Venus Williams doesn't have Grand Slam-winning chops anymore, but she showed she can still compete at a high level, Greg Garber writes.
Anything less than a Grand Slam title from Kei Nishikori this season would be a disappointment, Greg Garber writes.
We may very well see a Williams sister hoisting the Aussie Open winner's trophy, but based on the opening week of 2015, it's not the sibling you'd think, Greg Garber writes.
Unpredictability was the common theme as another season comes to a close. But in the end, a familiar face ruled the field again.
When Serena Williams is fit and focused, she can't be beat -- as we saw in a demolition of Simona Halep in the championship of the WTA Finals, giving the world No. 1 a three-peat at this prestigious event.
After humiliating loss to Simona Halep earlier this week, world No. 1 Serena Williams has one thing on her mind for the championship of the WTA Finals: revenge.
Serena Williams should consider herself lucky for still hanging around, but sometimes things just work out.
Simona Halep has risen quickly in 2014, and she's maybe saved her best for last with a thrashing of Serena Williams in the WTA Finals, writes Greg Garber.
Serena Williams is no stranger to doubt and drama, but the good news is that she wouldn't have it any other way.
With chaos abound at the US Open, the world No.1 Serena Williams completes the last major in style.
What embarrassing Wimbledon episode are we talking about again? After Serena Williams' performance in the US Open final, the only thing we can do is savor her incredible feats.
After a disappointing year, world No. 1 Serena Williams has finally reached her first major final of year.
Serena Williams and Roger Federer each own 17 Grand Slam titles, but how do their other accomplishments stack up?
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.
Petra Kvitova's Wimbledon performance sent a stern warning to her competitors that she is here to stay, writes Greg Garber.