Perhaps it's a tad emasculating to get fired -- by your wife. But for Li Na's husband, he now has 1.2 million euros in the family bank account to get over it.
They love her; they hate her. Nonetheless, the ambivalent Parisians will get another taste of Maria Sharapova in the semifinals.
Victoria Azarenka's secret to success is not complicated. She's happy on -- and off -- the court. That's trouble for her opponents at the Rome Masters.
Kim Clijsters was the overwhelming favorite heading into Australia. She did not disappoint.
Caroline Wozniacki appeared primed to take the next step in her quest to win a Slam. And then it all fell apart.
Only eight players remain alive to hoist the trophy in Melbourne. So who has the best shot at taking home the hardware?
Eight players remaining, eight potential Australian Open champions. We assess each player's form heading into the semifinals.
Serena Williams won't be as dominant, Petra Kvitova will win another Grand Slam and Caroline Wozniacki will return to the Top 5. Those are some of Ravi Ubha's predictions for the 2013 WTA season.
Four players are left in the WTA year-ender -- make that the top four players in the land.
It wasn't as dramatic as the U.S. Open final last month as Serena Williams played an effective match to defeat Victoria Azarenka at the year-end WTA Championships, Ravi Ubha writes.
Victoria Azarenka and Serena Williams had to work hard to win on Wednesday at the WTA year-end championship in Istanbul, Ravi Ubha writes.
Serena Williams is the female player of the season. But that doesn't mean it'll be a walkover for the world No. 3 at the year-end championships in Istanbul, Ravi Ubha writes.
Now that the 2012 Grand Slam season is over, we can look back and realize that Serena Williams was tennis' most dominant figure, Ravi Ubha writes.
After that ugly French Open flop, you'd better believe Serena Williams is gunning for a Wimbledon title.
Serena Williams breezed through the latter stages of Madrid, but does she have enough stamina to duplicate that performance in Rome?
Not many players can stroll onto the cherished clay of Roland Garros and succeed without momentum. So listen up, Andy Murray and cohorts: Play well now.