|At the Net: Li, We Hardly Knew Ye
It's never good news for a sport when it loses one of its biggest stars to retirement. And that's exactly what happened to tennis on Friday when Li Na announced she was hanging up her racquet.
|Li Na announces retirement
Two-time Grand Slam champion Li Na announced her retirement from tennis through an open letter on Friday.
|Report: Li Na will announce retirement on Friday
Two-time Grand Slam champion Li Na is set to announce her retirement on Friday, according to Chinese state-owned CCTV. The CCTV News account tweeted a report that Li's agent had confirmed the news.
|U.S. to meet Brits again in Davis Cup opener
For a second consecutive year, the United States and Great Britain have been draw to face each other in the first round of the Davis Cup.
|Del Potro not ready to return
Former U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro has delayed his comeback from a long layoff following wrist surgery in March.
|At the Net: Serena, Cilic ruled upset-filled Open
Serena Williams was expected to capture the U.S. Open title. Marin Cilic ... not so much.
|At the Net: Better late than never for Peng Shuai
Chinese tennis has been dominated by Li Na for quite some time, but late-bloomer Peng Shuai has decided she may have something to say about that.
|Djokovic, Murray, Sharapova, Venus on Day 1 slate at U.S. Open
Former champions Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Maria Sharapova and Venus Williams highlight the opening day of play Monday at the 2014 U.S. Open.
|Serena could face Sharapova in U.S. Open title tilt
World No. 1 Serena Williams could face former top-ranked star Maria Sharapova in the final at the 2014 U.S. Open, as the draw was revealed Thursday in New York.
|Djokovic could meet Federer in U.S. Open final
The draw was revealed Thursday for the U.S. Open and top seeds Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer could meet in the final in two weeks.