Caroline Wozniacki trusts her stamina so much that she plans to return to New York in two months to run a marathon.
A year after a most painful absence, Maria Sharapova returned to her winning ways at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Spinning in 70 mph second serves, grabbing at his hamstring during points, Andy Murray gritted his way through head-to-toe cramps to win at the U.S. Open.
In the Open Era, there have been a number of tennis players to win two or more U.S. Open Singles Championships. Here’s the 6 tennis players who have won the most Singles Championship titles in the Open Era:
The family of the pro tennis referee who is accused of killing her 80-year-old husband with a coffee cup insists the woman is not capable of murder.
Elite tennis referee Lois Goodman will be extradited back to Los Angeles Wednesday amid allegations that she murdered her 82-year-old husband with a coffee mug in April.
Tiger Woods is in the clubhouse with a share of the U.S. Open lead.
Playing her first match in two months, Venus Williams powered her way to a 6-4, 6-3 victory over a travel-weary Vera Dolonts of Russia at the U.S. Open on Monday night.
Novak Djokovic sat in his sideline chair and winced while his right shoulder was massaged and manipulated by a trainer.
Serena Williams was seeded 28th for the U.S. Open, which stuck with its policy of following the rankings instead of taking into account players’ past performances.
Serena Williams is looking like her victorious self leading into the U.S. Open.
In this week’s Golf World magazine, former U.S. Open Champion Geoff Ogilvy goes all Standard & Poors on the PGA Championship, downgrading its major status from AAA to A+.
Rory McIlroy has struggled on the European Tour since winning the U.S. Open, but he is now returning to the United States and looks to make a run at the Bridgestone Invitational and PGA Championship.
Henrik Stenson has had a rough time the last year and a half. He missed five of six cuts going into the U.S. Open and finished 23rd last weekend. But this week he’s leading the pack at the BMW International Open.
Amateur Patrick Cantlay finished 21st at this past weekend’s U.S. Open. Still in college, Cantlay is in no hurry to turn pro. He believes he still has a lot to learn, both on and off the course.