Failure to complete: Numbers behind the withdrawals on ATP Tour
Retiring mid-match or withdrawing from a tennis tournament is nothing new on the ATP Tour, but what do the numbers actually tell us?
What do those new Grand Slam rules really mean?
Yes, the powers that be want to speed up tennis. No, a shot clock hasn't been confirmed for the Australian Open main draw. We take a closer look at the Grand Slam Board's rule changes and how they will impact the sport.
Is Stepanek the right guy to get Djokovic back on track?
Novak Djokovic will return to the court in 2018 with a new voice guiding him. But realistically, how much of a difference can Radek Stepanek make?
Djokovic brings aboard Stepanek as coach
Novak Djokovic is bringing aboard former top-10 player Radek Stepanek as a coach.
Hewitt: Murray, Djokovic may struggle on return.
Two-time Grand Slam champion Lleyton Hewitt thinks Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic will both struggle to reclaim the top spot next year.
Why 2018 will be year of disruption in men's tennis
After a 2017 men's tennis season full of surprises, we can't wait to see what 2018 has in store. So here are five predictions for the coming year, when Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer had better watch their backs.
Venus and Serena Williams talk violence and its effects on them and others
Both legendary tennis players spoke of the murder of their sister Yetunde Price but also put forth solutions at private event in D.C.
Philippoussis: Surprise, Fed is the greatest.
Mark Philippoussis knows greatness when he sees it. So it's no wonder he thinks Roger Federer is the best to ever play the game.
Why it's a bad idea to underestimate David Goffin
David Goffin, all 150 pounds of him, has developed his game to the point where he has what it takes to topple tennis' Goliaths.
Jelena Dokic on her father's alleged abuse
Jelena Dokic contemplated suicide after alleged abuse at the hands of her father. In her autobiography, "Unbreakable," she discusses how she survived and recovered.
Shriver: Remembering the good times with Jana Novotna
Right now, we can only salute Jana Novotna's bravery. It's just too bad we need to be talking about this right now when she had so much more life to live.
Hall of Famer Jana Novotna, who died of cancer at 49, is best remembered for a heartbreaking defeat and the character & determination to overcome it. After losing to Steffi Graf despite a commanding 3rd set lead in the 1993 Wimbledon singles final, she cried on the shoulder of the Duchess of Kent, who famously consoled her. Novotna made it back to the finals twice & won the ‘98 title vs. Nathalie Tauziat.
Jimmy Connors, among others, owes success to Pancho Segura
Pancho Segura wasn't a towering figure like Rod Laver, but he left a mark far bigger than his stats show.
Congrats, Grigor Dimitrov, but what's next?
Yes, it might be unfair to ask about Grigor Dimitrov's future instead of celebrating his ATP World Tour Finals championship. But we've waited for so long for him to break through that we can't help ourselves.
Dimitrov beats Goffin, claims ATP title
Grigor Dimitrov beat David Goffin 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 to win the ATP World Tour Finals, the biggest title of his career.
Watch Serena's powerful new Gatorade ad
If you're looking for some inspiration to get you through the week, look no further than this Gatorade commercial starring Serena Williams, her infant daughter and some seriously awesome "sisters in sweat."
ICYMI: Dimitrov confirms superstar status
Few saw it coming, but Grigor Dimitrov carried off his win at the ATP Finals like a real superstar. Oh, and speaking of superstars, David Beckham also made an appearance. Here's what went down on the last day of the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
After an incredible unbeaten run, Grigor Dimitrov wins the ATP World Finals in London. Brad Gilbert (equipped with wooly hat) looks back on his impressive season:
Grigor Dimitrov has just won The ATP Finals, the biggest title of his career so far and a win that sees him finish the year as World No. 3. But the Bulgarian is looking forward to having some time away from the court in the off season: "It will be a great feeling when I wake up in the morning and don't have to go to training. I can do whatever I want. When you're a top tennis player you don't get that freedom," he said in his post-victory press conference.
Roger Federer did what?!?! The numbers behind his stellar season
Yes, Roger Federer's season came to a stunning end Saturday at the ATP World Tour Finals, but this was an otherwise sensational year. Don't believe us? Just check on these stats.
How Rafael Nadal helped turn around Grigor Dimitrov's season
Grigor Dimitrov is playing the best tennis of his life, and he can thank Rafael Nadal for the inspiration to get better.
Do WTA rankings need to be fixed?
Simona Halep claimed year-end No. 1 status with just one win in 2017 and no career Grand Slams. Does the WTA rankings system need to be overhauled?
Will we see more of Venus Williams in 2018? Depends on who you ask
Venus Williams fell short in the WTA Finals, but she can leave the 2017 season with nothing but positive takeaways.
Done again? Why Martina Hingis decided to retire for a third time
Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised Martina Hingis retired from tennis ... again. After all, her career has been as bizarre as it was successful.
Hingis, 25-time Grand Slam champ, to retire
Swiss star Martina Hingis, who has won 25 Grand Slam singles and doubles titles during her Hall of Fame career, is retiring after the WTA Finals.
Shortening the tennis season not the answer to preventing injuries
Milos Raonic called for a shorter tennis season, but that alone won't solve the number of injuries that have sidelined so many of the top players.
Raonic calls for schedule reform after Japan win
After returning to the ATP Tour in style with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Viktor Troicki at the Japan Open on Tuesday, Milos Raonic called for a review of how the sport is run.
Sharapova, Kyrgios join Puig's relief efforts for Puerto Rico
Determined to help her beloved Puerto Rico after the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria, Monica Puig started a relief fund -- and Maria Sharapova and Nick Kyrgios were quick to lend a hand.
Billie Jean King and Emma Stone on tennis imitating life in 'Battle of the Sexes'
In Battle of the Sexes, Emma Stone re-creates Billie Jean King's epic 1973 showdown against Bobby Riggs. But first she had to get a few tennis lessons from the legend herself. No pressure.
In 'Battle of the Sexes,' Billie Jean King was undefeated
The 1970s tennis star was a trailblazer in more ways than one.
On this date: King defeats Riggs in 'Battle of the Sexes.'
On September 20, 1973, Billie Jean King defeated Bobby Riggs in just three sets in what become known as the "Battle of the Sexes." King's victory is considered a milestone in women's tennis as the public began accepting women in the sport.
Sharapova quiets critics, claims she's moved on
Maria Sharapova has dismissed the more outspoken critics of her drug suspension, saying they 'don't have the facts' and that she doesn't 'take them into consideration'.
Maria Sharapova on 'The Daily Show'
Maria Sharapova describes her grunting as "consistently loud" and stands by the way she characterized Serena Williams in "Unstoppable."
Maria Sharapova explains why 'Unstoppable' is the right title for her memoir
She admits that Serena Williams has "owned" her, but Sharapova says her journey to the United States as a kid and her return from a failed drug test prove her fortitude. And wait until you hear how she went to great lengths to grow to 6-2.