In one of the coolest (literally) tennis matches you'll ever see, Roger Federer played skiing star Lindsey Vonn on a glacier.
Following his Wimbledon victory, Novak Djokovic has regained the No. 1 ranking from Rafael Nadal while Andy Murray fell to 10th. Serena Williams remains the women's No. 1.
Former top-50 tennis player Elena Baltacha, who had been fighting liver cancer since retiring from the game, died Sunday at 30.
Serena Williams, who has won 17 Grand Slam singles titles was named to Time magazine's most 100 influential people.
Rafael Nadal, along with David Ferrer, got a chance to hit the ball around at Barcelona's Liceu Opera House in a promotion for this week's Barcelona Open.
Martina Hingis, who has dabbled in doubles the past two years after retiring from the WTA Tour in 2007, advanced to the Sony Open doubles final with Sabine Lisicki.
Jamie Murray collapsed from Melbourne's sweltering heat shortly after his first-round doubles victory on Thursday.
The former tennis star will not face charges from a incident with an ex-boyfriend last March.
Serena Williams went 78-4, including a 34-match winning streak during her 2013 campaign.

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