Naomi Osaka Withdraws In Protest Over Jacob Blake Shooting, Tournament On HoldOsaka joined professional athletes in basketball, baseball and soccer in demanding change after Jacob Blake was shot by police.
Strict Guidelines In Place For U.S. Open Tennis Tournament In QueensThe grand slam tennis event is scheduled to start Aug. 31 without fans at the Billie Jean Tennis Center in Queens.
Defending Champion Rafael Nadal Opts Out Of 2020 US OpenThe defending U.S. Open champion won't be participating in this year's grand slam due to concerns over the COVID-19 global pandemic.
2020 US Open: Top Ranked Tennis Player Ashleigh Barty Opts OutThe 24-year-old Australian cited the risks involved in traveling during the pandemic as the reason she will not be in New York this year.
Former USTA President Katrina Adams On Challenges Of 2020 US Open Without Fans: 'You Cannot Duplicate The Atmosphere Of 23,000 Rowdy New York Fans'The immediate past President, Chairperson and CEO of the USTA discusses the challenges of putting on a tournament like the US Open in what is far from normal circumstances.
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic Tests Positive For COVID-19The top-ranked men's player tested positive for the virus just two weeks after criticizing the USTA's planned protocols to hold the U.S. Open as "extreme" and "impossible."
Arthur Ashe Biopic Movie Announced From Academy Award Winning Writer Kevin Wilmott, Hyde Park EntertainmentArthur Ashe's life story will be made into a movie by Academy Award winner Kevin Willmott.
Serena Williams 'Cannot Wait To Return' To NYC For US OpenThe 38-year-old American was the runner-up in Flushing Meadows each of the past two years.
Gov. Cuomo: US Open Tennis Tournament A Go For Late AugustSports fans, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has really good news.
Rafael Nadal On Playing In U.S. Open In August: 'Not An Ideal Situation, Honestly, No'The reigning U.S. Open men's champion says that if the current coronavirus conditions persist, he wouldn't feel comfortable traveling to the U.S. to play in this year's tournament in August.
Coronavirus Update: Wimbledon Canceled For First Time Since World War IIThe coronavirus outbreak has halted sporting events all around the world. On Wednesday, Wimbledon was officially canceled in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.