Why was Venus Williams the key catalyst in getting Wimbledon to finally award equal prize money to women players? She was the right player at the right time to lead the charge.
Sloane Stevens, two months shy of her 20th birthday, appeared as stunned as anyone in the moments after upsetting third-seeded Serena Williams, who hadn't lost a match since late August.
Maria Sharapova appears even more dominant than she did five years ago in her march to the 2008 Australian Open title. The No. 2 seed has lost only five games through four rounds.
Another day, another memorable tantrum. This one came courtesy of Jerzy Janowicz, who, well, basically lost his mind.
Don't expect for one moment that Samantha Stosur, the game's anti-diva, will crack versus Serena Williams at the French Open.
Lost in the shuffle of the grinding tennis season is the ambitious charity work from a bevy of players. Here's a sampling of those who give back.
It's a shame that a special occasion for Kim Clijsters turned sour when Serena Williams lost her cool at the U.S. Open.
Dinara Safina has spent an athletic lifetime escaping the shadows cast by others, and never as quickly as her critics demand. As Safina says herself: "Doesn't matter, fast or slow," because she's playing like a No. 1 now.
Entrenched in a hostile Madrid environment, Sam Querrey and Andy Roddick ardently fought the Spaniards in the Day 1 Davis Cup semifinals. But the U.S. heads into Saturday's action down 0-2.
Trying vehemently to get back to his apex, Roger Federer has responded with great focus and confidence at the U.S. Open.
After a less-than-scintillating performance in Australia versus Maria Sharapova, Justine Henin hopes the Sony Ericsson Open will be the catalyst that gets her campaign going.
After an unconventional path -- one that included college tennis, not the pros -- to get to where he is, John Isner is turning heads. And if he doesn't watch out, he may just become a marked man.
Following her third straight French Open title on Saturday, the public saw a side of Justine Henin that had rarely -- if ever -- been seen before. Bonnie DeSimone explains.