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Nadal to open in ATP Cup in Perth; Djokovic on east coast
U.S. Open champion Rafael Nadal will start his 2020 season on the opposite side of Australia to Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer when he leads Spain in a group-stage qualifier in the new ATP Cup team...
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Hibino defeats Doi to win Japan Women’s Open
Nao Hibino defeats compatriot Misaki Doi to win the Japan Women's Open.
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Top players set for ATP Cup in Australia in January
The ATP says all top 10-ranked players, including Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, have committed to play in the inaugural ATP Cup in Australia in January.
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Pliskova takes on Martic at Zhengzhou Open final
Top-seeded Karolina Pliskova advanced to the Zhengzhou Open final with a clinical victory against Ajla Tomljanovic.
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Pliskova wins twice to reach Zhengzhou semifinals
Top-seeded Karolina Pliskova won two hard-fought matches to reach the Zhengzhou Open semifinals.
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Van Uytvanck beats Flipkens at Japan Women’s Open
Third-seeded Alison Van Uytvanck advanced to the quarterfinals of the Japan Women's Open with a win against Kirsten Flipkens.
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Rain pushes Round 2 matches at Zhengzhou Open
Top-seeded Karolina Pliskova will have to wait another day to finish her second-round match against Polona Hercog as rain played spoilsport at the Zhengzhou Open on Thursday.
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Hsieh Su-wei into Japan Women’s Open quarterfinals
Defending champion Hsieh Su-wei was just a game from defeat three times as she rallied to fend off Priscilla Hon to advance to the quarterfinals of the Japan Women's Open.
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Mladenovic beats Garcia at Zhengzhou Open
Kristina Mladenovic beat eighth-seeded Carolina Garcia in an all-French matchup to reach the quarterfinals of the Zhengzhou Open.
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Kerber loses to Riske at Zhengzhou Open
Three-time Grand Slam champion Angelique Kerber lost in the opening round of the Zhengzhou Open to Alison Riske.
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Wimbledon CEO to leave after 2020 tournament
The chief executive of Wimbledon Richard Lewis says he will step down in 2020 after eight years in the role.
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Medvedev earns U.S. Open cheers during, after loss
Imagine this a week ago: U.S. Open fans going crazy for Daniil Medvedev.
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Kenin opens WTA’s Asian swing with win over Paquet
Sixth-seeded Sofia Kenin started the WTA's Asian swing with a win over Chloe Paquet at the inaugural Zhengzhou Open.
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Andreescu: U.S. Open winner with big future
With her game and her guts, Canada's first Grand Slam singles champion could have many more opportunities to win major titles.
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Mertens, Sabalenka win U.S. Open doubles title
Elise Mertens and Aryna Sabalenka won the U.S. Open women's doubles championship.
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Medvedev beats Dimitrov for first Grand Slam final
Daniil Medvedev first made a name for himself at the U.S. Open by earning the wrath of spectators. Now he's gaining everyone's respect as he heads to his first Grand Slam final.
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Berrettini edges Monfils for first Grand Slam semi
Matteo Berrettini describes his mental coach as a big help and a best friend. They've been speaking on the phone before and after every match during Berrettini's run to his first Grand Slam semifinal.
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Bencic beats Vekic to move into U.S. Open semifinals
Belinda Bencic wore down Donna Vekic and advanced to her first Grand Slam semifinal at the U.S. Open.
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Nadal, Cilic meet with U.S. Open quarters at stake
After an easy first week at the U.S. Open, Rafael Nadal figures to have a challenge in the fourth round.
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Federer reaches U.S. Open quarters; Barty out
Roger Federer rolled into his 13th U.S. Open quarterfinal with a victory against David Goffin.
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Danill Medvedev encourages U.S. Open fans to boo
Daniil Medvedev extended his arms toward the crowd, then motioned for the fans to keep raining down the boos.
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Townsend on to fourth round; Gauff faces Osaka
Taylor Townsend charged into the fourth round of a Grand Slam tournament for the first time, beating Sorana Cirstea at the U.S. Open.
