
Don't look now, but we could be amid a tectonic shift in the men's game -- or are we?
Despite a recent slide, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic has re-established himself as the alpha male.
World No. 1 Serena Williams is playing her best tennis heading into the season's final Grand Slam.