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.
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.
Fair or not, the USTA's head of player development, Patrick McEnroe, took heat for futile results.
Today's top players are joining forces with former all-time greats, but the question is, does it make a difference?
The more he plays, the younger Roger Federer looks, which is a good sign moving forward.
After Lleyton Hewitt's departure from the US Open, questions loom as to how many more early exits he has.
You might not believe it, there was a time when American men dominated. So what happened?
Don't look now, but we could be amid a tectonic shift in the men's game -- or are we?
Donald Young dug in and fought hard for five sets, but in the end, he was the latest American casualty, writes Greg Garber.
Coming in, it didn't seem possible for Li Na. But she showed some serious mettle in winning the Australian Open championship.
John Isner has been one of the game's most consistent players. But perhaps that's been his biggest problem all along.
The third round is not yet over, but there's only one American left in the men's draw -- evidence that the wait for the next U.S. player to win the US Open will go into its second decade, Greg Garber writes.
Why does Lleyton Hewitt still bother to go out there? For moments like these.
Jack Sock channeled his inner Andy Roddick with a sweet showing Thursday.
The stars and stripes of men's tennis have not fared well in a decade. John Isner and Sam Querrey hope to change that.
James Blake's retirement virtually ends a generation of American players.