Venus Williams made no secret how badly she wanted to win the Olympics. But after another disappointing loss, we, again, have to question her future.
Don't be fooled. The Venus Williams and Andy Roddick we're seeing at the Olympics is not the same pair who withered away at Wimbledon.
Of course no American man is going to win the French. But that doesn't mean someone can't do a little damage on the dirt, right?
From an aching body to underwhelming performances to player-council contention, Rafael Nadal needs a break. And what do you know: The clay season is here.
You couldn't help but notice the look of angst on Rafael Nadal's face during the Indian Wells-Miami swing. But it could have been a lot worse.
Clearly, Victoria Azarenka rules the 2012 tennis season, but watch out for a couple of returning starlets.
Caroline Wozniacki finally met her match (so to speak). The world No. 1 and golfer Rory McIlroy rose to the top of the sporting sphere's glamour couples.
The Williams sisters envisioned a more favorable fortnight. It didn't work out -- for either one.
Venus Williams stumbled to victory. So was it good preparation or an ominous sign?
Venus Williams, Andy Roddick and all the Americans crashed out early in Oz. But for a handful of others, it was Down Under delight.
A post-Aussie letdown for Novak Djokovic and Kim Clijsters? Don't bet your bottom dollar.
We'll remember Kim Clijsters' jocular exchange with Todd Woodbridge for quite some time. But Woody isn't the only one who had to dig himself out of a hole in Week 1.
Another dire display from the U.S. means the pressure is on the three remaining Americans to do something -- anything.
Venus Williams' Aussie Open attire was overshadowed by a painful shriek in her previous match. Can she overcome her physical woes?
A virus hit Mardy Fish. Venus Williams came up lame. And Francesca Schiavone is playing on a bum leg. It hasn't been the healthiest of slams.
This special edition of the Power Rankings focuses solely on the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and U.S. Open.