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.
With chaos abound at the US Open, the world No.1 Serena Williams completes the last major in style.
The newest Slam champion, Marin Cilic, looks like a legitimate threat to win many more majors.
A 100-1 long shot to win the US Open? Someone forgot to tell that to Marin Cilic.
What embarrassing Wimbledon episode are we talking about again? After Serena Williams' performance in the US Open final, the only thing we can do is savor her incredible feats.
Bob and Mike Bryan botched their standard celebratory chest bump, but that's the only thing that went wrong en route to their 100th career title, at the US Open.
You might not know it yet, but Marin Cilic and Kei Nishikori add a new and exciting twist to the hierarchy of the men's game.
Hard to explain exactly what went down during the semifinals, but Greg Garber can tell you this much: We didn't see a Marin Cilic-Kei Nishikori final coming.
No one has worked harder on the court than Kei Nishikori this tournament, but it's been worth the struggle.
Serena Williams is an overwhelming favorite to win the US Open, but Caroline Wozniacki is playing with serious resolve.
After a disappointing year, world No. 1 Serena Williams has finally reached her first major final of year.
Serena Williams and Roger Federer each own 17 Grand Slam titles, but how do their other accomplishments stack up?
Down to his last point, Roger Federer started playing like the player we knew he was to completed a five-set comeback.
With Bryan brothers nearing their 100th title, here's a look at some other untouchable accomplishments.
From a drug suspension to US Open final four, Marin Cilic is having career tournament.
Novak Djokovic knew he had to physically and mentally outplay Andy Murray, and that's exactly what the world No. 1 did.
History and logic said Kei Nishikori had no business beating Stan Wawrinka, but somehow he did.