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  • Kyrgios: I was at fault for sledging

    Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios admits that he deserved to be punished for the comments he made when sledging French Open champion Stan Wawrinka.

  • Kvitova edges Safarova in New Haven

    Defending champion Petra Kvitova came from a set down to beat Czech compatriot Lucie Safarova and win the Connecticut Open for the third time in her career.

  • Anderson lifts Winston-Salem title

    Kevin Anderson won his first ATP Tour title of the year by defeating French qualifier Pierre-Hugues Herbert in the final of the Winston-Salem Open in North Carolina.

  • Monday starts for Williams, Djokovic

    US Open organisers confirmed on Friday that top seeds Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic will start their campaigns at the year's final grand slam on Monday.

  • Federer eyes win for the ages

    Roger Federer, 34, could write his name in the record books once more if he wins the US Open in New York City next week.

  • Coric eyes Nadal's scalp, again

    Croatian teenager Borna Coric isn't feeling any undue pressure ahead of his US Open first round match against Rafael Nadal.

  • Kvitova downs Wozniacki to reach final

    Second seed Petra Kvitova defeated third seed Caroline Wozniacki 7-5, 6-1 in an hour and 41 minutes to advance to the final of the Connecticut Open on Friday.

  • Anderson through to Winston-Salem Open final

    Second seed Kevin Anderson has booked his spot in the final of the Winston-Salem Open after beating Malek Jaziri 6-4, 6-3 in an hour and 39 minutes on Friday.

  • Federer: I will keep asking questions

    Roger Federer is hoping he can carry the sublime form he showed in the Cincinnati Masters final over to the US Open.

  • Connors to work with Bouchard

    American legend Jimmy Connors has agreed to work with Eugenie Bouchard on a short-term contract, starting at the US Open next week.

  • History beckons for relaxed Serena

    Serena Williams says she will treat the US Open just like any other tournament but admitted that she is aware of the historical implications for her at the year's final grand slam.

  • Kvitova advances to semi-finals

    Defending champion Petra Kvitova booked her spot in the semi-finals of the Connecticut Open after beating seventh seed Agnieszka Radwanska 7-5, 6-4 on Thursday.

  • Anderson into Winston-Salem Open semi

    Second seed Kevin Anderson progressed to the semi-finals of the Winston-Salem Open on Thursday after beating Borna Coric in straight sets.

  • Williams ready to complete Grand Slam

    World number one Serena Williams will be looking to create history at the US Open, where she hopes to become the first player in 27 years to complete a calendar Grand Slam.

  • Murray and Kyrgios to meet in US Open first round

    Third seed Andy Murray will face Nick Kyrgios in the first round of the US Open, following Thursday's draw.

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