Larry Stefanki helped the likes of Andy Roddick, Tim Henman and even John McEnroe take their games to a new level. Ravi Ubha asks, with Roddick gone, where will Stefanki land next?
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.
Roger Federer is the Wimbledon champ and new No. 1. Andy Murray showed heart. This was one heck of a tournament, wasn't it?
Petra Kvitova is a lovely girl. But that'll mean nothing when she faces Maria Sharapova.
For a moment, it looked like Maria Sharapova might find herself on the same plane out of Melbourne as Serena Williams. And then she dug deep.
Understandably, it's hard to look beyond the favorites in Australia. But there are a few Slam-less hopefuls who could (we reiterate, could) win that maiden major.
You can bet that fierce Andy Roddick-Lleyton Hewitt rivalry is still very much alive.
Novak Djokovic ruled the tennis world in 2011. But it's a new year, and a couple of former tennis kings are looking to reclaim their throne.
Roger Federer may have gone Slam-less in 2011, but winning the World Tour Finals is one heck of a consolation prize.
If you enjoy superstars and drama, Day 1 at the World Tour Finals was a good place to be, thanks to Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.
Gilles Muller wasn't what you would call a disciplined player for a good part of his career. But he's ready to make the best out of his newfound determination.
There's little more we can say about Novak Djokovic's ascendance. But let's not forget the other players who made significant strides in 2012.
How loud can you scream, Victoria Azarenka? Reaching unparalleled decibel levels, the Wimbledon finale could be one loud encounter.
The Williams sisters envisioned a more favorable fortnight. It didn't work out -- for either one.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands' curious choice of attire only seems to get, well, more curious. But her Wimbledon apparel takes the cake.
A rejuvenated Frenchman playing on his home turf: You would have thought tough circumstances might blunt Novak Djokovic -- just a little.