Sloane Stephens will lead the U.S. Fed Cup team that is without the Williams sisters for the World Group first-round match against Italy on Feb. 9-10.
Venus Williams keeps moving forward in the Olympics.
Finally, we know who from the red, white and blue will shoot for the gold. And, let's just say, there is a lot of opportunity.
Mary Joe Fernandez and Jay Berger were formally announced Tuesday by the U.S. Tennis Association as U.S. captains of the London Olympics teams.
Mary Joe Fernandez and Jay Berger will be announced on Tuesday, by the U.S. Tennis Association, as the head coaches of the U.S. London Olympic team, a source within the USTA said.
When Serena Williams wins, she's happy. Go figure. So it comes as no surprise that she was grinning from ear to ear during the U.S.' Fed Cup domination.
A voyage to Ukraine to play a relegation Fed Cup tie, eh? Serena Williams isn't trying to fool anyone: She'll do whatever it takes to make the London Olympic field.
The Americans' sole purpose this coming weekend is simple: Get back to the World Group and start vying for Fed Cup titles again. Anything else is unacceptable.
Recovery never comes fast enough for Venus Williams.
Venus Williams will return from illness and her sister, Serena, will play Fed Cup for the first time in nearly five years after being selected in the U.S. team to meet Belarus in a Feb. 4-5 World Group II match at Worcester, Mass.
You'd think there would be one or two notable Hispanic players looming in the tennis world, yet that's not the case. Why?
Tennis has seen some notable men-versus-women matchups, but the skill sets are too different for a woman to successfully compete on the ATP tour.
Captain Mary Joe Fernandez said Wednesday that 19-year-old Melanie Oudin and 18-year-old Christina McHale will play singles in the best-of-five series on indoor red clay at Porsche Arena.
Venus Williams plans to travel with the U.S. Fed Cup team for its World Group playoff at Germany but is not expected to play because of a hurt hip that's sidelined her since January.
Australian Open champion Kim Clijsters will play Melanie Oudin on Saturday in the Fed Cup when Belgium faces the United States in the best-of-five series.
Vania King has been chosen to take the U.S. Fed Cup roster spot originally expected to be filled by Venus Williams at next month's quarterfinal against Belgium.