Rafael Nadal is closing in on all-time Slam champ, but time is ticking -- and quickly -- for the Spaniard, according to most tennis experts.
Why does Lleyton Hewitt still bother to go out there? For moments like these.
Ray Lewis is trying to go out as a champion -- an ending that few in sports have managed to attain.
When Roger Federer was down and out, we were quick to write his eulogy. Everyone except Federer that is.
When it was all said and done, Novak Djokovic was ahead of the pack in 2012 as he played the most consistent tennis of the year, Greg Garber writes.
Pete Sampras heard about what he couldn't do for so long that he started to believe it. Then 10 years ago, he strolled into the U.S. Open one last time -- and remembered who he was.
Roger Federer isn't about to relinquish his regal status to anyone, as Bernard Tomic swiftly found out in Australia.
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.
The ongoing arms race for all-time supremacy is getting tighter and tighter. And at this rate, Rafael Nadal is making one heck of a case for himself.
Just like the days of yore, Pete Sampras stifled Andre Agassi with his mighty serve.
John McEnroe and Ivan Lendl don't don the short shorts or wield the wooden rackets anymore, but the competitive fire remains.
Together, Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras transcended tennis, but how well did they really know each other?
Having American standouts isn't absolutely essential to the viability of global tennis -- but it matters. So when will we see the next generation of U.S. stars?
A look back at the Grand Slam history of Pete Sampras and Roger Federer.
Who would think a suave citizen of the world and a gym rat would form such a strong friendship? But Roger Federer and Pete Sampras are inextricably bound by history.
To relive last year's epic Rafael Nadal-Roger Federer Wimbledon final is to hear it detailed in the words of those who witnessed it.