Gilles Simon desperately tried to do what no one has done in nine years -- knock Roger Federer out of a Slam before the quarters. So close.
Who's had the better career, Hewitt or Roddick? Tough to say. But we know who had the better day Down Under.
Novak Djokovic's sustained excellence came at a price, but nonetheless, he not only ran away with the 2011 MVP honors, but gave his cohorts a lot to think about.
Lleyton Hewitt beat Pete Sampras in the 2001 men's final at the U.S. Open. Two days later, 15 miles away, the world changed forever.
We asked you how many matches the active Grand Slam champs would win at Wimbledon. Your answers, to say the least, were as vast as the ocean.
All right, tennis junkies, let's test your IQ. How many match wins do you think the 14 active Grand Slam champions will have at Wimbledon this year?
Andy Roddick and Lleyton Hewitt left nothing in the locker room in their five-set battle. But the American finally triumphed to advance to the Wimbledon semifinals.
Cranky knees and ice packs are a small price to pay for "ancient" Wimbledon quarterfinalists Lleyton Hewitt, Tommy Haas and Juan Carlos Ferrero.
Despite a mammoth serving performance from Ivo Karlovic, Lleyton Hewitt battled his way into the second round of the French Open.
They know the trill of victory, they've been to the summit. But former champions like Lleyton Hewitt and Marat Safin are struggling to remain on top.
Andy Roddick reached the semifinals of the U.S. Open with a straight-sets win over Lleyton Hewitt. Greg Garber suggests that A-Rod may have turned the corner on his season.
Marat Safin, Lleyton Hewitt and Andy Roddick are all former U.S. Open winners. And, as Greg Garber writes, all three are quietly working their way through the draw.
Lleyton Hewitt is playing his best tennis of the year at the right time. Greg Garber writes Hewitt is winning the matches he's supposed to win.
Lleyton Hewitt is the scrappiest player around, and even he can't handle Roger Federer.
Taylor Dent was game on Sunday afternoon, but it was a familiar foe that did him against Lleyton Hewitt: his serve. Dent fell to Hewitt in five grueling sets.
Roger Federer is playing so well right now it's scary, writes Greg Garber.