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Tomas Berdych, One to Watch

The Good News is, Tomas Berdych has played well this year andin the U.S. Open. He is in the the Quarterfinals of the last Grand Slam of the season....

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Farewell, Champ

Andy Roddick officially retired from professional tennis following his four set defeat to Juan Martin Del Potro. Roddick is the last American male ...

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Bright Lights, Big City (X): US Open...

Among the traditions of the US Open are the second-week strolls of tournament referee Brian Earley onto Arthur Ashe Stadium to gaze upward at the g...

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Match of the Day Wednesday

Who will win today, the rain or no rain? That is the bigger question. A great event like any slam just loses its momentum big-time when rain plays ...

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Swinging in the Rain: US Open Day 9 ...

We review the two completed matches of Day 9 as well as the handful of games played in the other four encounters. Scanning the forecast, another da...

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What If? Four Alternative Narratives...

Every season, a few key matches change the course of a tennis season dramatically. Not always the most exciting or the most aesthetically pleasing ...

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Drizzle Wins On Tuesday At The US Open

Wake up and read the Bergen Record and on page two there's a photo of Roberto Vinci but the paper misidentifies her as Sara Errani, her fellow Ital...

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Bright Lights, Big City (IX): US Ope...

If the weather permits, a diverse sextet of singles matches awaits on the first day of the women’s quarterfinals and the concluding day of th...

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Match Of The Day Tuesday

Lots of good matches today--unlike yesterday, let me give you Cilic v Klizan as an example, sounds like a Star Trek matchup--but I'm going with Gas...

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US Open Day 8 Recap: Ad-in, Ad-out

After most of Monday’s winners progressed relatively efficiently, we discuss the highs and lows of what happened in New York.Ad-in:Ivanovic: ...

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How Tennis Can Be A Major Rip-Off

Look, I'm not complaining for myself. I'm complaining for all you people out there who attend tennis tournaments. Today I went to the US Open on a ...

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Bright Lights, Big City (VIII): US O...

While Serena and Cilic seem to enjoy exceptionally accommodating paths to the quarterfinals, the other matches on Monday deserve more attention. Wh...

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Johan Kriek Recalls His U.S. Open Deb...

By Johan KriekEvery year around this time I remember back how it all went for me at my first U.S. Open in 1978 when I arrived by plane from Austria...

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