It's been a while since we've talked about a young rising Italian women's tennis star, but things may be changing, thanks to Camila Giorgi.
Novak Djokovic could reclaim the No. 1 ranking from Rafael Nadal in the coming weeks. The top-two players on the planet have forged quite the rivalry in recent years and will duel on the European red clay over the next two months to decide the top dog.
Serena and Venus Williams are not on next week's Fed Cup roster for the United States in St. Louis.
Sure, her best tennis is certainly in the rear-view mirror, but Venus Ebony Starr Williams is quietly playing some good ball this season.
Martina Hingis returned to the winner's circle on Sunday, partnering with Sabine Lisicki for the doubles title at the Sony Open.
It probably took longer than most expected, but Dominika Cibulkova will finally become the newest member of the Top 10 next week.
How 'bout this week we take a look at the latest goings on in and around the world of tennis.
The WTA's Open GDF Suez women's tennis tournament has a new name and will move from Paris to Toulouse next year.
Following a great two-year run, Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has ended his relationship with coach Ivan Lendl.
There is at least a little bit of good news coming out of Ukraine in recent weeks, and it's coming in the form of a nifty tennis player.
When Li Na headed to Indian Wells this week, she did so as the top seed. But she wants to be at the top of another list ... the world rankings.
Former world No. 1 and three-time Grand Slam singles champion Lindsay Davenport has been elected to the International Tennis Hall of Fame. The California native will be enshrined on July 12.
Well, it took a while, but it appears Croatian star Marin Cilic has re-located his once-promising game.
Austria has only produced two top-10 players on the ATP World Tour, but that could change within the next year.
The youngest player in the ATP World Tour's top 20 right now is Grigor Dimitrov ... and with very good reason.