Serena Williams is no stranger to doubt and drama, but the good news is that she wouldn't have it any other way.
Jack Sock needed only five games to advance to second round in French Open. Not a bad effort.
Tommy Robredo is one of tennis' most tenacious survivors -- as he proved for a third straight time in Paris.
Most experts have Rafael Nadal winning the French Open title, but at the moment, the seven-time champ looks a bit frazzled.
She has reinvented herself on many occasions, but this version of Serena Williams is simply dominating the tennis world, Greg Garber writes
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga says he's at his best when nothing is in his head. Against Mardy Fish, he tossed a classic no-brainer.
Last isn't always bad -- especially if you're Mardy Fish, the last American standing at Wimbledon.
Serena Williams underwent emergency treatment for a blood clot in her lungs. Where does this leave the 13-time Grand Slam winner?
Most wouldn't render two wins at an inane ATP event significant. But for Todd Widom, who's recovering from two knee injuries, an inflamed elbow and a brush with eye cancer, it's not too shabby.
After an auspicious start in 2008, injuries derailed the rest of Maria Sharapova's season. Now healthy and hungry, she is among a handful of stars seeking a new beginning.
Early exits and an injury highlighted the first half of Andy Roddick's 2006 season. However, this is the time of year the American looks forward to the most -- and he has the results to prove it, writes Greg Garber.
An injury forced Andy Roddick to retire in the first round, just another setback in a disappointing season, writes Greg Garber.
Was Mary Pierce's 12-minute injury timeout legal? Yes. Was it right? Elena Dementieva says no.
Lindsay Davenport has delayed thoughts of retirement with a major resurgence.
Amelie Mauresmo saw an opening against Serena Williams, but in the end couldn't capitalize.