Serena Williams is the heavy favorite to win the year-enders in Istanbul. But it wouldn't be nice if we didn't assess the other players' chances, too.
Marion Bartoli dreamed about winning a Grand Slam for a long time. Her dream came true.
With all the doom and gloom from this past week, Novak Djokovic keeps on rolling.
Marion Bartoli is no cookie-cutter player. She proved that in a dominant semifinal performance.
One of them had to go. Sloane Stephens took care of fellow American Jamie Hampton.
Before the turmoil and anxiety, the players were out prepping for Wimbledon. And not surprisingly, the mood was rather jolly.
It's a narrative no one saw coming: Watch out for the fierce American uprising on the red clay.
Fresh off her Sony Open title, Serena Williams earned a little time on the beach. But that's not the kind of dirt she'll have to contend with in the next couple of months.
Petra Kvitova is all about the power game and in the past few weeks, she has looked as sharp as she did when she won Wimbledon in 2011, Greg Garber writes.
A gloomy day at the All England Club devolved into a dark day for Maria Sharapova.
In a fortnight's time, we'll know if Roger Federer has one more Grand Slam in him.
Overlooked and undersized? Perhaps, but it didn't stop Sara Errani from reaching the French Open final.
Welcome to Miami. The power trio is back in business, but how they fare is anyone's guess.
Serena Williams has made a fine living coming out of the weeds. Look no further than her dominating Australian Open run thus far, if you need proof.
Serena made progress and Maria had her moments. But the 2011 WTA season will go down as one of the more deliciously weird ones we've seen in quite a while.
Year of the retro, eh? Serena Williams and Kim Clijsters were supposed to dominate 2011, but it didn't exactly work out that way.