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Howard Fendrich

Serena Williams slams through to French Open semis

Serena Williams, who won six of the last seven games and beat Svetlana Kuznetsova, has reached her first semifinal in a decade at the French Open.

Federer dusts himself off to take French Open match

Tennis player Roger Federer had to literally fall before coming back to beat France's Gilles Simon in their fourth-round French Open match.

Serve’s up: Roddick, Venus Williams dominate US Open

Andy Roddick has proven that even though his 30th birthday approaches and his body has succumbed to injury after injury, his serve is still deadly.

Sisterly help pushes Williams into Wimbledon semis

Thanks to a bit of advice from her big sister and a bunch of aces from her big serve, Serena Williams is back in the Wimbledon semifinals.

Djokovic and Nadal set to make history at French Open final

Never before have the same two men met in four Grand Slam finals in a row, so it's apt that no matter who wins Sunday, it will be monumental.

Sharapova claws her way back to the top

Maria Sharapova's victory over Petra Kvitova at Roland Garros is a fitting way to announce that she is once again at the height of her powers.

Djokovic beats Nadal to win first US Open title

Novak Djokovic matched his nearly perfect season with an almost flawless performance in Monday's US Open final, beating Rafael Nadal.

Federer: I’m still hungry for Slam success

Roger Federer insists he hasn't been fretting about when or -- perhaps more to the point -- if he will win a 17th Grand Slam championship.

Serena Williams back in action at Wimbledon

After a series of health scares, four-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams is not playing to win -- or so she says.

Scorcher French Open semis: Federer-Djokovic, Nadal-Murray

Even Rafael Nadal acknowledges his French Open semifinal against Andy Murray is not as intriguing as the one between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.

Venus Williams out of French Open

Venus Williams on Friday also pulled out of the French Open, resulting in the first Grand Slam tournament since 2003 without either Williams sister.

Williams sisters back on top at French Open

This is the first time the American sisters are seeded 1-2 at a major championship since the Australian Open in January 2003.

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