Liguori: The Red, White And Blue Rules On Women's Side Of US OpenThe youth movement in the women’s game has been served.
Liguori: 2 American Women Already In US Open Quarters, 3 More Will Try On Labor DayIt’s Labor Day, and I can’t think of a better time to appreciate the high-achieving efforts of several of the young American women this year at the US Open.
Liguori: 2 Talented Americans Bow Out in 4th Round At US OpenTwo American hopefuls -- eight-seeded Madison Keys and 25th-seeded Jack Sock -- could not get it done in their fourth-round matches at the US Open on Sunday afternoon.
Serena Williams Ousts Keys, Will Face Sister Venus In QuartersPlaying far better than she did earlier in the US Open as she chases a calendar-year Grand Slam, Williams set up a quarterfinal against older sister Venus.
Liguori: Another Qualifier In Women’s Draw Pulls Off An Upset“Qualifiers” are gaining additional notoriety in the women’s draw.
Favorites Djokovic And Williams Cruising At WimbledonSerena Williams and Novak Djokovic turned in nearly perfect performances back-to-back Saturday on Centre Court to cap the fourth round at the All England Club.
Liguori: Who Will Be The US Open's Next American Cinderella Story?American tennis fans are looking for that next Cinderella Story. Remember Melanie Oudin’s exciting run to the quarterfinals in 2009? On Tuesday afternoon, we were treated to someone who just may fill that role.
US Teen Madison Keys Loses To Lucie Safarova At US OpenAmerican teenager Madison Keys showed her youth late in her second-ever match at a Grand Slam tournament, repeatedly blowing leads in a loss to 27th-seeded Lucie Safarova at the U.S. Open.
Madison Keys, 16, Beats Jill Craybas, 37, In US Open 1st RoundMadison Keys, a 16-year-old from Boca Raton, Fla., became the youngest player since 2005 to win a U.S. Open match by beating 37-year-old Jill Craybas 6-2, 6-4 on Monday.