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

Last night, the torch of American women's tennis was passed from one generation to the next, from a mentor to her protégé. Or something like that. There are multiple issues with the narrative that sprung up in the hours both

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

When asked about reaching her first Grand Slam semifinal, the new future face of tennis, Sloane Stephens, said with that beautiful smile, "Whoa, it wasn't as hard as I thought." The new future face of tennis. Yes, that, among other things, is who