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  • Rafael Nadal beats Novak Djokovic for ninth French Open title

    Rafael Nadal beats Novak Djokovic for ninth French Open title
    History both repeated itself and was made Sunday on the rust-red clay of Roland Garros. After 3 1/2 grueling hours, Novak Djokovic served trying to save championship point in the fourth set against Rafael Nadal, the undisputed king of the French Open....
  • Reigning champ Rafael Nadal withdraws from U.S. Open with wrist injury

    Reigning champ Rafael Nadal withdraws from U.S. Open with wrist injury
    Rafael Nadal pulled out of the U.S. Open on Monday because of an injured right wrist, making him the fourth reigning men's champion in the last 45 years to sit out the tournament. Nadal and the tournament announced his decision simultaneously, exactly...
  • Rafa Nadal no participará en el Abierto de Estados Unidos

    Rafa Nadal no participará en el Abierto de Estados Unidos
    Madrid, 18 ago (EFE).- Rafael Nadal, número dos del mundo, no podrá defender el título en el próximo Abierto de Estados Unidos, último grande de la temporada. En un mensaje difundido en su cuenta oficial de una red social, el tenista balear indica:...
  • Nadal no jugará en Toronto ni Cincinnati por una lesión de muñeca

    Nadal no jugará en Toronto ni Cincinnati por una lesión de muñeca
    MADRID - El tenista español Rafael Nadal, número dos del ranking mundial, no competirá en los Masters 1.000 de Cincinnati y Toronto por una lesión en la muñeca derecha, informó el miércoles su equipo en un comunicado. "El jugador ha sufrido una molestia...
  • On The Fly: Sox Send Bradley To Pawtucket

    The Red Sox finally did what many thought should have been done long ago: they demoted center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. to Triple-A Pawtucket. Traveling down I-95, he probably passed Mookie Betts, who was recalled to Boston. Betts started in center field...
  • Key Biscayne tennis event renamed Miami Open presented by Itau

    Key Biscayne tennis event renamed Miami Open presented by Itau
    For nearly 30 years, the star-studded, two-week tennis tournament held on Key Biscayne every March was referred to as the Winter Wimbledon or fifth Grand Slam, one of the crown jewels of elite pro tennis. The problem was nobody knew its name. On...
  • Players get a lot of cash but earn little credit for desire

    Players get a lot of cash but earn little credit for desire
    A couple of items in a record book brought a real jolt the other day. One reminded that this was the 45th anniversary of Rod Laver's second calendar Grand Slam, 1969. He also won all four majors — the Australian, French, Wimbledon and U.S. Open...
  • 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...
  • The U.S. Open: tennis, the American way, if not an American win

    The U.S. Open: tennis, the American way, if not an American win
    This year, tennis fans have watched three major tournaments, seen six different champions in the men's and women's singles, and known full well that was just the warmup. Monday, the U.S. Open begins its 14-day run of terror, torture and testosterone....
  • On The Fly

    About that Novak Djokovic-Roger Federer U.S. Open final? Never mind. The top-ranked Djokovic was bounced in the semifinals by Japan's Kei Nishikori Saturday, just hours before Federer was eliminated by Marin Cilic in the other semifinal match. So the...
  • U.S. Open losses by Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer rock tennis' world

    U.S. Open losses by Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer rock tennis' world
    — If tennis had a Richter scale, this one would have been a 9.2. Before they play Sunday's women's final, they better check for cracks in the stadium. There will be tennis fans all over the world who were busy Saturday afternoon and not watching...