Fresh off her Sony Open title, Serena Williams earned a little time on the beach. But that's not the kind of dirt she'll have to contend with in the next couple of months.
If anything, the Sony Open has showed us the fighter in Serena Williams.
Rafael Nadal lost to Juan Martin del Potro at MSG, but he showed his knee is ready to tackle hard courts -- at least for now.
Petra Kvitova is all about the power game and in the past few weeks, she has looked as sharp as she did when she won Wimbledon in 2011, Greg Garber writes.
Victoria Azarenka and Serena Williams. It's the best rivalry in women's tennis -- and it comes with plenty of drama.
From a 17-year-old girl to a 30-year-old woman, one thing remains the same: those championship trophies.
Serena Williams has found her next gear. That might be a problem for Agnieszka Radwanska.
When you're No. 1, you play with a bull's-eye on your back, as Novak Djokovic and Victoria Azarenka found out.
Being the best in the business, yes, it comes at a price -- one that carries a lot of burden.
At some point, Victoria Azarenka's streak had to end. And Marion Bartoli was more than happy to help out.
It was good while it lasted. But the U.S.' senior citizens (not you, Venus) bit the dust.
Victoria Azarenka played a less-than-perfect match. Nonetheless, she moves into the Sony Ericsson Open quarterfinals with a perfect record.
Welcome to Miami. The power trio is back in business, but how they fare is anyone's guess.
One year ago, Novak Djokovic waltzed into Indian Wells and dominated everyone in his way. Not much has changed.
Victoria Azarenka always had the game. Now she has the hardware we've long been expecting.
Serena Williams has made a fine living coming out of the weeds. Look no further than her dominating Australian Open run thus far, if you need proof.