For nearly a year, we've questioned Rafael Nadal's knees, but now we finally get to talk about his racket, which ruled Indian Wells.
Rafael Nadal took down Roger Federer handily at Indian Wells, but this latest match was about cherishing the rivalry, not the result.
You really need to try hard to figure out what all that jibber-jabber is coming from the players. Thankfully, we figured it out.
So much was on the line in Monday's Rafael Nadal-Novak Djokovic championship match. And just think, if rain hadn't intervened, it would have ended on a Sunday. And that's just one thing I know I think.
He plays with grace and unparalleled efficiency. Novak Djokovic simply had too much game for Roger Federer in Rome.
When I'm feeling blue, all I have to do ... is deal with it and win like Roger Federer.
You know, if they'd just listen. Maria Sharapova and Andy Murray prefer to do things their way, and that's great, if you're a fan of second place.
Like peanut butter and jelly, John Isner and that marathon-man moniker just kind of go together. But that all changed at Indian Wells.
Here's how the match between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer unfolded at the Australian Open.
Was Rafael Nadal's criticism of Roger Federer a selfish rant by a player fed up with his own ailments, or was Nadal looking out for the greater good of the game?
In the what-have-you-done-for-me-lately world we call sports, we're left with this: It's good to be Roger Federer, not Novak Djokovic.
There's one person who can help preserve Roger Federer's place atop the all-time Grand Slam list. His name is Novak Djokovic.
Does Caroline Wozniacki deserve the top ranking? Why can't Andy Murray win a major? Have these questions ever been asked before? Yes, and we're tired of talking about it.
We know you love Roger Federer, and we know you can't stand the thought of his demise. But it's time we accept Novak Djokovic as the other half of tennis's marquee matchup.
By now, Roger Federer's latest Grand Slam title has sunk in. But be honest: How many of you truly believed his reign would continue in 2010?
In memory of Michael Jackson, we give you the top five Wimbledon "Thrillers" since 1990.