Forget the majors. Andy Roddick simply does not get enough credit for his copious career accomplishments.
Learning to assimilate to the Davis Cup atmosphere as a coach is not an easy undertaking. But Jim Courier found the right balance between teacher and student.
Melanie Oudin says the Fed Cup brings out the best in her. If only her fellow Americans felt the same way.
There's no time to bemoan a Williams sisters-less Fed Cup. This might not be a dream team, but the Americans are faring quite nicely for themselves.
It's not about the rankings. It's about the desire. Just ask the flamboyant Bethanie Mattek-Sands, who's hoping for a Fed Cup championship.
In retrospect, doesn't it seem silly that the Bryan brothers had to beg to make the U.S. Davis Cup squad? The doubles stalwarts are truly the linchpin of a team in transition.
Looking to lose those expanding love handles? Look no further than Mardy Fish, whose three-step diet program has him looking chiseled and healthy.
Although Taylor Dent's right-wing political views are no secret, he's been anything but conservative on the court since coming back from career-threatening injuries.
Although open to suggestions, the ITF is not considering a format change for Fed Cup competition, writes Sandy Harwitt.
Down on Rafael Nadal following a staggering 2009 season? Well he has three words for you: Davis Cup champ.
Is Melanie Oudin to blame for the U.S.'s loss in the Fed Cup final? Nope. The Williams sisters? An argument can me made. But let's also give credence to the powerhouse Italians.
No Williams sisters, no problem. Melanie Oudin is confident the fledgling U.S. team will be successful in the Fed Cup finale.
As the reigning U.S. Open champion, does comeback mom Kim Clijsters deserve special exemption into the Sony Ericsson year-end championship?
Simply, the best players in the world can't stay healthy enough to compete in the big events. But what, if anything, is being done to alleviate the demanding ATP schedule?
By his own admission, Nikolay Davydenko could perhaps be a little more aesthetically pleasing. But there was nothing ugly about his game in Shanghai.
Andre Agassi says the stranglehold that Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have on tennis is coming to an end. We beg to differ.