Serena Williams has won 13 Grand Slam singles titles and earned more than $36 million in prize money. Even so, critics sometimes suggest that her outside interests—which include designing two fashion lines and creating a line …
With the ends of their careers in sight, Venus Williams and Kim Clijsters will be sentimental favorites to make deep runs at Wimbledon, a tournament that carries special meaning for both stars
Women’s tennis is winning new audiences and making the richest sportswomen in history even richer
These players like to make a racket.
Rafael Nadal proved once again that he’s virtually unbeatable on the clay at Roland Garros, defeating No. 1 Novak Djokovic in dramatic fashion to capture the French Open title yet again.
It won’t necessarily resonate alongside his 16 Grand Slams but when Federer does finally call it a day, he’ll surely be proud of the feat.
Coming into his favorite Grand Slam, Rafael Nadal is rediscovering his old magic on the European clay. But can he find the confidence to go with it?
The Grand Slam champion didn’t exactly give her sport a ringing endorsement. Why look at the sport so unfavorably?
When he won the U.S. Open on Monday night, his third Grand Slam title of the year, Novak Djokovic didn’t dance to the hip-hop music blaring over the Arthur Ashe Stadium loudspeakers in New York.
The former top tennis (and current No. 2) player in the world looks vulnerable, and his new book shows it wouldn’t be the first time. Rafael Nadal spoke with TIME about his ups, downs and this year’s U.S. Open
Rebel, survivor, pinup, sweetheart, pit bull, rock chick, ice queen: female tennis players sure seem to get labeled a lot. And while that kind of media sizzle makes tournaments like Wimbledon a hot ticket, it doesn’t begin to sum …
For the fourth time in French Open history, Roger Federer faced Rafael Nadal in the final. And for the fourth time, Federer failed to beat his arch-rival on the Roland Garros clay.
Nothing ignites engrossing one-on-one match-ups quite like championship tennis finals: two players, one title. So with the U.S. Open in full swing, TIME takes a look at some historic (and current) rivalries.