Four years ago, it was Juan Martin del Potro who got the best out of Roger Federer. Even though the protagonists were the same, history wasn't about to repeat itself, Greg Garber writes.
This was a comeback that was astonishing by even Rafael Nadal's own absurdly high standards.
This one didn't come easily for Serena Williams, but she's sprinting full stride into tennis history.
Love him or hate him, Rafael Nadal is the hottest player in the land.
It's easy to take Novak Djokovic's sustained excellence for granted -- but urge you not to.
Andy Murray simply self-destructed and played anything like the Grand Slam champion he has become.
Rafael Nadal has a way of making hard-court tennis look easy. Tommy Robredo found that out.
If you're looking for the two guys who'd most like to see the Bryan brothers stumble in their season Grand Slam quest, look no further than Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek.
Down 5-2 in the fifth set against a former US Open champ? No sweat for Mikhail Youzhny.
A year ago, Tommy Robredo could not even have imagined facing Rafael Nadal in the US Open quarterfinals.
The Bryan brothers' signature move, the run and chest bump, comes with its share of perils. But after years of bumps and bruises, they're getting pretty good at it.
Moments after Roger Federer lost, Rafael Nadal found himself in a tussle. But then Rafa played like Rafa.
Even though Roger Federer has been struggling, his loss at the US Open came out of nowhere.
Tim Smyczek was the last hope. But that was too much pressure for the lone American in the draw.
The Bryan brothers lived dangerously in the third round of the US Open. But like they have in every Grand Slam match for more than a year, they found a way to win.
The third round is not yet over, but there's only one American left in the men's draw -- evidence that the wait for the next U.S. player to win the US Open will go into its second decade, Greg Garber writes.