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  • 'I just wasn't myself', says Djokovic after stunning loss

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - World number one Novak Djokovic had no explanation for his flat performance in a stunning semi-final loss to Japan's Kei Nishikori at the U.S. Open on Saturday. "I think he just played better in these conditions than I did," the Serb...
  • Novak Djokovic takes next step at U.S. Open with win over Andy Murray

    Two tennis pit bulls sank their teeth into each other on a warm and windless night at the U.S. Open on Wednesday. It was Novak Djokovic versus Andy Murray. Talk about strong teeth. Right now, with Rafael Nadal out with an injury, all they needed to...
  • Wozniacki reaches U.S. Open final as injured Peng retires

    Wozniacki reaches U.S. Open final as injured Peng retires
    NEW YORK, - Caroline Wozniacki advanced to the U.S. Open final in dramatic fashion on Friday when China's Peng Shuai was forced to retire due to heat illness, putting the Dane one win away from winning an elusive grand slam title. Wozniacki was...
  • Serena Williams, Caroline Wozniacki To Meet In U.S. Open Final

    Serena Williams, Caroline Wozniacki To Meet In U.S. Open Final
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - No. 1 ranked Serena Williams took no chances with the searing heat on Arthur Ashe Stadium court by racing to a 6-1 6-3 rout of Ekaterina Makarova on Friday to reach the U.S. Open women's final. Williams, winner of the last two U.S....
  • Federer, Djokovic face hurdle to set up date with U.S. Open destiny

    Federer, Djokovic face hurdle to set up date with U.S. Open destiny
    — The question buzzing around the men's quest for the U.S. Open tennis title here is a two-parter. Is Roger Federer, at 33, young enough and spry enough and fit enough and still good enough to win another major; or, is Novak Djokovic still just...
  • Unmarked trophy serves clue to lost tennis champion

    Unmarked trophy serves clue to lost tennis champion
    On a cluttered card table at a Westside estate sale, Sandy Marks spotted an antique silver trophy. It was a large bowl, so deeply tarnished that she struggled to read the inscription: Ojai Valley Tennis Club Men's Intercollegiate Singles Champion...
  • Djokovic, Murray To Meet In U.S. Open Quarterfinals; Serena Williams Advances

    Djokovic, Murray To Meet In U.S. Open Quarterfinals; Serena Williams Advances
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The tension mounted and temperatures soared at the U.S. Open on Monday as top seed Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray set up a sensational quarterfinal, andSerena Williams made a 2014 grand slam breakthrough. Temperatures neared 90...
  • Andy Murray looks more like himself in win over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

    In the heat and grind of the U.S. Open here Monday, Andy Murray took a step closer to being Andy Murray again. He won a match that demanded a deep dig into his inner psyche. Giving his all, staying the course, gutting it out — all those coach-...
  • Lepchenko on the right track

    Lepchenko on the right track
    The best is yet to come, Varvara Lepchenko said. She's played on the U.S. Olympic Team at the 2012 Summer Games in London. She's been ranked as high as No. 19 in the world. She's defeated top-10 players. Still, at age 28, Lepchenko is searching for...
  • As always, Roger Federer owns the night at the U.S. Open

    It was a near perfect Friday night in the bustling suburb of Flushing. The temperature was cool, but not chilly. The lights were blazing at Citi Field for a Mets home game and the No. 7 train was delivering hordes of people from Manhattan to the Willets...
  • After all these years, Novak Djokovic is still refreshing

    — Like a great novel, or a perfectly cooked filet mignon, Novak Djokovic is fast becoming one of the joys of my life. He came on the tennis scene about a decade ago as yet another Eastern European player whose name was impossible to spell. I could...