Third-seeded Roger Federer wasn't the only seeded player to lose Wednesday; he wasn't even the only third seed to lose.
LONDON - As tumultuous a day as professional tennis has produced in its nearly half-century history ended in the most unforeseeable, unexplainable way of all: a second-round loss by Roger Federer at the All England Club.
Serena Williams of the United States returns the ball to Mandy Minella of Luxembourg during their first-round singles match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in London.
LONDON - After a week filled by a headline-grabbing, off-court tiff with Maria Sharapova and a series of apologies stemming from a magazine profile, Serena Williams got back to doing what she does best.
LONDON - Nothing drives Serena Williams the way disappointment does.
PARIS - Done with a dominating performance in the French Open semifinals, Serena Williams climbed the stairs leading from the locker room to the players' lounge, looking to give her mother a hug.
Roger Federer's road to what would be his 18th major title starts with matches against a pair of qualifiers.
PARIS - Perhaps not surprisingly, the first three questions posed to Roger Federer at his pre-French Open news conference Friday concerned rival and nemesis Rafael Nadal.
Since returning from a layoff due to injury, Rafael Nadal is 36-2 and has won six of eight tournaments. He's seeking his eighth French Open title.
PARIS - Used to be the French Open was the scene for clay-court specialists and surprise champions.
Serena Williams, who iced and massaged her injured ankle before the match, hits a forehand return to Garine Muguruza.
MELBOURNE, Australia - Serena Williams cautiously walked onto the court, and tried to keep the points short to avoid irritating her injured ankle as she advanced today to the third round at the Australian Open.
Pima College trailed twice but kept coming back Thursday for a 4-2 ACCAC men's soccer victory over visiting Chandler-Gilbert.
Serena Williams advanced to the second round of Wimbledon, saying she learned to "keep going" after her first-round exit at the French Open.
WIMBLEDON, England - On one point Tuesday at Wimbledon, Serena Williams dumped a forehand into the net and dropped to a knee, her jaw clenched as she let out a shriek.
PARIS - The picture she posed for at the beginning foreshadowed a mismatch in the making: 6-foot-2-inch Maria Sharapova standing at the net, towering over a foe nearly 10 inches smaller.