How is Rafael Nadal's knee? That's always the question with him. All he wants is to play tennis.
David Ferrer can win and win and win -- until he meets one of those fearsome big four players. But perhaps he can break through on the clay, eh?
Sloane Stephens, Jaime Hapton and Madison Keys are using their big serves to narrow the gap between them and the Williams sisters in American women's tennis, Kamakshi Tandon writes.
Between footwork, footwear and the court surface, the number of pratfalls at the Australian Open raised a few questions.
Serena Williams cruised in her first-round match at the Australian Open despite rolling an ankle. The question now: Will the injury play a role going forward?
At this stage of her career, Serena Williams is finding success by breaking from habits that used to make her an extremely unconventional tennis player, Kamakshi Tandon writes.
Kim Clijsters refuses to waste her time on stupid stuff. Despite a series of injuries, she's not thinking about moving up her retirement date.
Is Rafael Nadal good enough to win Wimbledon on one good foot? We'll find out.
Andy Murray will play the rest of the event on an ailing ankle. But does that make him more dangerous?
The latest victim of a freak foot injury, Kim Clijsters is still the one to beat at this year's French Open.
Kind of ironic that an injury pushed a much-maligned Andy Murray to finally play aggressively.
Is the new-year optimism a bit premature? For these 10 WTA stars, Melbourne presents an opportunity to set the tone for the rest of the season.
A cast of contenders is hoping to grab the spotlight from the Rafael Nadal-Roger Federer duopoly. But only a title in Montreal will make that happen.
As if Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray weren't formidable enough opponents, Roger Federer has faced injury woes, doubt and the weight of history -- and beaten all of them back with his usual skill and grace.