Unpredictability was the common theme as another season comes to a close. But in the end, a familiar face ruled the field again.
Few players have been scrutinized more than Caroline Wozniacki, but it's time we cut the Dane some slack.
With chaos abound at the US Open, the world No.1 Serena Williams completes the last major in style.
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.
He had a few zany moments, but Gael Monfils was more or less a model citizen in advancing to the US Open quarterfinals.
They've been teasing us for years, but survey says the next generation of kids are here -- and they aren't going anywhere.
Feisty Philipp Kohlschreiber put an end to John Isner and the American men in New York.
Petra Kvitova loves Wimbledon, but for some reason, she can't get it together in New York.
The collective state of U.S. tennis is a problem, but for John Isner, he's too busy winning to worry about that right now.
World No. 1 Serena Williams is playing her best tennis heading into the season's final Grand Slam.
Seven-time Grand Slam champ Venus Williams suddenly looks like a serious threat in New York.
The hoopla was almost nonexistent Saturday at Wimbledon, but that didn't stop the stars from sounding off, writes Greg Garber.
With the top three WTA players ousted, the French Open is complete disarray. What's up with that?
The future of Serena Williams, whether failure or success, comes down to a single factor: herself.
With a title in Madrid, Maria Sharapova enters the French Open with some much-needed confidence, Greg Garber writes.
With Serena Williams playing less-than-stellar tennis, Maria Sharapova is making her move this season.