As I gaze into my crystal ball, I can see Croatia's Borna Coric as a future world No 1.
World No. 1 star Novak Djokovic decided to pull out of next week's Madrid Masters in order to rest while he prepares to complete the career Grand Slam at the upcoming French Open.
Maybe Rafael Nadal won't capture a 10th French Open title in June?
In case you haven't noticed, women's tennis is in dire need of some excitement, which I believe can really only come in the form of some rivalries.
Martina Hingis will officially put her singles hat on for the first time since 2007 this weekend, playing two singles matches -- as well as the doubles match -- in Switzerland's Fed Cup playoff tie against Poland.
Novak Djokovic has been named the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year for the second time in four years.
World No. 2 star Maria Sharapova withdrew from Russia's Fed Cup semifinal matchup against visiting Germany this weekend because of a leg injury.
French Open prize money will increase to $29.6 million this year, an increase of more than $3 million from a year ago.
Venus Williams has withdrawn from the United States team for this week's Fed Cup playoff against host Italy, citing a personal matter.
Janko Tipsarevic may have come up a second-round loser in Houston this week, but it was a victory of sorts for the Serbian veteran who got to play his first ATP tennis in almost 18 months.
The only three-time 2,000-yard rusher in Division I history hopes to have a running start in the NFL.
The first major accident in Sunday's Geico 500 at Talladega Superspeedway occurred in the early going and involved 15 cars.
The Houston Texans announced Monday that the team has signed outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus to a contract extension.
Boston Red Sox left fielder Hanley Ramirez left Monday night's game against Tampa Bay with a sprained left shoulder after running into a padded wall in foul territory.
Clippers head coach Doc Rivers has ruled out Chris Paul for Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets.
Sidney Crosby scored again as Canada beat host Czech Republic 6-3 at the 2015 World Hockey Championship on Monday, and the United States bested defending champion Russia 4-2.