After a day of drama on the WTA Tour, the men's biggest names, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, cruised in Paris.
Jack Sock needed only five games to advance to second round in French Open. Not a bad effort.
The third round is not yet over, but there's only one American left in the men's draw -- evidence that the wait for the next U.S. player to win the US Open will go into its second decade, Greg Garber writes.
Jack Sock channeled his inner Andy Roddick with a sweet showing Thursday.
Novak Djokovic did something pretty usual for a top-tier player this year at Wimbledon. He won.
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.
It's a narrative no one saw coming: Watch out for the fierce American uprising on the red clay.
What on earth allows Jack Sock to survive on a surface so many of his U.S. compatriots dislike so much?
People ask it all the time: What is wrong with American tennis? The answer might surprise you. Garber: Sock does his part