Despite his semifinal struggle, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic has owned the Aussie Open and Andy Murray.
Which No. 1 seed, Novak Djokovic or Serena Williams, will have a stronger 2015 season?
Serena Williams is an overwhelming favorite to win the US Open, but Caroline Wozniacki is playing with serious resolve.
With Bryan brothers nearing their 100th title, here's a look at some other untouchable accomplishments.
Today's top players are joining forces with former all-time greats, but the question is, does it make a difference?
Andy Murray looks a lot like the player we know he is, but he's going to have an uphill battle against world No. 1 Novak Djokovic.
They've been teasing us for years, but survey says the next generation of kids are here -- and they aren't going anywhere.
Don't look now, but Caroline Wozniacki is looking a lot like the player who was once No. 1 in the world.
The more he plays, the younger Roger Federer looks, which is a good sign moving forward.
Both have obtained great heights, but Eugenie Bouchard and Andy Murray are still struggling to regain their mojo.
After Lleyton Hewitt's departure from the US Open, questions loom as to how many more early exits he has.
CiCi Bellis' win at the US Open reminds us that we need to be cautiously optimistic when it comes to young players.
There was a lot of buzz surrounding the Kimiko Date-Krumm-Venus Williams match, but not for reasons you might think.
At 33 years old, Roger Federer looks like a sixth US Open could be his in two weeks.
Despite a ton of action and near-upsets, Day 1 at Wimbledon sees few big-name casualties.
All signs say world No. 1 Rafael Nadal will roll into French Open final, but Andy Murray has other plans.