Roger Federer waited around at the U.S. Open for hours and hours, eager to get on court for his fourth-round match. Once he finally started playing, shortly before midnight, he didn’t take long to win.
But she took four consecutive games there to start turning things around, and wound up winning 12 of the match’s last 14 games to extend her bid to win her first Grand Slam title.
The crowd was standing and the tension built as the rally got longer and longer. Could Carlos Berlocq really do it? No, not take down top-seeded Novak Djokovic. Just get a game off him.
Li Na crumbled against 53rd ranked Simona Halep and was sent home early from the U.S. Open. Na admitted that she lost her confidence during the match and proved that a strong mental approach is required to achieve U.S. Open glory.
Caroline Wozniacki cruised into the second round of the U.S. Open on Tuesday as the top-seeded Dane again seeks her first major title.
Kim Clijsters’ withdrawal was the latest bit of news that — on paper, at least — appeared to open things up for Maria Sharapova, a three-time major winner who, of late, has been playing her best tennis since shoulder surgery derailed her in late 2008.
Caroline Wozniacki cruised to victory over Petra Cetkovska at New Haven Final, a warm-up to U.S. Open play.
As Hurricane Irene bears down on the Eastern seaboard, officials are scrambling to reschedule events. That’s right, Irene is already leaving her mark on Tri-State sports even before coming ashore.
Who will take home the 2011 US Open title? Ann Liguori breaks it all down — from burned fingers to shoulder pain, history is at stake at Flushing Meadows.
Sean Hartnett previews the women’s side of the 2011 U.S. Open. Check out his opinion on tournament contenders and 2011 champion prediction.
Serena Williams at No. 28 doesn’t make sense. She’ll face top players early in the women’s draw and prevent better players from getting to the later rounds — where they should be competing. That is what the seeding system is all about!
Serena Williams was seeded 28th for the U.S. Open, which stuck with its policy of following the rankings instead of taking into account players’ past performances.
Kim Clijsters is one win from her second straight U.S. Open title after beating Venus Williams in three sets Friday for her 20th straight victory at Flushing Meadows.
On a wind-swept day at the U.S. Open that had everyone complaining about the conditions, Roger Federer simply embraced them.
Vera Zvonareva let her opponent self destruct, taking advantage of 60 unforced errors to win her U.S. Open quarterfinal 6-3, 7-5 over Kaia Kanepi on Wednesday.