Not a shabby two-week stretch for Novak Djokovic, who emphatically proved why he's the game's top dog.
Novak Djokovic bagged three sets to win the U.S. Open title, but it was one 27-shot rally that changed the momentum for good.
Just like old times for Serena Williams, whose loss at the U.S. Open was overshadowed by another ballistic moment.
Serena Williams hits ball harder than anyone. Caroline Wozniacki found that out the hard way.
If Wimbledon was a sad ending for Roger Federer, the U.S. Open had to be utterly disheartening.
Andy Roddick had hoped to reawaken his mojo of past success. Rafael Nadal had his own agenda.
The rain has caused quite a stir, but it's still no match for Roger Federer.
Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray breezed into the quarterfinals, and boy, did they need that.
Lleyton Hewitt beat Pete Sampras in the 2001 men's final at the U.S. Open. Two days later, 15 miles away, the world changed forever.
When will the matches begin? When will the tournament end? Only the weather lords know.
The rain has everyone on edge, including the players, who say they're not feeling protected.
The rain disrupted just about everyone at the U.S Open -- except Roger Federer.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga says he's at his best when nothing is in his head. Against Mardy Fish, he tossed a classic no-brainer.
Novak Djokovic looked dazed and confused for well over an hour -- until he decided to play like his world No. 1 ranking.
There's a physical price to pay in this punishing sport known as tennis. Just ask Rafael Nadal.
They say the young grow up so fast. But that wasn't the case for Donald Young. Until he finally got the memo.