At Indian Wells, it's back to serious business for Stan Wawrinka and the Big Four.
It's too early to make any absolutes, but Stan Wawrinka looks like he could be the leader of a new landscape in men's tennis.
Stanislas Wawrinka defied the gravity of history with his win over Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open final.
Stanislas Wawrinka is playing his best tennis. The question: Is that enough to beat Rafael Nadal?
By the thinnest of margins, Stanislas Wawrinka finally gets his shot at a Grand Slam title.
Roger Federer's window is narrowing, but you wouldn't know that by his Aussie Open performances so far.
No need to feel sorry for Roger Federer anymore. Not after his vintage performance against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
John Isner has been one of the game's most consistent players. But perhaps that's been his biggest problem all along.
It's only fitting that Novak Djokovic capped a spectacular two months with the year-end championship.
Four years ago, it was Juan Martin del Potro who got the best out of Roger Federer. Even though the protagonists were the same, history wasn't about to repeat itself, Greg Garber writes.
Rafael Nadal could have mailed it in Friday, but he didn't. No one was happier than Stanislas Wawrinka.
This one did not come easily for Novak Djokovic, but he overcame a game Juan Martin del Potro in London.
A year ago, Rafael Nadal couldn't fathom finishing 2013 as the top player in the land. But here he is -- the top player in the land.
Novak Djokovic played the match of the day, but it was Rafael Nadal who closed in on history.
The ATP World Tour Finals is not only a punctuation to this season, but a prelude to 2014.
Rafael Nadal is the new No. 1, but Novak Djokovic got the last laugh. Who says fall tennis isn't good?