World No. 1 Serena Williams is playing her best tennis heading into the season's final Grand Slam.
Seven-time Grand Slam champ Venus Williams suddenly looks like a serious threat in New York.
It's performances like the one she had Wednesday that prove Venus Williams is very much a viable player, writes Greg Garber.
With Serena Williams and Li Na eliminated, who benefits in this wide-open field? Greg Garber examines.
Despite hiccup in Charleston, world No. 1 Serena Williams is hoping to cruise through the clay season again, writes Greg Garber.
Despite an ordinary season so far, world No. 1 Serena Williams owns the Sony Open, Greg Garber writes.
With Serena Williams again absent, which player will deliver in the desert?
Jack Sock channeled his inner Andy Roddick with a sweet showing Thursday.
Marion Bartoli dreamed about winning a Grand Slam for a long time. Her dream came true.
Marion Bartoli is no cookie-cutter player. She proved that in a dominant semifinal performance.
Not every American tennis plays enjoys life away from the homeland. Madison Keys is not one of them.
It's almost hard to remember, but Venus Williams was once considered the best grass-court player of her generation.
It's a narrative no one saw coming: Watch out for the fierce American uprising on the red clay.
On the day Andy Roddick said this will be it for him, Venus Williams did little to soothe the sorrows of the U.S. tennis fans.
A couple of extra gray hairs and wrinkles. No big deal. After all, tennis is now a game for the oldies.
Finally, we know who from the red, white and blue will shoot for the gold. And, let's just say, there is a lot of opportunity.