Andy was sure dandy in London earlier this year (see his gold medal for proof). And Murray didn't start off too shabby in front of his home crowd at the World Tour Finals, either.
Novak Djokovic was the undisputed winner of the Asian swing. Now, with the World Tour Finals on the horizon, Ravi Ubha sizes up the game's top eight players.
Andy Murray was all giddy with his new gold in London. Serena Williams walloped the field. And then there was Novak Djokovic, who looked anything but dominant.
JoWilfried Tsonga's 25-23 third-set win over Milos Raonic may have been his redemption at Wimbledon, but it was Novak Djokovic's dominance over Andy Roddick that stole the show, Ravi Ubha writes.
He's No. 1 and on his best surface. But can Roger Federer take care of his opponents and the pressure to land the elusive gold?
Although Roger Federer played spot-on aggressive tennis, something was clearly wrong with Novak Djokovic.
You've likely heard by now that a few eyeballs are on Andy Murray. But if he's going to win Wimbledon, he'd better play with some more pep in his step.
The Frenchmen have invaded Australia. Now one of them just needs to win this thing.
Nine things we learned about the top nine players at the World Tour Finals, Ravi Ubha writes.
Roger Federer may have gone Slam-less in 2011, but winning the World Tour Finals is one heck of a consolation prize.
Roger Federer may be the king of the year-enders, but don't overlook Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's growing confidence.
Roger Federer, the lone member of the big four left in London, should have no problems from here on out in the World Tour Finals, right?
If you enjoy superstars and drama, Day 1 at the World Tour Finals was a good place to be, thanks to Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.
Can Rafael Nadal end the season in style? Can Novak Djokovic snap out of his funk? We'll find out at the World Tour Finals.
Nine Masters Series tournaments have come and gone. And you don't need to look beyond a certain sublime Serb to figure out who ran away with the MVP honors.
Someone in the big four usually pulls through, but there are others (hello, Jo-Willy) who won't have any mercy in Bercy.