Eugenie Bouchard? Simona Halep? Caroline Wozniacki? Agnieszka Radwanska? Sloane Stephens? Pam Shriver and Brad Gilbert break down the chances of five players hoping to win their first major at the US Open.
Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray all have a shot to win Wimbledon, but who has the best shot?
Marion Bartoli explained Sunday that she has zero lingering doubts about retiring at age 28.
If the past is any indication, the one thing to count on in the women's draw is that something weird will happen at Wimbledon this fortnight.
It was quite a comedown for a reigning Wimbledon champion.
Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli will play for the first time since her retirement at an exhibition tournament in June.
Just to be clear: Marion Bartoli is not coming out of retirement.
There were times this season when the off-court chatter was better than the playing, Kamakshi Tandon writes.
We can say it enough: What Serena Williams did in 2013 defied all odds -- even by her own standards.
In ESPN The Magazine's Interview Issue, Shaun Assael talks with Marion Bartoli about her Wimbledon win and subsequent retirement.
The WTA's Brussels Open has folded after three years because it has become too expensive to stage.
With the season quickly winding down, Roger Federer, Angelique Kerber are among those fighting to make the year-end championships.
Though she's happy in retirement, Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli says "never say never" about a possible comeback.
Not all players could walk away from the game they love like Marion Bartoli.
John Isner once again appears on the verge of a breakthrough, but Howard Bryant wonders whether Isner's weak return game will once again undermine his ascent.
OK, D'Arcy Maine will listen to Donovan McNabb's conspiracy theories, Kendrick Lamar's rapping, and maybe even James Harden's "singing." Just don't make her try DeAndre Levy's latest diet.