To go to college or not. That is the growing debate for today's budding tennis professionals. John Isner did. Donald Young didn't. You make the call.
Andre Agassi injected energy, color and charisma into this genteel sport. But as we found out during his induction into the International Hall of Fame, his post-tennis endeavors mean a whole lot more.
Paul Scarpa has transcended tennis for 46 years -- and counting. And he didn't become the winningest coach in NCAA Division I history with cream-of-the-crop players or by taking on cupcake competition.
American John Isner and Donald Young both won their first career Grand Slam matches in the first round of the U.S. Open. But they took very different paths to get here, writes Greg Garber.
Rafael Nadal might be more dominant on clay than Roger Federer is on any other surface. Greg Garber writes how Nadal already is in elite company, and he's not yet 20 years old.