Marion Bartoli is no cookie-cutter player. She proved that in a dominant semifinal performance.
Even when she wins, it's pretty obvious clay isn't Victoria Azarenka's thing.
She has reinvented herself on many occasions, but this version of Serena Williams is simply dominating the tennis world, Greg Garber writes
Juan Martin del Potro and Maria Sharapova look primed to take the next step. And that's just one of the appetizing storylines as the Sony Ericsson Open approaches.
It was a moment to behold and cherish: Francesca Schiavone blasted through the French Open field. And that was just the beginning of her storybook season.
Take a good, hard look at the erratic WTA results from this season, and you'll see that determining the WTA player of the year is a bit bewildering. So who exactly is it?
Scrutinize Caroline Wozniacki's numbers as much as you'd like. All the tournaments, the matches, the head-to-heads. But it all adds up to this: one -- as in her ranking.
Serena Williams displayed a Plan B. Vera Zvonareva showed unnerving poise. Now they'll meet for the Wimbledon championship.
No one saw this one coming, but French Open champion Francesca Schiavone has completed her career makeover.
For those with your heads buried under the sand, we're here to tell you that Rafael Nadal and Justine Henin will stand tall on the clay.
Kim Clijsters scampered to the Sony Ericsson Open title, while Andy Roddick proved he can walk the fine line between risk and reward. But it wasn't a stroll in the park for everyone in Miami.
Venus Williams said she didn't have the best day after a dreadful 6-2, 6-1 loss to Kim Clijsters in the final of the Sony Ericsson Open. Actually, her performance was a stinker.
After an emotional 2009 season full of unprecedented highs and gut-wrenching lows, 28-year-old Roger Federer is back on top. But he'll find that the going only gets tougher from here.
ATP CEO Adam Helfant is "excited" about the current state of the game. But it's not a product that will go without a few refinements.
Thanks in large part to Melanie Oudin, the remaining women's U.S. Open draw is hardly rife with household names.
If Marat Safin is the great underachiever, Fabrice Santoro is, well, the anti-Safin. But both leave behind no regrets.