When the rains finally gave way, a mad scramble to finish the matches ensued, writes Greg Garber.
Two straight tough matches have taken a lot out of Agnieszka Radwanska, but she is ready for the challenge Sabine Lisicki poses in the semifinals at Wimbledon.
One year ago, Novak Djokovic waltzed into Indian Wells and dominated everyone in his way. Not much has changed.
Serena Williams has made a fine living coming out of the weeds. Look no further than her dominating Australian Open run thus far, if you need proof.
There's a physical price to pay in this punishing sport known as tennis. Just ask Rafael Nadal.
Just a year ago, Sabine Lisicki had to learn to walk again. Now she's flying into the Wimbledon semifinals.
No one saw the women's implosion coming. But there are now many a possibility.
Don't get too comfortable, Venus Williams. Your personal Grand Slam nightmare awaits.
Sabine Lisicki serves as big as Novak Djokovic. And that's why she socked the reigning French Open champion.
Ordinarily, a first-round win wouldn't mean so much to Serena Williams. But this was an exception.
Ryan Sweeting is playing some smashing tennis. But, unfortunately, his luck is about to run out.
The 124 pretenders have left the building, and we're down to the top four seeds. How fitting.
There is not a lack of young, precocious players on the WTA Tour. And Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova is the best of the bunch -- as she proved against Vera Zvonareva.
It's just one of those trite tales of the tennis world. With Mardy Fish and Vania King losing Saturday, all the Americans are gone before the second week at the French Open.
Form and length go a long way in today's game. That lethal combination makes Petra Kvitova a daunting sight.
If only we could inject some aggression into Caroline Wozniacki. Then perhaps she could finally kiss that discouraging Slam-less moniker goodbye.