All eyes are again on Roger Federer at the Olympics, but it's Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray who are in a rush to erase their Wimbledon disappointments.
It took two and a half years for Roger Federer to win a Grand Slam, but now that he has, the ripple effects could be quite interesting as it changes the dynamics in the men's Tour, Kamakshi Tandon writes.
Roger Federer and Andy Murray both will feel a lot of pressure in the Wimbledon final. So who will handle it better?
From au natural to all made up, makeup is a point of contention when it comes to tennis' major stars. Does it have a place on the court?
On paper, the Serena Williams-Agnieszka Radwanska final looks like a mismatch. But not so fast.
Novak Djokovic has owned Roger Federer lately, but there's a good reason that might end.
Serena says she has nothing to lose at Wimbledon, but we all know that ain't the truth.
Serena Williams hasn't snapped out of a prolonged funk. That won't work against Petra Kvitova.
Gilles Simon said earlier this week that men's tennis players should be paid more than women because their game is more entertaining. Turns out, they already make significantly more.
Rafael Nadal's stunning loss opens the door for many others. So who will take advantage?
You never quite know who's coming or going on the WTA tour these days. But we're here to help.
Andy Murray is under a heap of criticism these days. And he's loving every minute of it.
At some point, someone will find a way to break up the big three's dominance, right?
The big two have made it harder for Roger Federer to win titles, but they have also kept the Slam King on his toes.
Maria Sharapova won the French Open, and that's her least favorite surface. So a Wimbledon win is a no-brainer, right?
After two Grand Slam finals that have pushed the boundaries of the sport, what's in store if Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic clash at Wimbledon?