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Today β€” August 21st 2019Your RSS feeds

Chilean tennis player suspended for 8 years over match-fixing

By Ryan Gaydos

A Chilean tennis player was banned eight years from the sport for match-fixing, the Tennis Integrity Unit said Tuesday.

Amanda Anisimova Pulls Out of U.S. Open After Death of Her Father

By The Associated Press

The 17-year-old American, who reached the semifinals of the French Open in June, would have been seeded at the Open, which begins Monday.

Yesterday β€” August 20th 2019Your RSS feeds

Tennis star Eugenie Bouchard's 'brother' swindled Miami hotel out of $42G: police

By Robert Gearty

A Florida man has been accused of scamming a fancy Miami Beach hotel out of nearly $42,000 by claiming to be female tennis star Eugenie Bouchard’s brother.

Duckhee Lee downplays deafness, wins ATP tournament debut

Duckhee Lee tossed the ball into the air for his first serve in an ATP tournament match, and blasted it past his opponent with a loud pop.

What to Do This Week at the U.S. Open (Yes, There’s Stuff to Do)

By Naila-Jean Meyers

The main draw of the tournament doesn’t start until next Monday, but there is plenty to see in Flushing Meadows right now.

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Madison Keys, Daniil Medvedev get 1st titles in Cincy

Two unexpected champions embraced their first Rookwood championship trophies, concluding a week that brought more questions than clarity to the upcoming U.S. Open.

Madison Keys Wins Western & Southern, but Keeps Eyes on U.S. Open

By Ben Rothenberg

The 24-year-old Keys went through a series of big names to earn the title in Cincinnati. Daniil Medvedev won the men’s final.

Pro Tennis Returns to the Bronx, but for How Long?

By Adam Zagoria

The new Bronx Open, which began Sunday at Crotona Park, is the only professional women’s event held the week before the U.S. Open.

Ashleigh Barty Denied in Bid to Return to No. 1

By The Associated Press

With the upset, Svetlana Kuznetsova advanced to play Madison Keys in the final of the Western & Southern Open, leaving women’s tennis a bit unsettled ahead of the U.S. Open.

Pro Tennis Returns to the Bronx, but for How Long?

By Adam Zagoria

The new Bronx Open, which began Sunday at Crotona Park, is the only professional women’s event held the week before the U.S. Open.

Naomi Osaka Pulls Out of a Match Because of a Knee Injury

By Ben Rothenberg

“I’m kind of worried a little bit,” Osaka said after being forced to retire from a quarterfinal less than two weeks before she is to start defending her U.S. Open title.

Umpire Who Clashed With Serena Williams Won’t Work Her Matches

By Christopher Clarey

Carlos Ramos, who issued penalties against Williams during last year’s U.S. Open final, will not be assigned to her matches, or her sister’s, this year.

A ragged Federer stunned in Cincinnati; Djokovic advances

For Roger Federer, it was one big blur. The seven-time champion was ousted from one of his favorite tournaments in barely over an hour, falling in straight sets to a 21-year-old qualifier he'd never faced.

Outburst Will Cost Nick Kyrgios $113,000

By The Associated Press

Kyrgios earned eight fines during his loss to Karen Khachanov on Wednesday at the Western & Southern Open.

Daniil Medvedev Is Winning Ugly, but He’s Winning a Lot

By Ben Rothenberg

He has 11 wins in 17 days, all in straight sets. He is tied with Rafael Nadal for the ATP Tour lead with 41 victories this year.

No. 4 Simona Halep rallies to avoid upset in Ohio

Simona Halep wasn't sure how her left foot would feel. After dropping her first set but feeling no pain, she dug in and advanced at the Western & Southern Open.

Tiger and Serena Confront Twilight and Aching Backs

By Karen Crouse

They were the greatest players of their generation, perhaps any generation. But time eventually catches up with everyone.

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