Results: 78 Record(s) Found.

Azarenka keeps mind from boiling

Victoria Azarenka has improved a ton over the past eight months and is no longer a physical and mental question mark when she enters a Slam. Read More

Ousted Serena turns focus to Fed Cup

Serena Williams decided to play hurt Down Under, and eventually she paid the price in a flat 6-2, 6-3 loss to unseeded Russian Ekaterina Makarova in the fourth round. Read More

Look who's talking: Bryans enter a new stage

Bob and Mike Bryan are both entering different stages of their lives, with Bob about to become a dad and Mike now engaged to his British girlfriend, Lucille Williams. With a record 76 team titles and a Slam on every surface, there aren't too many marks left for the twins to achieve except a major one that is staring them straight in the face. If they win the 2012 Aussie Open it would be their 12th Slam overall, the most ever for a doubles team. Read More

The holistic Serena tuning up

If Serena Williams develops any more off-court interests, someone may have to name a university after her. The 13-time Grand Slam champion, who thrashed Greta Arn, 6-1, 6-1, in the third round at the Australian Open, keeps evolving. Read More

'Dream a Little Dream' of Vania King

Vania King is the only member of her famous tennis family to make it as a tennis pro. She is talented both on court and off, as she has a good enough singing voice to be asked to perform at sporting events.​ Read More

Isner never short on dramatic wins

If there is a chance to play a dramatic five-set match at a major, count Wimbledon folk hero John Isner in. But if there is a way to let go of a critical match at a major, count the North Carolina native out. Read More

Stylish Sloane Stephens makes her move

If the ebullient Sloane Stephens manages to reach No. 1, she could take over the tennis world. The 18 year old has as much personality as any promising WTA teenager since Ana Ivanovic came on tour. Read More

Young U.S. women soar in Melbourne

Christina McHale is the definition of a workhorse, so much so that she had to think about how much time she took off on Christmas Eve day, usually a day that most non-retail workers take off. But not the 19-year-old. Read More

Roddick will crawl before he sprints

Andy Roddick has never been in this position before. Oh, sure, there were years when the American did not come into the Australian Open as a top-five favorite, but he was always seen as a guy who, if he could get on a roll, would have a good chance of at least reaching the semifinals. Read More

Harrison ready for battle versus Murray

If there's one thing the world already knows about spunky American teenager Ryan Harrison, it is that he does not back down. After a season that saw him end in the top 80 for the first time, Harrison has the slight misfortune of drawing No. 4 Andy Murray in the first round of the Australian Open - but he's already chomping at the bit to go out and do battle. Read More
Results: 78 Record(s) Found.
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