Novak Djokovic is the master of Melbourne. But what obstacles await him in his quest to hoist the trophy for a third straight time?
Two-time French Open finalist Robin Soderling, sidelined by mono the past 18 months, has his sights on a return but concedes that his playing days might be behind him.
Someone needs to fill the big shoes Andy Roddick left. And who better than Sam Querrey (who happens to have really big shoes) to lead the Yanks?
Of course no American man is going to win the French. But that doesn't mean someone can't do a little damage on the dirt, right?
The wunderkind took the Aussie by storm in his opener. What's next for Bernard Tomic?
The more you win, the less vacation time you have. But that's OK with Mardy Fish.
Sam Querry's downward spiral was so severe that he found himself in the Triple-A of tennis. But hitting rock bottom is exactly what he needed.
The American men bear the right attitude. But there's nothing to suggest the French Open is anything but another extended tuneup for the grass season.
Mardy Fish entered his first-round match in Oz sapped of energy. But for Sam Querrey, he left feeling even worse.
Not only are we breaking down Monday's blockbuster matches at Wimbledon but we're forecasting the winners.
Davis Cup greenhorns on the dreaded red clay. Can the Americans do anything to prevent a black-and-blue beat-down versus Serbia in the first round of Davis Cup?
Though it's too little, too late for Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams' hunger is showing on the court -- and off it.