It's performances like the one she had Wednesday that prove Venus Williams is very much a viable player, writes Greg Garber.
With Serena Williams and Li Na eliminated, who benefits in this wide-open field? Greg Garber examines.
Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray each won -- but not without some difficulties.
It can't be easy to be one game from losing and have to think about it all night. That was the case for Grigor Dimitrov -- and it didn't work out so well.
It was already one of the most grisly days in Grand Slam history -- and then Roger Federer lost.
John Isner fought with gusto and heart, but after 8 hours, 27 minutes on court the past two days, it was too much.
John Isner knows marathons. But at least this time he made quick work in OT.
A year ago, Serena Williams played the most disappointing major of her career -- one that she's hell bent on avenging.
Hard to imagine, but Rafael Nadal looked quite mortal in his first-round French Open match.
We didn't think Andy Murray was going to survive the first round, never mind reach the quarterfinals.
Trapped in another inescapable marathon, John Isner finally succumbed in the second-longest match in French Open history.
Victoria Azarenka played a less-than-perfect match. Nonetheless, she moves into the Sony Ericsson Open quarterfinals with a perfect record.
When will the matches begin? When will the tournament end? Only the weather lords know.
Tennis junkies, need a few sage tips? Look no further than U.S. Open resident teaching pro Roger Federer.
Venus Williams can probably kiss this year goodbye, but we have to ask: Will she ever play again?
Stringing together the greatest season in tennis history isn't really all that complicated for Novak Djokovic. All he has to do is win every single match for the rest of the year.