The thing about Rafael Nadal at the French Open: Everything is meticulously planned, and there's nothing to suggest anyone can stop him.
See that photo of an exultant Rafael Nadal? If he's that good on hard courts, what's to stop him on clay?
Rafael Nadal lost to Juan Martin del Potro at MSG, but he showed his knee is ready to tackle hard courts -- at least for now.
To go to college or not. That is the growing debate for today's budding tennis professionals. John Isner did. Donald Young didn't. You make the call.
Who would have thought? Andy Murray's attack-first mentality under duress is breathtaking.
Serena Williams put on a ruthless display if tennis. Agnieszka Radwanska, however, can't say the same.
That energy of the frenetic home crowd. That's a huge benefit for the Americans, right?
The big three and David Ferrer in the French Open semis? Yeah, that seems just about right.
Simply put, Brian Baker's win was another chapter in a Disney-movie-worthy comeback.
Few saw the rise of John Isner coming -- except John Isner, that is. And, really, that's the only thing that matters.
Stop the hysteria. A day after foiling that Federer guy's Miami journey, Andy Roddick swiftly suffered the same fate.
Rafael Nadal needed everything in his arsenal to beat Tomas Berdych. His reward: A date with Roger Federer in the Aussie semifinals.
Sabine Lisicki serves as big as Novak Djokovic. And that's why she socked the reigning French Open champion.
After breathtaking shot-making and postmatch sobbing, it's obvious how much the French Open means to Rafael Nadal.
This isn't Rafael Nadal 1.0 anymore. With shorter points and a healthy body, it's a whole different game.
Considering his form, incentive and the revenge factor, there is no evidence Rafael Nadal won't be wearing the crown Sunday.