It's a country that has endured more than a decade of war and economic turmoil. But suddenly, Serbia is germinating some of the best tennis players in the world.
Most athletes don't turn down scholarships to USC. But Sam Querrey's decision to turn pro was the right choice for America's top teen on tour.
Following a season that was filled with disappointment, American Robby Ginepri is eager for 2007 to start, writes Bonnie DeSimone.
Wimbledon has long conformed to the all-white dress code. But red knickers and man-bags have defied this tradition. Bonnie DeSimone takes a walk down the 2007 fashion runway.
For American tennis, 2006 was considered a down year. Bonnie DeSimone looks ahead and explains why 2007 will be better for the United States.
A wrist injury has sidelined Kim Clijsters since August. Bonnie DeSimone writes on Clijsters' return and her plans to retire after 2007.
Predator rhymes with Federer, who will be an overwhelming favorite against American tennis player/rapper Vince Spadea. Bonnie DeSimone explains.
Tennis is a sport where most players are done by the age of 30. Conchita Martinez was the exception. Bonnie DeSimone explains.
Ivan Ljubicic is playing the best tennis of his career, but he knows beating Roger Federer on Sunday is a tough proposition.
From Hingis' comeback to Sharapova's health, Bonnie DeSimone previews the 2006 season on the WTA Tour.
Donald Young last week thought he'd wrapped up the 2005 Junior Boys World Championship. But as Bonnie DeSimone writes, Young has one more hurdle to clear to become the youngest player ever to win the championship.
Which ensemble cast will make the curtain call in L.A.? Three of the eight spots are up for grabs.