1. US Open 2014: Final Grades for Top Stars at Flushing Meadows

    Serena Williams had one of the most dominant performances in U.S. Open history, but was it good enough for her earn an "A" grade, or perhaps an "A+"? Should men's champion Marin ...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 month ago 4,792 reads 9 comments

  2. Ranking the 10 Most Surprising Runs in US Open History

    Shuai Peng stunned everyone with her impressive showing at this year's U.S. Open, reminding us of some of the most surprising runs in the event's history...

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  3. Ranking the 10 Most Memorable Moments in US Open History

    The first-round upset achieved by CiCi Bellis, a 15-year-old American, provided a magic moment in this year's U.S. Open. But will it stand the test of time and hold a place in our memory, like other events from past U...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 month ago 18,541 reads 9 comments

  4. Ranking the 10 Most Controversial Matches in US Open History

    The U.S. Open has had its share of controversy, making you wonder whether something will occur in New York this year to match some of the memorable moments of the past...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 1 month ago 5,315 reads 1 comments

  5. Wimbledon 2014: Final Grades for Top Stars at All England Club

    Novak Djokovic regained the No. 1 ranking with his victory over Roger Federer , but was his performance throughout Wimbledon worthy of an A grade? Should Petra Kvitova get a higher ...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 4 months ago 5,972 reads 8 comments

  6. Ranking the Most Dominant Performances in Wimbledon History

    Winning a Wimbledon singles title is difficult enough, but to steamroll the opposition over the course of two weeks represents a different level of achievement...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 4 months ago 59,136 reads 11 comments

  7. Ranking the Greatest Traditions at the Wimbledon Championships

    Wimbledon is the oldest and most prestigious Grand Slam event and is laden with tradition, some of which is lauded, some of which is ridiculed...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 4 months ago 2,596 reads 4 comments

  8. French Open 2014: Final Grades for Top Stars at Roland Garros

    Does Rafael Nadal's ninth French Open title merit a grade of A? Or A+? Does he deserve a higher grade than Maria Sharapova , who won her second French Open title in three years? What ...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 5 months ago 14,506 reads 27 comments

  9. Ranking the Greatest Rivalries in French Open History

    Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic might be headed for a meeting in the French Open finals that could elevate their intriguing rivalry to a new level. They have played each other five times at Roland Garros , including the past two years in a row...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 5 months ago 6,142 reads 5 comments

  10. The Biggest Obstacle for All the Top Seeds at French Open 2014

    The obstacles for the favorites have not changed much for the men midway through the French Open. However, the elimination of the top three seeds has created a wide-open event on the women's side...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 5 months ago 1,942 reads 1 comments

  11. The 10 Most Memorable Matches in French Open History

    Garbine Muguruza's stunning, second-round upset of No. 1 Serena Williams this year may someday rank among the most memorable matches in French Open history...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 5 months ago 12,256 reads 16 comments

  12. Ranking the Most Exciting Final Fours in NCAA Tournament History

    Each Final Four writes its own story, and a few have produced unforgettable tales. Will the three games in this year's Final Four, which features Wisconsin, Florida, Connecticut and ...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 7 months ago 3,679 reads 6 comments

  13. Ranking the Most Thrilling Games in Final Four History

    Basketball fans live for thrilling Final Four moments that they will remember for ages. An opportunity for such moments arrives Saturday when Connecticut faces Florida and Wisconsin takes on Kentucky in the NCAA tournament semifinals...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 7 months ago 7,124 reads 25 comments

  14. March Madness 2014: Ranking Each Sweet 16 Matchup

    Three teams with double-digit seeds try to keep their surprising postseason run alive as the frenzied NCAA tournament moves into the second weekend...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 7 months ago 1,980 reads 0 comments

  15. Teams on Upset Alert in Day 3 of 2014 NCAA Tournament

    Upsets provide the madness for March Madness. Shocking early-round results are almost inevitable, and they make the NCAA tournament the fascinating event it has become. Three times in the past two NCAA tournaments a No...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 7 months ago 9,548 reads 4 comments

  16. March Madness Sleepers 2014: Predicting Which Teams Will Impact NCAA Tournament

    As March Madness approaches, many discerning basketball fans are trying to identify the sleepers: teams not among the favorites showing signs that they might make an impact in the 2014 NCAA tournament...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 7 months ago 12,814 reads 4 comments

  17. 10 Bubble Teams Most Likely to Get Snubbed on Selection Sunday

    About 20 teams are still hovering precariously on the bubble as Selection Sunday approaches. Obviously some of them will fail to land one of the 36 at-large berths available in the 68-team NCAA tournament field...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 8 months ago 4,895 reads 0 comments

  18. Ranking the 10 Best Senior PGs in College Basketball as March Madness Nears

    Seniors have made a major impact this season, and that is particularly evident at the point guard position as March Madness nears...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 8 months ago 10,985 reads 30 comments

  19. College Basketball Teams Whose 2014 NCAA Tournament Hopes Are on Life Support

    With less than two weeks before the NCAA tournament field is announced on March 16, a number of teams are clinging to fading hopes of getting into the 68-team field...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 8 months ago 4,757 reads 3 comments

  20. Ranking the 10 Most Dangerous Mid-Majors in College Basketball Right Now

    Four teams from mid-major conferences have reached the Final Four the past four years, so it is obvious those schools can be dangerous in single-elimination events like the NCAA tournament...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 8 months ago 3,413 reads 4 comments

  21. Big Ten Basketball: Breaking Down the 2014 Conference Title Race

    As expected, the Big Ten regular-season conference race is coming down to the wire, with five teams still in contention for the regular-season crown...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 8 months ago 2,716 reads 4 comments

  22. Sochi 2014 Olympic Predictions: 10 Athletes Who Will End USA Medal Droughts

    The Winter Olympics have not been as kind to American athletes as the Summer Games. In fact, the United States has had almost no success in some events of the Winter Games...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 9 months ago 8,067 reads 1 comments

  23. Olympic Bobsled 2014: Complete Guide for Sochi Winter Olympics

    The high-speed bobsled event begins its run at the Winter Olympics on Feb. 16 and finishes on Feb. 23. Although the sport receives little attention most of the time in the United States, it is put in the spotlight every four years at the Olympics..

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 9 months ago 26,325 reads 1 comments

  24. Olympic Luge 2014: Complete Guide for Sochi Winter Olympics

    The high-speed and dangerous luge event begins its run at the Winter Olympics on Feb. 8 and finishes on Feb. 13...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 9 months ago 6,548 reads 4 comments

  25. Australian Open 2104: The Biggest Lessons Learned in Melbourne

    Upsets were rampant in the 2014 Australian Open, and the first Grand Slam event of the year taught us some big lessons about what to expect in 2014 and beyond...

    Jake Curtis Written by Jake Curtis about 9 months ago 2,734 reads 0 comments