Before dropping out of the US Open, Maria Sharapova decides to remain Maria Sharapova; the drab-eating Nick Saban tries to lose his nickname; and a college freshman makes a name for himself.
Maria Sharapova beat Caroline Wozniacki in an exhibition at Madison Square Garden on Monday -- though she lost the only point she played against Wozniacki's boyfriend, top-ranked golfer Rory McIlroy.
There are no style points in tennis. But the sport's individual, theatrical nature encourages players to express themselves on court through fashion.
What's good for the heart is good for your game? Caroline Wozniacki and Rory McIlroy are the latest high-profile couple on the global sports landscape.
Tiger Woods has not finished a tournament atop the leaderboard in 18 months. Nonetheless, Forbes says the world's former No. 1 golfer remains the biggest celebrity in the sports world.
Does Roger Federer need to hit the gym? And why is the WTA desperate for Maria Sharapova to return? Bonnie D. Ford sits down with Chris Evert to answer these queries.
In the topsy-turvy world of women's tennis, the emergence of Dinara Safina has been welcomed with open arms. But she's just one piece of a stalwart Russian regime which has quietly dominated the tour all season long.
Maria Sharapova pulled out of next week's German Open because of an unspecified injury, and Daniela Hantuchova also withdrew from the clay-court tournament.
The comparisons between Michelle Wie and Maria Sharapova are negligible.
Australian Open notes: The developing rivalry between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova has the potential to turn into an enduring one -- especially if they keep meeting in big matches.
From Seles to Kournikova, Sports Academy has earned reputation for turning top talent into elite players.