Is the Rogers Cup, ruled by a Big 4, reverting to its wide-open past?
Young upstarts and unseeded veterans have the potential to surprise at this Masters event.
Aug 06, 2018 by Van Sias
After routing Serena Williams, Is Johanna Konta poised for a rebound?
In a largely forgettable year, the Brit is playing some of her best tennis in San Jose.
Aug 02, 2018 by Van Sias
Familiarity breeds winning? In doubles, that's not always the case
Complementary skills can make for quick success on the pro tours.
Jul 26, 2018 by Van Sias
A decade later, is Alize Cornet finally beginning to hit her stride?
Once one of the game's bright young stars, the Frenchwoman is on the upswing yet again.
Jul 25, 2018 by Van Sias
Sweden battling to make its presence felt on the ATP tour again
Once dominant, the nation hasn't had a Top 100 player in years. Is change coming?
Jul 20, 2018 by Van Sias
Grand Slam title winners shake up WTA rankings race like never before
Players appear to be peaking for the biggest tournaments rather than week to weak.
Jul 19, 2018 by Van Sias
Struggling in singles, Jack Sock finds doubles to be a comfort zone
The ATP No. 15, ousted in the first round, remains in contention for two Wimbledon titles.
Jul 08, 2018 by Van Sias
After a wild start, who will fill the holes in the Wimbledon draw?
Multiple upsets leave plenty of players with an opportunity for a career-best showing.
Jul 04, 2018 by Van Sias
Jeremy Chardy is enjoying a career renaissance on the grass
The former Wimbledon boys' champ is in the midst of his best stretch in nearly a decade.
Jun 28, 2018 by Van Sias