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Anisimova beat 11th-seeded Aryna Sabalenka, 6-3, 6-2. [Read More]
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As part of a new strategy to raise the intensity of her preparation, Williams has trained this month with Stefanos Tsitsipas, Grigor Dimitrov and Frances... [Read More]
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Amélie Mauresmo was ready to become France's Davis Cup captain when Lucas Pouille, a young French player, came to her with an offer: Coach him... [Read More]
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Andy Murray rarely hesitated to speak up for women's tennis. It will miss him, too, if he is retiring from the sport. [Read More]
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Murray plans to retire at Wimbledon, or even sooner. [Read More]
Djokovic completed a resurgent summer, adding his U.S. Open title to his Wimbledon crown by defeating Juan Martin del Potro on Sunday. [Read More]
Instead of winning a record-tying 24th Grand Slam singles title, Williams ended the U.S. Open in a heated dispute with an official that led her... [Read More]
Williams accuses umpire of being a thief during extraordinary row with official... [Read More]
Stay here for live results and analysis from the U.S. Open women's singles final. [Read More]
Naomi Osaka becomes first Japanese Grand Slam champion. Serena Williams loses in straight sets after three code violations. [Read More]
Read more about It's the wettest US Open, even without much rain on Business Standard. Djokovic was only too happy to oblige, showing humanity in... [Read More]
Hot and humid conditions have made it uncomfortable for players throughout the tournament, and they are calling for changes at Arthur Ashe Stadium. [Read More]
Keys is the only one of last year's all-American women's semifinalists to book a return trip. [Read More]
Rafael Nadal's Sept. 4 match against Dominic Thiem became the longest match of the tournament so far, totalling four hours, 49 minutes. [Read More]
An early onslaught by the ninth-seeded Thiem gave way to an almost five-hour battle, the longest of this year's tournament so far. [Read More]
Stay here for live results and analysis from the U.S. Open... [Read More]
Juan Martin del Potro, the No. 3, seed outlasted the top American man, John Isner, in a 6-7 (5), 6-3, 7-6 (4), 6-2 victory. [Read More]
Many players competing in the U.S. Open, including the Williams sisters, get discounts on lodging in New York hotels in return for social media posts... [Read More]
Williams advanced to the quarterfinals by beating Kaia Kanepi, who had eliminated top-seeded Simona Halep. She will next face Karolina Pliskova. [Read More]
Fourth-seeded Angelique Kerber became the latest top player to exit the Open at its newest court, falling 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 to 29th-seeded Dominika Cibulkova. [Read More]
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