Novak Djokovic wants more.
Whether or not she ends up holding the trophy at the end, Serena Williams has no competition at the U.S. Open this year.
As the best in his country for years, Andy Roddick has long been the man to turn to when questions about the future of American tennis come up.
Venus Williams takes these tournaments one match at a time. Not a bad plan for a player who's played only one match since Wimbledon.
When third-seeded Maria Sharapova looks at the list of top contenders for the U.S. Open, here's what she sees:
Maria Sharapova's slow start almost turned into an early exit at the U.S. Open.
First came the end of Roger Federer's remarkable run of reaching a record 10 consecutive Grand Slam finals.
As Hurricane Irene's first showers arrived, the site of the U.S. Open was quiet and nearly empty Saturday, a stark contrast to the customary hustle and bustle two days before the Grand Slam tennis tournament's start.
Remember when Serena Williams was chastised for not taking tennis seriously enough?