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  • Fans Guide To Connecticut Open

    The Basics Site: Tennis Center at Yale, 45 Yale Ave, New Haven 2013 singles champion: Simona Halep Prize money: $690,000 Tickets: ctopen.org, 1-855-464-8366. Schedule Thursday: Quarterfinals, 1 p.m., ESPN2, and 7 p.m., Tennis Channel Friday:...
  • 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...
  • Wimbledon Finalist Eugenie Bouchard Picks Up First Win Since London

    Wimbledon Finalist Eugenie Bouchard Picks Up First Win Since London
    NEW HAVEN — Until Monday afternoon, Eugenie Bouchard had not won a match since the semifinals of Wimbledon. Bouchard, the third-seed at the Connecticut Open and the eighth-ranked player in the world, dispatched Bojana Jovanovski of Serbia, 6-1 6-1...
  • 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:...
  • Taney tops Texas

    Taney tops Texas
    Defending champion Rafael Nadal withdrew from next week's U.S. Open tennis championships Monday with a sore wrist. … The Taney Little League team from Philadelphia, which came from behind to beat Texas Sunday night in the Little League World Series...
  • 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...
  • American Alison Riske In Upset Victory At Connecticut Open

    American Alison Riske In Upset Victory At Connecticut Open
    Visit courant.com/ctopen819 for more photos. NEW HAVEN – It is a perennial exercise among tennis observers envisioning life after Serena. Just who will step up and seize the mantle as the next great American tennis player? Serena Williams...
  • Tuesday's college and local multi-sport roundup: VCU lands key basketball commitment from Boo Williams/L.C. Bird guard

    Colleges: Men’s basketball: VCU gained a key commitment from Kenny Williams, a 6-foot-4 L.C. Bird High and Boo Williams program guard who is considered one of the nation’s top shooters. He also had scholarship offers from North Carolina,...
  • Caroline Wozniacki Eliminated

    Caroline Wozniacki Eliminated
    NEW HAVEN — On Monday, Caroline Wozniacki said she felt like she was in great shape. She's training to run in the Nov. 2 New York City Marathon and her fitness is the best it's ever been on the tennis court. But even top marathoners get tired. And...
  • James Blake And Jim Courier Square Off In Press Conference

    NEW HAVEN – Jim Courier and James Blake squared off Wednesday afternoon in a press conference before the two retired players hit the court for a Legends exhibition match at night at the Connecticut Open. Blake poked fun at Courier’s tennis...
  • On The Fly

    Curt Schilling announced on the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon that he is battling mouth cancer and that he attributes it to the use of chewing tobacco. Tony Gwynn, of course, passed away from complications related to cancer that he believes was...