It's just like old times at Wimbledon in more ways than one.
It's almost here.
The French have rarely had a problem developing elite tennis players. There are, for example, 10 men inside the top 100, tied for the most alongside another grand slam nation, the U.S.
For the second straight day at the Australian Open, a towering player hit 50 more aces than his shorter opponent.
Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer have dominated men's tennis for more than a decade. But could this finally be the year the status quo changes?
Novak Djokovic beat Kei Nishikori on Friday night to advance to his eighth US Open men's final.
It was a great day for Japanese tennis as both Kei Nishikori and Naomi Osaka booked their passage to the US Open semifinals in two very different matches.
His stellar career is in a slump, but Novak Djokovic says struggling at tennis means nothing when "people are starving to death."