Sponsors Suspend Ties With Sharapova After Failed Drug TestTwo of Maria Sharapova's top sponsors have suspended ties with the Russian tennis star after she admitted failing a doping test.
Serena Williams Honored As SI's Sportsperson Of The YearSerena Williams is Sports Illustrated's Sportsperson of the Year -- the first female athlete honored on her own by the magazine in more than 30 years.
Djokovic Beats Federer For U.S. Open TitleNovak Djokovic has defeated Roger Federer in four sets in the U.S. Open final for his 10th Grand Slam title.
Federer Close, Yet Still Far, From 18th TitleMore than three years have passed since Roger Federer last won a Grand Slam title. But that's not to say that he hasn't played well, as he's shown at this year's U.S. Open.
Serena Faces Vinci As Slam Bid ResumesLet everyone else assume that Serena Williams will beat Roberta Vinci in the U.S. Open semifinals. Williams, at least publicly, is not taking anything for granted.
Even Federer Wowed By His U.S. Open PlayRoger Federer is into his 10th semifinal at Flushing Meadows, and record 38th at all major tournaments. Now, he faces someone who he knows quite well in Stan Wawrinka.
Blake Says Force Used During Wrongful ArrestInternal affairs detectives are investigating claims by former tennis professional James Blake that he was thrown to the ground and then handcuffed while mistakenly being arrested Wednesday at a hotel, police said.
Serena Beats Venus To Extend Grand Slam BidSerena Williams called her unique sibling rivalry with Venus Williams "the greatest story in tennis," and who would argue? A couple of kids taught by their dad making it to the top.
Djokovic Heads Into U.S. Open SemifinalsGathering himself after getting pushed around a bit by an opponent with an unconventional style, Novak Djokovic wound up reaching the semifinals at Flushing Meadows for the ninth consecutive year.
Anderson Stuns Murray At U.S. OpenAndy Murray watched a 130 mph ace zoom by to create a two-set deficit at the U.S. Open, and then sat in his changeover chair and cursed at himself, over and over and over.
Serena Takes On Venus In U.S. Open QuartersNo reason for any extra practice after this performance by Serena Williams. Plus, it's not as if she needs to study too hard to figure out how to deal with her next opponent.
Isner To Face Federer In U.S. Open 4th RoundThe very first Grand Slam loss of John Isner's career came against none other than Roger Federer.