When Serena Williams is fit and focused, she can't be beat -- as we saw in a demolition of Simona Halep in the championship of the WTA Finals, giving the world No. 1 a three-peat at this prestigious event.
Welcome to Miami. The power trio is back in business, but how they fare is anyone's guess.
If you haven't heard, reports of Roger Federer's professional death were greatly exaggerated.
Serena Williams should consider herself lucky for still hanging around, but sometimes things just work out.
Down to his last point, Roger Federer started playing like the player we knew he was to completed a five-set comeback.
Two years after a shocking defeat to Lukas Rosol, world No. 1 Rafael Nadal finally got his revenge, writes Greg Garber.
Not much could get the crowd jazzed up after Novak Djokovic's win -- except Andy Murray's return to the final.
With Rafael Nadal's eighth French Open title, he's now set a new standard in tennis.
She has reinvented herself on many occasions, but this version of Serena Williams is simply dominating the tennis world, Greg Garber writes
After all his setbacks, that Grand Slam-winning feeling never left Roger Federer.
Ordinarily, a first-round win wouldn't mean so much to Serena Williams. But this was an exception.
The 124 pretenders have left the building, and we're down to the top four seeds. How fitting.
Maria Sharapova is looking suspiciously like the old Sharapova. And that's bad news for anyone standing in her way.
Still worried about the wrist? Juan Martin del Potro beat Robin Sodering in a 6-3, 6-2 smackdown and officially announced his return.
Kim Clijsters' ascent to the top ranking might be short-lived, but nonetheless, who's equipped to prevent her from Slam supremacy?
Rafael Nadal didn't scurry around the court like an old man in his Grand Slam return. But will his knees hold up?