Laura Granville has persevered through some lean times and now, after upsetting Martina Hingis, finds herself in the fourth round of Wimbledon.
Martina Hingis sees herself as a long shot to win Wimbledon. Still, the former champion is happy to be healthy enough just to be playing.
Roger Federer is the heavy favorite to three-peat at the U.S Open, while Martina Hingis is poised to make a deep run in this year's draw. Bonnie DeSimone breaks down the draw.
Rafael Nadal is the clear-cut favorite on the men's side to win the French Open. As for the women, a handful of players can win on the red clay at Roland Garros. Bonnie DeSimone handicaps the women's field.
While James Blake and Martina Hingis did not win the Pacific Life Open, both players made statements that they can play with the best in the world.
From Hingis' comeback to Sharapova's health, Bonnie DeSimone previews the 2006 season on the WTA Tour.
Injuries forced Martina Hingis into early retirement, but the former No. 1 player in the world is excited to make a comeback in 2006.