The big guys each have one huge win in 2012. So it all comes down to this at the U.S. Open.
The tennis season is grueling enough, but add in the Olympics and it's utter chaos. What does this mean for the U.S. Open?
Roger Federer has a marvelous opportunity to put his legacy out of reach.
After an auspicious start in 2008, injuries derailed the rest of Maria Sharapova's season. Now healthy and hungry, she is among a handful of stars seeking a new beginning.
Worn out. Taxed. Battered. Did anyone say the Olympics wouldn't hamper the players? Just ask Roger Federer, who needed five grueling sets to defeat Igor Andreev at the U.S. Open.
A fragile season has left many wondering what the state of Roger Federer's game -- and mind -- really are.
Ostensibly, Andy Roddick, the current face of the U.S. Davis Cup team, would be the first to punch a ticket for the summer Olympics. However, the American's decision to eschew Beijing and focus on the U.S. Open has raised some eyebrows.
With the U.S. Open looming, the Olympic spirit proved to be only so inspiring for Andy Roddick and Roger Federer.