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Surprise! Townsend upsets Halep at U.S. Open
Taylor Townsend pulled off the biggest victory over her career at the U.S. Open, surprising former No. 1 and two-time major champion Simona Halep.
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Djokovic deals with pain; Federer faces deficit
Maybe, just maybe, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are feeling some lingering after-effects of their historic Wimbledon final last month.
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Kei Nishikori loses focus, but not match at U.S. Open
Kei Nishikori downed American Bradley Klahn to advance to the third round at the U.S. Open.
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Kyrgios could face punishment for 'corrupt' comment
Kyrgios called the ATP "corrupt" because it fined him more than $100,000 for his behavior during a match last month.
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Tsitsipas to U.S. Open umpire: ‘You’re all weirdos’
Stefanos Tsitsipas accused a U.S. Open chair umpire of having a bias against him during a tirade in which he told the official, "You're all weirdos!"
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Osaka overcomes shaky start at US Open
No. 1 seed Naomi Osaka emerged with a victory against 84th-ranked Anna Blinkova of Russia in the first round.
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Roger Federer stays perfect in first round
Roger Federer improved to 19-0 in the first round of the U.S. Open by beating Sumit Nagal.
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Monica Puig loses match, coach at U.S. Open
Monica Puig was distraught at the U.S. Open after losing her first-round match and her coach.
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Djokovic tops Carballes Baena in straight sets
Novak Djokovic, who is now 34-1 in his last 35 Grand Slam matches, dispatched Spaniard Roberto Carballes Baena.
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Opelka beats Fognini in first round of U.S. Open
Reilly Opelka's hit 26 aces en route to a victory against 11th-seeded Fabio Fognini of Italy.
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Ashleigh Barty survives first-round scare
French Open champion Ashleigh Barty was forced to rally to defeat Zarina Diyas at the U.S. Open.
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Kei Nishikori advances as injured opponent quits
Kei Nishikori became the first player into the second round at the U.S. Open when qualifier Marco Trungelliti had to retire due to injury.
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Andy Murray cruises to Challenger Tour win
Andy Murray looked dominant in straight-set win over Imran Sibille in the first round of a second-tier Challenger Tour tournament in Spain.
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Milos Raonic out of U.S. Open with injury
Milos Raonic, the 2016 Wimbledon runner-up, will miss the U.S. Open because of an injured glute muscle.
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Mona Barthel out of U.S. Open; Kirsten Flipkens gets in
Mona Barthel has pulled out of the U.S. Open because of an injured right foot, allowing 2013 Wimbledon semifinalist Kirsten Flipkens to get into the field.
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Hurkacz beats Paire for first ATP World Tour title
Hubert Hurkacz claimed his first ATP World Tour title by holding off top-seeded Benoit Paire.
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Linette tops Giorgi to win first WTA title at Bronx Open
Magda Linette won her first WTA title by outlasting Camila Giorgi in the final of the Bronx Open.
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Djokovic not worried about blisters
Novak Djokovic will first face Roberto Carballes Baena, a 26-year-old from Spain whose career-best ranking is 72nd.
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Gauff, McNally get U.S. Open doubles wild card
Coco Gauff and Caty McNally will get a chance to play doubles at the U.S. Open and add to their winning streak as a team.
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Kevin Anderson out of U.S. Open due to injured knee
Two-time Grand Slam finalist Kevin Anderson has pulled out of the U.S. Open with an injured right knee.
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Althea Gibson honored at U.S. Open
Althea Gibson basked in a ticker-tape parade in New York a decade before Arthur Ashe won the 1968 U.S. Open.
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Serena vs. Sharapova set for prime time
Serena Williams vs. Maria Sharapova is, not surprisingly, getting primetime billing at the U.S. Open.
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U.S. Open: Naomi Osaka back in New York
Everything feels better for Naomi Osaka now that she's back at the U.S. Open.
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Paire, Hurkacz advance to Winston-Salem Open final
Top-seeded Benoit Paire and third-seeded Hubert Hurkacz advanced to the Winston-Salem Open final.
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Giorgi, Linette reach final at WTA’s Bronx Open
Camila Giorgi rallied to beat top-seeded Wang Qiang to reach the final of the Bronx Open.
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