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Sleater-Kinney Grasps at a New Sound on β€˜The Center Won’t Hold’

By Jon Pareles

The punk band teams with the pop shape-shifter St. Vincent on an album that loses a lot of the group’s unique aesthetic.

Coco Gauff Will Play in the U.S. Open as a Wild Card

By Ben Rothenberg

Gauff, the 15-year-old who starred at Wimbledon last month, will play in her second Grand Slam main draw.

Protecting Athletes From Themselves

How far should boxing go to keep fighters safe in an inherently dangerous sport? Plus Daniel Jones, Alejandro Bedoya, Coco Gauff and Caty McNally.

Review: An Electrifying β€˜Coriolanus,’ Addicted to War

By Ben Brantley

Jonathan Cake finds the cracks in the macho surface of Shakespeare’s strangest tragic hero in Daniel Sullivan’s fiery production in Central Park.

Coco Gauff Wins First WTA Title at Citi Open

By Ben Rothenberg

Gauff, 15, teamed with Caty McNally, 17, to claim the doubles crown at an event in Washington. Gauff said they want to win together again at the U.S. Open.

Sleater-Kinney Asked St. Vincent for a Creative Spark. The Trio Blew Up.

By Melena Ryzik

After two and a half decades, the acclaimed band ventures into a different sound on its ninth album, “The Center Won’t Hold” — and moves onward without its longtime drummer.

Coco Gauff Fans Scramble for an Up-Close Look, Even in Defeat

By Ben Rothenberg

Playing in a small venue in the middle of the day in Washington, Gauff drew a capacity crowd. Zarina Diyas beat her easily.

Coco Gauff Draws a Crowd Even Without Wimbledon’s Pageantry

By Ben Rothenberg

Gauff, 15, won a qualifying match in the Citi Open weeks after her star-making Grand Slam debut. An age eligibility rule prevented her from directly making this event’s main draw.

Coco Gauff Loses to Simona Halep, Ending Magical Wimbledon Run

By Christopher Clarey

The 15-year-old American had captured attention worldwide with three wins at her first Grand Slam tournament.

What to Watch Monday at Wimbledon

By Max Gendler

All 16 fourth-round singles matches are on the schedule, meaning you can see Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Cori Gauff, Serena Williams and more.

Other Teen Prodigies to Coco Gauff: β€˜Don’t Read Everything About You’

By Christopher Clarey

Chris Evert was 16 when she dazzled at the U.S. Open in 1971. But, she noted, with less television and no social media, “it was just a different world.”

What’s Next, Cori Gauff? Adoration, Then Her Toughest Match Yet

By Danielle Allentuck

Gauff, 15, the newest tennis sensation, has heard the praise from all corners ahead of her round of 16 match against Simona Halep.

Cori Gauff Storms Back for Another Wimbledon Win

By Kurt Streeter

Her opponent, Polona Hercog, served for the match in the second set, but the 15-year-old sensation rallied to reach the fourth round.

What to Watch Friday at Wimbledon

By Max Gendler

Cori Gauff looks to continue her run, and Andy Murray and Serena Williams team up in mixed doubles.

Cori Gauff’s Wimbledon Run Continues

By Christopher Clarey

Gauff, the 15-year-old American phenom, defeated Magdalena Rybarikova to reach the third round at the All England Club.

Cori Gauff Has Our Attention

By Ben Rothenberg

First of all, she prefers to be called Coco.

What to Watch Wednesday at Wimbledon

By Max Gendler

Cori Gauff returns to the court for a second-round match against Magdalena Rybarikova.

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