Compared to the other Big Four behemoths, Rafael Nadal is not having a seamless Wimbledon journey, writes Greg Garber.
Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray breezed into the quarterfinals, and boy, did they need that.
The rain has everyone on edge, including the players, who say they're not feeling protected.
Novak Djokovic looked dazed and confused for well over an hour -- until he decided to play like his world No. 1 ranking.
There's a physical price to pay in this punishing sport known as tennis. Just ask Rafael Nadal.
Mardy Fish feels bad that all the other American men are gone. He can take solace in the fact that he's not.
Don't get too comfortable, Venus Williams. Your personal Grand Slam nightmare awaits.
Ten years into his professional career, Alex Bogomolov is finally a major player -- thanks in large part to a life-altering family addition.
Ryan Sweeting is playing some smashing tennis. But, unfortunately, his luck is about to run out.
It had already been a tepid summer for Andy Roddick. And it ended miserably after crashing out to Janko Tipsarevic at the U.S. Open.
It's not easy to own New York. But that's exactly what Melanie Oudin accomplished in her thrilling U.S. Open run.
Rafael Nadal has mastered the nuances of every surface, but does he have enough leg to win the calendar Slam?
With all his physical ailments, it's hard not to pigeonhole Novak Djokovic as a hypochondriac. Although the beleaguered Serb might be playing possum, Andy Roddick knows he'll have his hands full.
Worn out. Taxed. Battered. Did anyone say the Olympics wouldn't hamper the players? Just ask Roger Federer, who needed five grueling sets to defeat Igor Andreev at the U.S. Open.
An indifferent season has temporarily stalled the Roger Federer Big Apple buzz. But the once-invincible king has remained optimistic and resolute in his quest for a fifth straight U.S. Open crown.
After a relatively routine first few days, upsets became the norm Friday at Wimbledon.