The thing about the Serena Williams-Maria Sharapova rivalry? It's not really a rivalry.
Welcome back, MIA champions. Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka will return to Madrid -- but this time, it'll be on the daunting red clay.
Since his return to the tour, Rafael Nadal is 12-1, has won two titles and has spent quite a bit of time trying to defuse expectations that he's back to 100 percent, Peter Bodo writes.
While the tennis world has been obsessing over Rafael Nadal's knee, the WTA has a pretty good race for No. 1 going in Qatar this weekend, Peter Bodo writes.
Some things never change, or so it seems. With the top four men's seeds reaching the Aussie semis, it's going to be a long year for the contenders.
Judging from her start in Brisbane, Serena Williams looks to begin her 2013 season just like she ended 2012, dominating the WTA Tour, Peter Bodo writes.
Yes, we know you, the tennis junkies out there, know the best matches of 2012, but do you recall the top stinkers? Pete Bodo sure does.
Who hacked the rankings system anyway? After all, we all know Serena Williams is the true world No. 1 player.
Maria Sharapova apparently bleeds Russian red. But her patriotism only seems to show up when it's convenient for her.
Success at Wimbledon means, well, squat at the Olympics. Just ask former finalists Tomas Berdych and Agnieszka Radwanska.
Roger Federer and Serena Williams are two of the all-time greatest. Now they just need to top off their résumés with a little gold.
This weekend, Serena Williams upped her 2012 record to 34-3 and has won 28 of her past 29 matches. A source of inspiration for her newfound dominance could well be the chance to win Olympic gold in London, Peter Bodo writes.
Agnieszka Radwanska has plenty of gifts, but will that matter versus Serena Williams?
Perhaps Maria Sharapova won't even need her workout deodorant by the time she's finished with Sara Errani. But you never know.
Maria Sharapova. The new Rafael Nadal on clay courts. So it goes without saying that the Italian Open champ will win the French Open, right?
You know the saga: The Americans cave on clay. But this past weekend, John Isner and Serena Williams left us with a mouthful of optimism.