Serena Williams is on a hot streak. Victoria Azarenka owns the year's only major title. Will either of them come up victorious in France? Our writers debate.
With Week 1 of the Australian Open in the books, Serena Williams still looks like the player to beat. But don't rule out Victoria Azarenka or Maria Sharapova, eitiher. Or how about a first-time Grand Slam winner?
Serena Williams had quite a resurgence in 2012, but what does the future hold? Our writers weigh in with their predictions for 2013 and beyond.
Serena Williams won Wimbledon and the Olympic gold medal. She is the favorite at the U.S. Open, according to our panel.
Serena Williams has always done things her way. With her 14th Grand Slam singles title secured, she can stay competitive for as long as she is determined to do so.
Who is the face of women's sports? Our espnW roundtable answers an elusive question.
With her dominating performance in Madrid, Serena Williams is once again the center of the tennis universe. Her wins over the top two ranked players prove that when she is on, she is unbeatable.
Serena Williams made a bold declaration against love, so how will her decision to swear off men for the next decade affect her game? Pretty well, say our contributors.
Serena's loss opens up the Australian Open for the rest of the field. Sharapova? Wozniacki? Clijsters? Our columnists disagree on who will take advantage.