The collective state of U.S. tennis is a problem, but for John Isner, he's too busy winning to worry about that right now.
You might not believe it, there was a time when American men dominated. So what happened?
Sam Querrey played with some serious backbone over his two-day affair with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, but ultimately fell in five sets, writes Greg Garber.
Sam Querrey had a good night's sleep and then quickly finished off his rained-delayed match from Monday. That's getting it done.
John Isner knows aces, and it's no coincidence he cracked 23 of them in his first-round win at the French Open.
Last season was pretty much a washout for Sam Querrey. You wouldn't know that by his Aussie Open results so far.
Jack Sock channeled his inner Andy Roddick with a sweet showing Thursday.
The stars and stripes of men's tennis have not fared well in a decade. John Isner and Sam Querrey hope to change that.
Serena Williams took steps toward building her reign, while rain derailed Roger Federer for a day.
James Blake's retirement virtually ends a generation of American players.
No one is hotter than Rafael Nadal this summer, but an old friend could cool him down at the US Open.
So much went right for the newly minted Wimbledon champs, but not everyone left the grounds in a happy mood.
Not every American tennis plays enjoys life away from the homeland. Madison Keys is not one of them.
It's a narrative no one saw coming: Watch out for the fierce American uprising on the red clay.
For all the American doldrums, at least one man had always made the quarterfinals -- until now.
Not only is it likely the U.S. men will fail to win a Grand Slam singles title in 2013, but it could be years from now.