Not every American tennis plays enjoys life away from the homeland. Madison Keys is not one of them.
Anyone outside the big four and Serena Williams is considered an outsider for the title, but there are others worth looking out for on the lawns of SW19.
A few hours after Serena Williams won the women's championship in Paris, the Bryan brothers followed with one of their own. Not a bad day for the Yanks.
Top seed Marin Cilic of Croatia survived three match points in a third-set tiebreaker against Igor Sijsling of the Netherlands to advance to the quarterfinals of the U.S. National Indoor Championships with a 7-6 (2), 3-6, 7-6 (7) victory Thursday.
A couple of extra gray hairs and wrinkles. No big deal. After all, tennis is now a game for the oldies.
Rafael Nadal's right knee was taped. Ditto for his left ankle. His strokes looked just fine.
The longest-match rematch is coming to Wimbledon: John Isner and Nicolas Mahut will play each other in the first round.
Rhyne Williams beat Tennessee teammate Tennys Sandgren 6-3, 3-6, 6-0 on Sunday to reach the NCAA men's singles final.
Catch them while you can. Andy Roddick and the Williams sisters are the last of a breed, the endangered species of American tennis champions.
Americans aren't known for their facility on clay, but a handful of U.S. men and women left indelible marks in the Grand Slam record books and the soft courts of Roland Garros.
Whether it was Roger Federer's brilliance, Serena Williams' wit or Melanie Oudin's shining moment, there were plenty of memories -- good and bad -- to be taken from the 2009 Wimbledon Championships.
Serena Williams and Roger Federer were among the millions of fans lamenting pop star Michael Jackson's death.
Though Serena Williams and Roger Federer gallivanted into the fourth round of Wimbledon, both remained stunned by the news of Michael Jackson's passing.
In memory of Michael Jackson, we give you the top five Wimbledon "Thrillers" since 1990.
Australian Open history doubles winners