Rafael Nadal had a feeling he wasn't going to be at his best in Oz -- and he was right.
The world No. 1 Novak Djokovic proved his worth in 2014, as did a certain aging Swiss stalwart.
There are new faces at the year-end ATP championship, but Novak Djokovic comes to London on a roll and is looking to hold on to the world No. 1 ranking.
Drama is on tap at the Paris Masters, which features a six-man fight for the four remaining spots in the year-end ATP championships.
Remember back in the day when we thought Roger Federer was washed up? Silly us. Suddenly, he's the player to beat on tour ... again.
A 100-1 long shot to win the US Open? Someone forgot to tell that to Marin Cilic.
Hard to explain exactly what went down during the semifinals, but Greg Garber can tell you this much: We didn't see a Marin Cilic-Kei Nishikori final coming.
Serena Williams is an overwhelming favorite to win the US Open, but Caroline Wozniacki is playing with serious resolve.
Serena Williams and Roger Federer each own 17 Grand Slam titles, but how do their other accomplishments stack up?
With Bryan brothers nearing their 100th title, here's a look at some other untouchable accomplishments.
Novak Djokovic knew he had to physically and mentally outplay Andy Murray, and that's exactly what the world No. 1 did.
Andy Murray looks a lot like the player we know he is, but he's going to have an uphill battle against world No. 1 Novak Djokovic.
The more he plays, the younger Roger Federer looks, which is a good sign moving forward.
Nick Kyrgios has a world of talent, but he knows he needs to settle down if good things are going to happen.
At 33 years old, Roger Federer looks like a sixth US Open could be his in two weeks.
Already playing mediocre tennis, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic has a tricky path at the US Open.