John Isner and Nicolas Mahut battled their way endlessly into the record books. Now, we just need a resolution.
If Marat Safin is the great underachiever, Fabrice Santoro is, well, the anti-Safin. But both leave behind no regrets.
Rafael Nadal didn't scurry around the court like an old man in his Grand Slam return. But will his knees hold up?
Despite fending off Ernests Gulbis in four sets at the U.S. Open early Saturday morning, Andy Roddick's overtly stressful second-round match was an ominous sign the world has caught up.
He has a suddenly fragile body and daunting U.S. Open draw. He has the unfortunate timing of playing in the same era as Roger Federer, while his biological tennis clock is ticking. But it's OK being Andy Roddick.
Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer played until 1:50 a.m ET in the fourth round at the U.S. Open. Is that good for tennis -- or bad? As spectacular as night tennis can be, sometimes it becomes too much.
With the first four rounds in the books, what was learned from Week 1 at the U.S. Open?
While all eyes were on young Americans John Isner and Donald Young, Andy Roddick quietly worked his way to the fourth round.
Venus Williams wasn't the only American having success on Saturday at the All England Club.
It's been 24 years since a Frenchman won the French Open. Barring some major upsets in the next two weeks, that drought likely is going to continue for at least one more year, writes Greg Garber.
Imagine having to beat Roger Federer twice in the same tournament. Greg Garber gets reaction to the ATP's decision to introduce round-robin play in 2007.
The French Open broke tradition and started on Sunday for the first time. That decision didn't sit too well with some players who had to play on Day 1.
The women's draw of the U.S. Open has featured plenty of top players, but little drama.
James Blake's upset of Rafael Nadal at the U.S. Open on Saturday wasn't just the possible highlight of his professional career, it also gave him a much-needed highlight in a year of tragedy.
Todd Martin announced his retirement after his opening-round loss at the U.S. Open on Monday.
The Bryan twins don't always get along, but they're united in their goal to win gold.