It took an astonishing 3 hours, 13 minutes but Caroline Wozniacki finally stopped Maria Sharapova at the WTA Finals.
The field for the WTA Finals has been set for some time, but that hasn't stopped the elite eight players from trying to gain some momentum heading into the year-end event.
With chaos abound at the US Open, the world No.1 Serena Williams completes the last major in style.
Maria Sharapova would love to make life easier, but it just so happens that's not her thing.
World No. 1 Serena Williams is playing her best tennis heading into the season's final Grand Slam.
Seven-time Grand Slam champ Venus Williams suddenly looks like a serious threat in New York.
Serena Williams, Li Na and a host of others have serious work to do after falling flat at the French Open, writes Greg Garber.
She doesn't seem to fit the part, but somehow Maria Sharapova has made herself into the best women's clay-court player in the world, Greg Garber writes.
With Serena Williams and Li Na eliminated, who benefits in this wide-open field? Greg Garber examines.
The future of Serena Williams, whether failure or success, comes down to a single factor: herself.
With a title in Madrid, Maria Sharapova enters the French Open with some much-needed confidence, Greg Garber writes.
With Serena Williams playing less-than-stellar tennis, Maria Sharapova is making her move this season.
Given her history in Miami, it came as little surprise that Serena Williams won the Sony Open -- for a seventh time.
Serena Williams started slowly in the Sony semis, but she beat down Maria Sharapova for the 15th straight time, writes Greg Garber.
With stars strewn all over the grounds, Tuesday's results had significant ramifications at the Sony Open.
Despite an ordinary season so far, world No. 1 Serena Williams owns the Sony Open, Greg Garber writes.