It's been a rejuvenating year for Mardy Fish, but you wouldn't know that from his performances at the World Tour Finals.
Andy Murray reverted to the petulant lad he can be when things go awry. And things were going awry at the World Tour Finals.
If Caroline Wozniack is going to cause any damage at the year-enders, she might want to fix that shaky forehand.
Roger Federer made a statement from the opening game of the year-end championships and never looked back.
Rafael Nadal's recovery powers will be tested against Roger Federer at the year-end championships dream finale.
Brace yourself for a riveting end to the year-end championships. Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray reached the London semis. So who will emerge victorious?
From the war of words, to gamesmanship, to posturing, Andy Roddick and Novak Djokovic have a way of producing drama when they play. So who has the edge Friday in London?
Despite an anticlimactic London clash, there's something special about the Rafael Nadal-Novak Djokovic rivalry. And we should all be paying attention.
A couple points here and there and Andy Roddick might be undefeated at the World Tour Championships. But it just hasn't worked out that way.
Roger Federer's only troubling moment against Andy Murray at the year-end championships came when he caught his clothing in the net post. Yep, it was that kind of day.
Finally, there was a little energy at the World Tour Finals. In a true heavyweight slugfest, Rafael Nadal came back to beat Andy Roddick 3-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4.
Novak Djokovic distracted by the upcoming Davis Cup final? Hogwash. The Serb's supersized game bewildered Tomas Berdych in the World Tour finals.
Eight players, two groups and, ultimately, one winner. Andy Murray's pool is going to be tough. Question is: Will he swim or sink?
It's not easy being on the bubble. But for Andy Roddick and a few of his cohorts, the Paris Masters provides the final chance to qualify for the year-end championships.
Serena Williams didn't drop a set at the All England Club before literally being delivered her 13th Grand Slam title on a silver platter. But here's the real payoff: An ESPN.com Wimbledon award!
Francesca Schiavone might have lost in the first round of Wimbledon, but that didn't start her from having dinner next to us.