Serena Williams entered the 2013 tennis season on a tear. In 2012 she won Wimbledon, cruised at the Olympics, and took the U.S. Open. So forgive us if we thought that this could finally be a year where a tennis player pulls

American teenage sensation Sloane Stephens fought back in her semifinal match against defending champion Victoria Azarenka, and was one game away from evening the second set at five games apiece. But just before

Threatening to shove a tennis ball down a line judge's throat can't be topped, but Serena Williams did have an outstanding meltdown during her Australian Open quarterfinal loss to Sloane Stephens last night. You Don't Want To Be Behind This Guy

Sloane Stephens stuns Serena Williams at the Australian Open then says, "I hope to have a lot more Twitter followers." Objective achieved — and then some.

Sloane Stephens, the tennis player who defeated Serena Williams and advanced to the Australian Open semifinals on Wednesday, has strong connections to Boston. Her mother, Sybil Smith, was a swimmer at Boston University and a member of the school's