Can't deny the comparisons to Martina Navratilova. That's how impressive Petra Kvitova's game is.
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?
The Williams sisters have been utterly dominant at Wimbledon, and no matter what their Russian opponents bring to the table, will it be enough?
The Serbs are struggling, while the Williams sisters, beset by injuries, have seen little action since Wimbledon. The Beijing winner might be the player who stays the healthiest.
Dazzling arrays of shot-making and a high level of play in this year's Wimbledon final were a stark contrast to what we have seen between the Williams sisters in the past.
Venus Williams is the defending champion at Wimbledon, and Ravi Ubha writes she'll reach the final once again. However, sister Serena could very well be waiting for her.
From a watershed 2001 U.S. Open, to a memorable final at Wimbledon in 2003, Ravi Ubha reviews the top five Williams sisters head-to-head moments.
What separates Serena Williams from Venus? Look no further than how they closed out their Australian Open quarterfinal matches.
Don't miss a beat of the women's final. Ravi Ubha will provide instant analysis through the duration of the match.