After an exhausting sojourn to Sochi, Maria Sharapova is happy to return her attention to the tennis court.
Novak Djokovic has done some quirky things during his career. Taking risks off the court and with his new superstar coach seem to be serving him well, writes Sandra Harwitt.
If Maria Sharapova wants to be remembered as something more than just another great player who couldn't beat Serena Williams, she'd better turn around their rivalry -- right now.
If Serena Williams can keep this pace up, we'll be in store for some historic drama in the next few years.
Roger Federer is adding Stefan Edberg to his team, part of a recent trend of top tennis players hiring ex-stars as coaches.
The name of the game is the serve. It comes as no surprise that the best players in the game execute this shot better than anyone else.
Exactly one year ago, as the world's best tennis players faced each other in London at the season-ending finale, Rafael Nadal couldn't even practice.
Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, voted the eighth-most influential Hispanic female athlete of all time, showed she'd be a force in tennis by beating Steffi Graf to win the French Open at 17.
Roberta Vinci will face a fellow Italian in the US Open quarterfinals for the second straight year.
Venus Williams has come back from adversity before in her career. Will the US Open provide the latest opportunity for the tennis star to prove her capacity for success?
Tennis pro John Isner talks about his experience posing nude in ESPN The Magazine's 2013 Body Issue.
We look at one pivotal scene from the Nine for IX film, "Venus VS.," a moment when Venus Williams stood up for more than just herself and a service point.
It came as no surprise that Rafael Nadal ruled the French Open again, but there were some shockers during the fortnight (see Federer, Roger).
Maria Sharapova outlasted a longtime rival and Victoria Azarenka swept a close friend to advance to a semifinal matchup with each other.
From the language in Paris to the clay at Roland Garros, Americans -- with the possible exception of Serena Williams -- are out of their element at the French Open.
Maria Sharapova beats virtually everyone else in the game but the space between her and Serena Williams is gulf-like. David Ferrer has done well, except against the Big Four. What explains the gap?