Formula E, a global racing series for electric cars, has the look of Formula One, but none of the noisy engines.
Grigor Dimitrov is using a new racket technology at this year's U.S. Open. The idea for Wilson's Spin Effect is simple: Fewer strings produce more spin.
The U.S. and European Ryder Cup captains on Tuesday each announced their three wild-card picks to fill out the 12-man squads for the three-day event in Scotland this month.
Peng Shuai dismantled Belinda Bencic 6-2, 6-1 to advance to the U.S. Open semifinals. Earlier in the day, 15-year-old Catherine Bellis was knocked out of the juniors tournament.
With the NFL season starting on Thursday, the Wall Street Journal takes its annual look at the tactics of all 32 teams.
Both the good and bad sides of Andy Murray were on display Monday as he defeated Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in straight sets to advance to the U.S. Open quarterfinals against Novak Djokovic.
The Count broke out the stopwatch to tally how long top players have spent signing autographs after winning their matches at this year's U.S. Open. The winner? Roger Federer.
Few things in sports are as crazy as transfer deadline day, the final hours of a two-month window when European soccer clubs can buy and sell as many players as they can afford.
For every Jameis Winston, this year's crop of first-year starters is just as likely to produce shaky performers.
Serena Williams is the last American player left in the U.S. Open singles draw.
The great Roger Federer was playing under the lights at the U.S. Open, but the beer venues were where the action was.
Heard on the Pitch: Captain's picks Westwood, Poulter give veteran presence, while Gallacher to make first appearance.
Michael Sam is likely headed to the Dallas Cowboys practice squad, once he completes a physical.
Roger Federer won again at the U.S. Open Tuesday evening, when he beat his latest opponent, Roberto Bautista Agut. Now it's on to the quarterfinals and Gael Monfils.
On Monday, the USTA put CiCi Bellis's first-round juniors match on the Grandstand court, the third-largest venue at the Open, relegating some pros to smaller venues.
Pam Shriver's fiercest competitors used to be Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova and Steffi Graf. But these days, the former tennis player considers her 10-year-old son her toughest opponent.
Jason Gay: The NFL, which returns on Thursday, is no longer a weekend diversion—it's a bombastic, schedule-hogging, full-time occupation, with weeks of homework and preparation and cultural pressure.
Performances in quadrennial tournament can still have outsize role in determining player's desirability and compensation.
Michael Sam, the first openly gay player selected in the NFL draft, has been cut by the St. Louis Rams.
An office park in Whippany, N.J., about an hour's drive from Manhattan, is offering a perk more associated with city life: shared bicycles to run errands, fetch lunch or exercise outdoors.
Takeaways from the first week of the college-football season. Plus, making picks inspired by the movie "Minority Report."
Teams jockey for position and try to formulate their lineups ahead of next year's tournament in New Zealand and Australia.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker will be suspended for the first four games of the season for a violation of the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs.
Late-night tennis is a tradition at the Open—and lately it's getting later and later. Of the 10 latest finishes at the tournament, seven have been played since 2002.
Serena Williams, the No. 1 player in the world, reached the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam for the first time this season when she won her fourth-round match at the U.S.
The Houston Astros fired manager Bo Porter, saying the dismissal had less to do with the team's 59-79 record than the need for "new direction" and a "united message throughout the entire organization."
How to explain feeling off while exercising? It's in how you eat, drink, sleep and think.
Caroline Wozniacki delivered one of her most impressive wins ever by beating Maria Sharapova at the U.S. Open.
Despite spending hours in the blistering sun, some tennis players just can't stand to wear sunscreen.
Highly efficient iPhone and Android apps can help the time-crunched squeeze in some spur-of-the-moment exercise in 15 minutes or less. Which one's for you?