Behind world No. 1 Serena Williams, the women's field is in disarray these days.
Historically falling short in majors, Japanese star Kei Nishikori is showing off his unlimited talent at the US Open.
Li Na is only the latest player to call it quits prematurely, but the Chinese star leaves behind a legacy fully intact.
Inspired by Justine Henin, a new wave of smaller players with big games will be at the US Open.
John Isner & Co. love the New York atmosphere but a title run seems unlikely, writes Kamakshi Tandon.
A couple of oldies in Roger Federer and Serena Williams lead the way in our hard-court rankings heading into the US Open.
In the midst of arguably his finest year on tour, can Rafael Nadal finally make his mark during the post-US Open stretch?
The fall was once about indoor events in Europe, but the Asian swing now increasingly dominates on the WTA Tour.
Maria Sharapova's withdrawal from the US Open was foretold by a mysterious series of chaotic coaching changes and a lack of playing time this summer.
Serena Williams has been so good for so long that it's easy to take her for granted, but that's a disservice to an all-time great who, at 31, keeps working harder and getting better.
There's speculation that Roger Federer could replicate Pete Sampras' 2002 US Open run, but their situations aren't as similar as they seem.
Roger Federer has won 17 Grand Slam titles, and every one of them has been special in its own way, Kamakshi Tandon writes.
Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka continue their growing rivalry in the semifinals, but can either challenge Serena Williams?
At this stage of her career, Serena Williams is finding success by breaking from habits that used to make her an extremely unconventional tennis player, Kamakshi Tandon writes.
Only Juan Martin del Potro stands in the way of Andy Roddick and his farewell speech.
They grew up watching players lift Grand Slam trophies at their age. But today's young players face a longer wait.