The reigning French Open and Wimbledon champions were both felled in the first round. What does that say about the state of women's tennis?
Dropping out of the rankings due to injuries in 2010, Sabine Lisicki has climbed back to No. 26 on the strength of a monster serve.
Despite her No. 172 ranking, a poll says she's again the most popular female sports star in the U.S. Sister Venus is second.
The former world No. 1 plans to play a lot before the U.S. Open in hopes of getting back on top of her game.
With older stars fading, the new Wimbledon champ makes a statement for the younger generation, just in the nick of time.
Sharapova, with three Grand Slam titles, is the only former champion remaining in the field after all of Monday's upsets.
Women's tennis lacks dominant players and compelling rivalries. Will someone take advantage and emerge as the new star?