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  • Sharapova says Serena rivals must step up efforts

    Maria Sharapova says the domination of Serena Williams should not diminish the efforts of other women's players, but adds they must step up and answer the challenge. Sharapova, who has not played since losing to Williams in a Wimbledon semi-final due to a right knee injury, could meet the world…

    AFP
  • US Open men's draw

    New York (AFP) - Men's draw for the US Open, the year's final Grand Slam tournament that begins Monday on the Flushing Meadows hardcourts (x denotes seed):

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  • Murray asks for patience as Kyrgios matures

    Britain's Andy Murray has some sympathy for Australian bad boy Nick Kyrgios, the controversial 20-year-old he will face on Tuesday in the first round of the US Open. Third seed Murray, who won the 2012 US Open and 2013 Wimbledon titles, said on Saturday that Kyrgios was wrong in his lurid verbal…

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  • History-chasing Serena already best ever: analysts

    By Larry Fine NEW YORK (Reuters) - Serena Williams is on the brink of a crowning achievement in tennis, but as far as several top analysts are concerned, the 33-year-old American has already established herself as the greatest women's player ever. Williams would become only the fourth woman to…

    Reuters
  • Nadal feeling "very close" to Slam-winning form

    Former world number one Rafael Nadal, struggling through what the Spaniard called his worst campaign in 11 years, said Saturday his form is very close to returning to top level. Nadal has won titles this season at Hamburg, Stuttgart and Buenos Aires, but his record is 42-14 and he has slipped to…

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  • Federer likes Open chances but faces early test

    Roger Federer likes his chances of winning the US Open after a resurgent run to the Wimbledon final and aggressive play that produced a tuneup title last week at Cincinnati. "I feel like I have a good chance but I really can't think further than my first-round opponent right now," Federer said…

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  • Keys, Stephens head next U.S. generation

    (Reuters) - It has been 16 years since an American not named Williams won the U.S. Open women's singles title, and the drought shows no sign of ending any time soon. Lindsay Davenport was the 1998 champion at Flushing Meadows and since then Serena Williams, the heavy favorite going into the Aug.…

    Reuters
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  • Djokovic confident despite run-up losses to rivals

    By Larry Fine NEW YORK (Reuters) - World number one Novak Djokovic lost to rivals Roger Federer and Andy Murray in the finals of U.S. Open warm-up events but the Serb insists those defeats have aided his preparations for the last grand slam of the season. "Of course, I did want to win both in…

    Reuters
  • Djokovic ponders his own Slam possibilities

    Not since Australian legend Rod Laver in 1969 has a man completed a calendar year Grand Slam, but top-ranked Novak Djokovic believes he could be the next man to do it. The 28-year-old Serbian top seed will launch his US Open campaign Monday against Brazil's Joao Souza at Arthur Ashe Stadium, where…

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  • US OPEN 2015: Capsules on top women's players

    Women to watch at the U.S. Open, which begins Monday:

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