There are many talented 23-and-under American women emerging this year. Some are rising fast through the ranks while others might already be fading. We handicap the field.
Despite Serena Williams' disappointing fortnight, all was not lost for American women's tennis at Wimbledon. Sloane Stephens continued to shine and other young stars left lasting impressions.
Among the upsets at the All England Club, a wave of youthful stars has emerged on the women's side of the draw, ensuring a bright future for the sport.
In a field where Serena Williams still stands alone, young Americans Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys and Alison Riske are steadily rising up the ranks.
American teenager Madison Keys has a sizzling serve and rave reviews from Chrissie Evert and Serena Williams going for her heading into Wimbledon's third round.
The quality of play among U.S. women has increased in the past year. Their hard work is paying off in the French Open.
In many ways, Madison Keys, 17, acts like a normal teen in high school. But instead of hanging with her buddies, Keys is getting another form of education -- in the pro tennis world.
Gone are the days when Grand Slam finals regularly featured teenagers. These days, the average champ is strong, experienced ... and in her mid-20s.
There are no style points in tennis. But the sport's individual, theatrical nature encourages players to express themselves on court through fashion.
It's a busy night of pro hoops with 11 games set to tip-off, including the Celtics at the Knicks. Amanda Rykoff takes you through the best games of the night in the NBA and around the sports world.