Venus Williams Shows She's Not Done Yet at Wimbledon
This isn't the 37-year-old's last chance at a major title, but it's unlikely she'll have a better shot at winning a Slam than she does right now.
A French Open Women's Final Straight Out of Hollywood
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.
What Maria Sharapova's Return Means for the WTA
Maria Sharapova is back from a 15-month doping ban, and given the current landscape of the WTA Tour, she may be back on top of women's tennis sooner rather than later.
Don't Take Your Eyes Off Maryland's Destiny Slocum
Her range has shades of Steph Curry, she can handle the ball like Russell Westbrook, and she's putting up numbers to rival Kristi Toliver. Maryland freshman Destiny Slocum is college basketball's next big thing.
Venus, Serena, and the Power of Believing
On Saturday, another chapter in the best story in the history of sports—no qualifiers necessary—will be written when Serena and Venus Williams face off in the final of the Australian Open.
Stop Freaking Out About Upsets in Women's Tennis
Upsets have been the topic du jour at the Australian Open, and not without reason: 12 out of the 32 women's seeds lost in the first round, the most in a Grand Slam since 2001. Naturally, analysts have turned on the Women's Tennis Panic Light.
Inside the Doubles Dominance of Martina Hingis and Sania Mirza
Hingis and Mirza are currently on a 31-match, seven-tournament winning streak, the longest of its kind in women’s doubles since 1990, and they show no sign of letting up.
The Reemergence of Sloane Stephens
Ever since her upset of Serena Williams at the 2013 Australian Open, Sloane Stephens has teased tennis fans with tantalizing talent and frustrating nonchalance. Is she turning a career corner?
Meet the Amazing 44-Year-Old Women's Tennis Player Who's Still Kicking Ass
Kimiko Date-Krumm was born in 1970 and is still, somehow, playing tennis. A look insider her life reveals how she has managed this incredible feat.
Lydia Ko and How the LPGA Came Back from the Brink
Four years ago the LPGA was headed for an uncertain future, but thanks to Lydia Ko and an aggressive commissioner, the Tour is in the midst of a renaissance.
NASCAR's Long Drive for Diversity
Can one of the least diverse sports in the world bring in both non-white drivers and fans? NASCAR's future depends on the answer.
Israel, Politics, and the Curious Case of Tennis Pro Malek Jaziri
Tensions between Israel and various Arab nations are spilling over into the world of professional tennis and making for some dangerous situations.