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Madison Keys: ‘I love the crowd and the energy’ at the US Open

Madison Keys arrives in Flushing Meadows at the top of her game after an impressive victory in Cincinnati.

Barthel withdraws from US Open with foot injury

Mona Barthel withdraws from the US Open with an injured right foot, allowing Kirsten Flipkens, a 2013 Wimbledon semifinalist, to get into the field.

Andrew Luck joins the list of shocking early retirements

Andrew Luck's retirement was shocking, but not unique. Here are more pro athletes who walked away with good years (and good money) remaining.

Parity? Mediocrity? What past decade of Grand Slams tells us about tennis

The men's and women's tours have skewed down divergent paths of late despite the similar names at the top. At the end of a decade's worth of play, we step back and take stock.

2019 US Open experts’ picks: Djokovic a heavy favorite, but what about Serena?

Novak Djokovic looks unstoppable heading into New York, and Serena Williams is hard to bet against. Then there are the players who could make some noise at the 2019 US Open. Our experts weigh in.

Hurkacz beats Paire for 1st ATP World Tour title

Hubert Hurkacz claimed his first ATP World Tour title Saturday night, holding off top-seeded Benoit Paire for a 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 victory at the Winston-Salem Open.

2017 US Open runner-up Anderson withdraws

Two-time Grand Slam finalist Kevin Anderson has pulled out of the US Open with an injured right knee.

Gauff, McNally get US Open doubles wild card

Coco Gauff and Caty McNally, who won the US Open junior doubles last year and won their first WTA title as a team earlier this month, were granted a doubles wild card for the US Open by the USTA.

Paire, Hurkacz reach Winston-Salem Open final

Top-seeded Benoit Paire and third-seeded Hubert Hurkacz advanced to the Winston-Salem Open final Friday night. Paire will be looking to win his third tournament of the year, while Hurkacz is in his first final on the ATP Tour.

Sumit Nagal qualifies for US Open, draws Federer in R1

Sumit Nagal, who beat Brazil's Joao Menezes in the third round of qualifying, will meet Roger Federer in the first round of the US Open.

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