A veteran who had to win back her coach. A 20-year-old underdog who hits harder than Andy Murray. There will be plenty to watch at Roland Garros.
As of Wednesday, 23-year-old Dominic Thiem has beat every member of tennis’s Big Four.
Juan Martin del Potro tried to comfort the Spaniard, who had been dealing with a knee injury and simply couldn't continue their match.
Maria Sharapova's two year ban has been reduced to 15 months, and she'll be able to return for the 2017 French Open.
Despite playing with a heavy heart over the Tiananmen Square Massacre, 17-year-old Michael Change stunned the tennis world by winning the 1989 French Open.
His withdrawal consequently ends his run at the French Open, and puts his appearance at Wimbledon—starting July 7—in question.
Rafael Nadal hit an outrageous shot that everyone just had to laugh about.
28 years ago this week, 15-year-old Michael Chang won his opening-round match at the U.S. Open.
Rafael Nadal and Eugenie Bouchard head into this year's Wimbledon as the talk of the men's and women's tours because of their incentives and fears. What motivates two different players at opposite sides of their careers?