You don’t get to be No. 1 by being boring.
We all know Dorothy, Malcolm, and Martin — but what about Audra, Josephine, and Baldwin?
Eugenie Bouchard was asked to show off her outfit following her victory in the second round of the Australian Open.
“And here you are, a black unicorn.”
The 32-year-old beat Caroline Wozniacki to win the U.S. Open for the third year in a row, and her sixth overall.
People do weird things when they want to win.
It’s almost as good as Zach Braff’s.
A rose by any other name would be booooring.
Or at least that’s what it feels like as she adds another U.S. Open title in three sets.
Sabine Lisicki pulls off yet another 2013 All-England upset.
Williams apologized in a blog post Wednesday morning after comments from her Rolling Stone profile prompted an outcry.
Serena is amazing enough to let her mind wander as her body breaks down — and still return to dominate.
And star on a reality show about running it.
She was all, “Let’s move!” And then she did.
In honor of Black History Month, photographer Eunique Jones created the “Because of Them, We Can” project to “empower and excite young people about their history and their future in a creative and yet relatable way.”
Serena steals the show even as she passes the torch.
Catching up on the three biggest storylines from tennis’s first major.
Ouch. The Australian Open was not good to Serena today.
While Wimbledon is known for its respect for tradition, white outfits, and most of all, silence, the US Open is a rollicking free for all. The U.S Open’s executive producer, Michael Fiur, exclusively reveals to BuzzFeed what gets the top seeded players’ adrenaline pumping.
The Women’s Tennis Association has laid out its plans to eliminate grunting. But why do players grunt in the first place? And would it hurt them to try and stop?
The younger Williams sister made quick work out of Maria Sharapova and then celebrated her first singles gold medal with a crip walk that likely has a surprisingly deep and personal meaning.
After winning her fifth Wimbledon championship, officials decided to provide Ms. Williams with alternate prizes in an effort to discourage her continued dominance of the tournament. Similar tactics failed to work on Mr. Federer, who now brings a previous tournament trophy from home each year…