The rain has done nothing but cause havoc at Wimbledon. But for two hours on Monday, it turned out to be Serena Williams' best friend.
Rafael Nadal is alive and well at the Sony Ericsson Open. However, a foot injury was the reason Spain gave that will keep Nadal out of the Davis Cup quarterfinals against the United States.
Taylor Dent was a top 30 player until a back injury sidelined him. The American's recovery has been slow and arduous, Bonnie DeSimone writes.
Mary Pierce suffered a horrific knee injury in Austria. However, Bonnie DeSimone writes the injury might not mean the end for the two-time Grand Slam champ.
A wrist injury has sidelined Kim Clijsters since August. Bonnie DeSimone writes on Clijsters' return and her plans to retire after 2007.
The 2006 season has had it all -- great matches, comebacks, injuries and a controversial fruit. And as Bonnie DeSimone writes, it's not over yet.
Lindsay Davenport has lost six straight matches against Justine Henin-Hardenne. However, there's more to their quarterfinal match than a losing streak.
Lindsay Davenport has withdrawn from Wimbledon. While her career might be nearing its conclusion, Bonnie DeSimone writes we should appreciate the Californian's quiet greatness.
From the grand slam events to the players to watch for in the future, Bonnie DeSimone takes a look back at 2005 on the WTA Tour.
Injuries forced Martina Hingis into early retirement, but the former No. 1 player in the world is excited to make a comeback in 2006.