|At the Net: Pliskova's stock is on the rise
As it turns out, Petra Kvitova isn't the only Czech stud on the women's tour.
|Djokovic, Serena honored by ITF
World No. 1 stars Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams were selected as the International Tennis Federation's world champions for 2014.
|ATP prize money to exceed $100 million in 2015
London, England (SportsNetwork.com) - The ATP World Tour announced significant increases over the next four years that will see overall player compensation reach $135 million by 2018. Player compensation at ATP events in 2015 will exceed $100 million for the first time.
|At the Net: Tennis happenings
In case you haven't noticed, the ATP and WTA tours are in hibernation until January 4 (unless you count that IPTL exo fast-forward tennis stuff goin' down in Asia).
|Navratilova joins Radwanska's coaching team
Martina Navratilova is the latest former tennis great to join the coaching ranks.
|Tennis Hall-of-Famer Cheney dies at 98
Tennis Hall-of-Famer Dorothy "Dodo" Cheney, the first American woman to win the title now known as the Australian Open, died at the age of 98.
|At the Net: Djokovic led the way in 2014
There were a handful of guys who had a great season on the ATP World Tour, but for the third time in four years, nobody was better than Novak Djokovic.
|At the Net: Rafa hopes to rebound in 2015
Yes, he won yet another French Open title this year, but 2014 wound up being a somewhat forgettable season for former world No. 1 great Rafael Nadal.
|Serena voted WTA Player of the Year
For the sixth time in her brilliant career, world No. 1 Serena Williams has been voted the WTA Player of the Year.
|Raonic out, Ferrer in at ATP Finals
Canadian slugger Milos Raonic withdrew from the ATP World Tour Finals with a quad injury ahead of his final round-robin match Thursday versus U.S. Open runner-up Kei Nishikori.