Now that the 2012 Grand Slam season is over, we can look back and realize that Serena Williams was tennis' most dominant figure, Ravi Ubha writes.
Serena Williams breezed through the latter stages of Madrid, but does she have enough stamina to duplicate that performance in Rome?
The heroics of Novak Djokovic left us with many indelible memories. But there were some miserable Melbourne moments we can't soon forget.
Blown calls, racket rampage and the abysmal Americans. Let's just say it was an interesting first week in the land of Oz.
Understandably, it's hard to look beyond the favorites in Australia. But there are a few Slam-less hopefuls who could (we reiterate, could) win that maiden major.
Ryan Harrison shouldn't feel too bad about his loss to Andy Murray. Samantha Stosur, though, leaves Melbourne on a pretty sad note.
Andy Murray's plan when he takes on Ryan Harrison in Melbourne? Make the hot-headed American lose his cool.
The 2012 season has barely kicked off, yet we've had a season's worth of drama on the WTA Tour. Who will get her act together?
They've fought all season long. Now, the WTA's best take their final act to the year-end championships.
Victoria Azarenka's secret to success is not complicated. She's happy on -- and off -- the court. That's trouble for her opponents at the Rome Masters.
Caroline Wozniacki's next stop in her quest for a maiden major title takes place in Madrid. Can she surmount a star-studded field?
David Ferrer. Julia Goerges. Nicolas Almagro. They might not command your attention the way, say, Rafael Nadal does, but we're digging their craft on clay.