Jennifer Capriati didn't just go away. She fought her addiction, she fought to get back into shape and she fought her demons. And in the process she scripted one of the most remarkable comeback stories in recent sports history.
Venus and Serena Williams have had great success at Wimbledon. If there is any tournament at which something unexpected like an all-Williams sisters final could happen, it would be at the All England Club.
Roger Federer has been playing well out of the favorite spotlight. Can he maintain that internal calm as his last shot at his Olympic dreams approaches or if he gets within striking distance of the No. 1 ranking?
A win Sunday won't rewrite history, but it will go a long way in addressing that one nagging question dangling over his head: Can Roger Federer truly be the greatest ever, if his biggest rival owned him?
It used to be a foregone conclusion that Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal would duke it out for at least one Grand Slam per year. But up until now, six Slams have passed without them meeting. The U.S. Open awaits a potential matchup.