Justine Henin is trying to win her first Wimbledon title and Amelie Mauresmo is trying to repeat. But what other story lines are worth watching next week at The Championships?
Serena Williams won her eighth Grand Slam title in dominating fashion at the Australian Open. Pam Shriver writes how Williams proved she's the best total package in the game.
It was only one match, but Pam Shriver writes she was impressed by what she saw from Serena Williams in the first round.
Last year, Lindsay Davenport and Venus Williams played the longest final in the history of Wimbledon. While Williams won the final, Pam Shriver explains the epic match took its toll on both players.
The Open draw looks familiar, but Pam Shriver says Justine Henin-Hardenne is one of the clear favorites.
With three consecutive clay-court tournaments, Justine Henin-Hardenne proved she can win the French Open again.
The women's final turned on a dime with first Serena injured and then Davenport just crumbling.
Serena doesn't like to lose three matches in a row to anybody, so Sharapova probably won't reach the final.
Maria Sharapova came out strong against Serena Williams at the start.
Serena Williams should win this final, but Maria Sharapova should make it interesting.
Taking this year's Wimbledon title is crucial for a recovering Serena Williams. And she knows it.
Serena Williams has the edge against Jennifer Capriati on a grass court.
Serena Williams and Jennifer Capriati should both advance to a quarterfinals meeting.
Dramatic storylines lead off the second week of play at Wimbledon.
Either Serena or Venus Williams has won this title since '99. It's hard to think one won't again.
Unlike clay, grass plays into the strengths of players like Andy Roddick, Andre Agassi and the Williams sisters.