Azarenka won't leave son, may skip US Open
Two-time Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka says her participation in the US Open is in doubt because she might not be able to bring her baby with her to New York as a result of her separation from his father.
Nadal, Pliskova ward off upset bug at Cincy
Rafael Nadal beat Richard Gasquet in two sets, and fellow No. 1 seed Karolina Pliskova also advanced on a day when other top players weren't so fortunate.
Makarova stuns Kerber in marathon match.
Ekaterina Makarova held her nerve to defeat third seed Angelique Kerber in an epic final set tie-break.
Pliskova kicks off Cinci title defence in style.
Defending champion Karolina Pliskova is through to the third round of the Southern Open after beating Natalia Vikhlyantseva.
Serena Williams unveils pictures, emotions from Vogue photo shoot
With the birth of her baby nearing, Serena Williams appears in Vogue's September issue with a stunning photo shoot and candid interview. "If anything, this pregnancy has given me a new power," she told the magazine.
What you should know about rising stars of men's tennis
After 20-year-old Alexander Zverev's surprising Rogers Cup victory over Roger Federer, it's a good time to take a closer look at the rising stars of men's tennis as they chase down a spot in the 21-and-under Next Gen ATP Finals.
Zverev: Beating Federer is 'very special.'
Alexander Zverev spoke following his victory over Roger Federer in the Rogers Cup final.
Federer latest to pull out of Cincinnati event
Roger Federer will not play in the Western & Southern Open, as the Cincinnati-based tournament announced Monday that he is unable to compete due to a back injury.
Zverev takes Rogers title over Fed
Alexander Zverev ousts Roger Federer in straight sets to win the Rogers Cup, tying the Swiss ace with five tournament wins this year.
Zverev stuns Federer to win Rogers Cup title.
No. 4 seed Alexander Zverev upset Roger Federer 6-3 6-4 in the Rogers Cup final to capture his fifth ATP title of the year.
Stosur: 'very, very happy with the career I've had'
The Queenslander is encouraged by the longevity of the Williams sisters, and others, but she also admits to feeling differently about tennis now that far more of her competitive years are behind her than ahead.
Svitolina: I had a small chance and I took it.
Elina Svitolina reflects on Roger Cup victory after defeating Caroline Wozniacki in final.
Svitolina stuns Wozniacki in Toronto.
Elina Svitolina defeats Caroline Wozniacki 6-4, 6-0 to with the 2017 Rogers Cup title.
Why a locked-in Madison Keys is a US Open threat
With a wrist injury behind her and a victory on her home soil under her belt, Madison Keys looks primed to reach new heights and position herself as the next American star.
Five early US Open predictions
The grass season may have only just closed, but the North American hard-court swing that centres on the US Open is on the minds of players already.
Wawrinka, Sharapova injuries more proof no one is safe this summer
Stan Wawrinka is merely the latest star to go down this summer. At this rate, we have no idea who will be healthy heading into the US Open.
Wawrinka's season ends due to knee injury
Stan Wawrinka will not defend his US Open title after he confirmed he will miss the rest of the 2017 season with an injury.
Injured Kyrgios retires against Sandgren in Citi Open.
Australia's Nick Kyrgios retired with an injury during his second round match with Tennys Sandgren in the Citi Open.
Wimbledon junior champ Claire Liu is having a ball
Wimbledon girls' singles champion Claire Liu is having a huge year, but it wasn't long ago that the 17-year-old American was calling herself "terrible." It turns out all her game was missing was self-confidence.
Claire Liu wins Wimbledon Girls' title.
Claire Liu became the first American girl to win the Wimbledon junior singles since Chanda Rubin in 1992, after defeating compatriot Ann Li 6-2, 5-7, 6-2.
Serena's celebrity '50s-themed baby shower
Serena Williams brought out the A-listers to what seemed like the set of "Grease" for her '50s-themed baby shower.
What John Isner can learn from Sam Querrey
John Isner has won back-to-back titles since Wimbledon, and while that's encouraging, he needs to figure out how to step up when it really matters -- like fellow American Sam Querrey.
Isner beats Harrison for 4th Atlanta Open title
John Isner rode an overpowering service game to his fourth BB&T Atlanta Open title, beating fellow American Ryan Harrison 7-6 (6), 7-6 (7) on Sunday.
WATCH: Isner's championship match point.
John Isner defeats fellow American Ryan Harrison 7-6(6), 7-6(7) to win his fourth Atlanta Open title.
Sloane Stephens works her way back from foot injury
Former Citi Open champion falls in first round but is still alive in doubles.
Arthur Ashe led the charge for Washington, D.C., to host Citi Open
Ashe wanted to get 'black faces to come out and watch the tennis'
Timeline of black tennis history
The rich history of black people and tennis in the United States goes back nearly 110 years. It includes names like Althea Gibson, Arthur Ashe, Zina Garrison, and Venus and Serena Williams. It also includes some little-known tidbits.
Will long hiatus help Novak Djokovic reinvent himself?
Like Roger Federer did last season, Novak Djokovic is calling it quits for 2017, but there are no guarantees the Serb will rebound in the same manner.
While world No. 4 Novak Djokovic will miss the rest of the 2017 season, there will at least be a familiar face returning alongside him next year. Addressing his fans during a live Facebook video, the 12-time Grand Slam champion said: "I'm looking forward to building my body, my game and my team -- I'm happy to share that Andre Agassi has committed to stay with me next year."
No regrets for Hall of Famers Roddick and Clijsters
Andy Roddick and Kim Clijsters, 2017 International Tennis Hall of Fame inductees, don't have any regrets about leaving the game early, even while contemporaries such as Roger Federer and the Williams sisters continue to thrive.
Wimbledon: Highlights and best bits
From flying ants to flying volleys, here's a roundup of the best bits from Wimbledon 2017.
Why Federer's achievements defy reality
The Wimbledon title -- his second Grand Slam of the year -- is just part of the story. When all the factors are put into context, Roger Federer's resurgence in 2017 will take its place in the Comebacks Hall of Fame.
10 takeaways from Wimbledon, tennis' gold standard
After two weeks of incredible tennis, Wimbledon is over. Before attention turns to the hard-court season and the year's final Grand Slam at the US Open, let's look at 10 big things we learned in London.
Somehow, Roger Federer keeps pushing the boundaries of greatness
Even Roger Federer has trouble explaining his renaissance. But here he is, a Wimbledon champion for an eighth time.
Roger Federer sheds light on remaining time on tour
As long as he's healthy, Roger Federer plans to play professional tennis, but even he doesn't know how much longer that window will remain open.
Despite her Wimbledon loss, Venus continues to gracefully rage against the clock
'The first time you win, nobody picks you. The last time you win, nobody picks you. You just have to pick yourself'
Player-mothers advocate for change
Being a working mom is hard. Being a working mom traveling constantly on the WTA tour is even harder. With Serena Williams slated to return in 2018, fellow mothers hope it forces a change in creating a more nurturing atmosphere for players with children.
Federer admires Azarenka, talks parenthood.
Roger Federer applauds Victoria Azarenka's return to Wimbledon just months after having her first child.
On this date: Ashe becomes first African-American man to win Wimbledon.
On July 5, 1975, Arthur Ashe upsets Jimmy Connors to become the first African-American man to win Wimbledon.
Streeter: Hello, this is Arthur Ashe ...
Arthur Ashe left an indelible legacy on the game, but for ESPN The Magazine's Kurt Streeter, it was especially powerful.