No need to feel sorry for Roger Federer anymore. Not after his vintage performance against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
Andy Murray ended a 77-year nightmare with his long-awaited Wimbledon championship.
Now that it's over, it's time to start celebrating Andy Roddick's grand career.
The big four nearly shrank into the big three -- until Andy Murray decided to pull it together.
Out of action and injured. But if anyone can come hurtling out of the box, why not Venus Williams?
Ten years into his professional career, Alex Bogomolov is finally a major player -- thanks in large part to a life-altering family addition.
Well, this changes everything, doesn't it? The rain wiped away the men's final until Monday, to the chagrin of most -- except Novak Djokovic.
Trailing Gisela Dulko 5-1 in the first set, Victoria Azarenka collapsed and had to be taken off the court in a wheelchair.
The U.S. Open final came down to nerves. That why it's shocking that first-time finalist Juan Martin del Potro was more composed than Roger Federer.
A profanity-laced tirade by Serena Williams toward a lineswoman cost her a chance at defending her title at the U.S. Open.
Rafael Nadal passed the watery three-day marathon and joins a sparkling group of U.S. Open semifinalists. But has the Spaniard hit the wall?
The players stay entertained despite the U.S. Open rain, but wouldn't it be great if their attention were on the court -- under a roof?
Hey, conspiracy theorists, is it possible the U.S. Open courts are tailored to enhance the games of big-hitting Americans?
Dinara Safina has a disturbing penchant for taking a seeming mismatch and creating drama. She did not disappoint in the first round of the U.S. Open.
Venus Williams limped to a three-set victory over Vera Dushevina on Monday at the U.S. Open. But the world No. 3 has plenty of work to do.
The U.S. has taken considerable steps to thrust itself back into the forefront of tennis. So how are the early returns looking?