John Isner fought with gusto and heart, but after 8 hours, 27 minutes on court the past two days, it was too much.
Most experts have Rafael Nadal winning the French Open title, but at the moment, the seven-time champ looks a bit frazzled.
What on earth allows Jack Sock to survive on a surface so many of his U.S. compatriots dislike so much?
Who would have thought Gael Monfils would produce the biggest upset of the tournament thus far?
See that photo of an exultant Rafael Nadal? If he's that good on hard courts, what's to stop him on clay?
It looked like a great matchup on paper, but Serena Williams dominated Maria Sharapova to win her record sixth Sony Open title, Greg Garber writes.
For all the American doldrums, at least one man had always made the quarterfinals -- until now.
The top seeds are falling -- and no we're not talking hoops. Serena Williams almost joined this dubious club.
Now that it's over, it's time to start celebrating Andy Roddick's grand career.
Roger Federer has a marvelous opportunity to put his legacy out of reach.
A broken body. Six years out of the game. Who cares? Brian Baker is a healed man who will have a shot at redemption in Paris.
There's nothing more to really say. Mardy Fish's loss was the most recent reminder that U.S. tennis needs some help.
It was good while it lasted. But the U.S.' senior citizens (not you, Venus) bit the dust.
If Wimbledon was a sad ending for Roger Federer, the U.S. Open had to be utterly disheartening.
When will the matches begin? When will the tournament end? Only the weather lords know.
Serena Williams returned to the scene of the crime. And this time, she was on her best behavior.