Petra Kvitova has had erratic results this season, but there is just something about Wimbledon she loves, writes Greg Garber.
If you blinked so far at the French Open, you've missed the tsunami of fresh energy that has emerged on the WTA Tour.
No matter how beat down and worn out Rafael Nadal seems to be, the French Open restores our faith in the world No. 1.
With Serena Williams playing less-than-stellar tennis, Maria Sharapova is making her move this season.
Coming in, it didn't seem possible for Li Na. But she showed some serious mettle in winning the Australian Open championship.
Jack Sock channeled his inner Andy Roddick with a sweet showing Thursday.
Sara Errani did something she's never done before, while David Ferrer has a big-time opportunity.
Together they have won more titles, more prize money and more Grand Slams than any other tennis tandem and at age 31, Serena Williams and Roger Federer are still going strong, Greg Garber writes.
Tommy Robredo is one of tennis' most tenacious survivors -- as he proved for a third straight time in Paris.
Fresh off her Sony Open title, Serena Williams earned a little time on the beach. But that's not the kind of dirt she'll have to contend with in the next couple of months.
Maria Sharapova has always had a special place in her heart for the Sony Open. Now if she could just win the thing.
If anything, the Sony Open has showed us the fighter in Serena Williams.
A gloomy day at the All England Club devolved into a dark day for Maria Sharapova.
Overlooked and undersized? Perhaps, but it didn't stop Sara Errani from reaching the French Open final.
History is littered with great players who came up just short of a career Slam. Maria Sharapova is not interested in joining them.
It feels odd, we admit, but the power-hitting, hard-court stalwart known as Serena Williams just might be the one who flourishes in France.