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On Tennis: WTA Finals May Be Full of Surprises

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

The women’s game remains delightfully difficult to categorize with its rich multigenerational mix of genuine contenders and week-to-week suspense.

This Is What Gentrification in Brooklyn Sounds Like

By ZACHARY WOOLFE

“Place,” a meditation on social and personal change, was made by the composer Ted Hearne, the poet Saul Williams and the director Patricia McGregor.

Umpire in Serena Williams Dispute Was a Stickler From the Start

By TARIQ PANJA and ANDREW KEH

Carlos Ramos was an average tennis player from humble beginnings, but his knack for following rules propelled him to the highest ranks of the sport. He even got rid of a lisp to have more authority.

Umpire in Serena Williams Dispute Was a Stickler From the Start

By TARIQ PANJA and ANDREW KEH

Carlos Ramos was an average tennis player from humble beginnings, but his knack for following rules propelled him to the highest ranks of the sport. He even got rid of a lisp to have more authority.

The Robin Williams Auction: On the Wall and Off the Wall

By DAVE ITZKOFF

Banksy, Gus Van Sant, Martin Mull and “Hook” — the eclectic collection of Robin and Marsha Williams goes on the auction block at Sotheby’s.

Tennessee Williams Made Paintings. They Were About Love and Loss, Too.

By MICHAEL ADNO

The playwright’s little-known artworks provide an intimate look at his preoccupation with eternal questions and his feeling of being an outsider.

Letters to the Sports Editor

Readers sound off on the data about fines in tennis.

Are Women Penalized More Than Men in Tennis? Data Says No

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

Men have been fined for misbehavior more frequently than women at Grand Slam events in the past 20 years, with one significant exception: coaching violations.

Are Women Penalized More Than Men in Tennis? Data Says No

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

Men have been fined for misbehavior more frequently than women at Grand Slam events in the past 20 years, with one significant exception: coaching violations.

With U.S. Open Clash Still Fresh, Carlos Ramos Set to Officiate Davis Cup

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

Ramos, the chair umpire who drew Serena Williams’s ire at the Open final, had little time to rest: He’ll be on duty for the U.S.-Croatia semifinal on Friday.

Serena Williams Cartoon β€˜Not About Race,’ Artist Says. Experts Strongly Disagree.

By DAMIEN CAVE

Mark Knight, an Australian cartoonist who ignited outrage with his depiction of Serena Williams at the U.S. Open, says it had nothing to do with racism. Other cartoonists say there’s no way that’s true.

Critic’s Notebook: Serena Williams Came In on a High Road. It Made Her Fall More Devastating.

By WESLEY MORRIS

After defusing an ugly debate over her French Open outfit, Williams was a model of sportsmanship and dignity until her outburst in Saturday’s final.

The Coaching Rule That Upset Serena Williams, Explained

By VICTOR MATHER

Grand Slam tournaments like the United States Open prohibit players from receiving coaching from off the court. But what constitutes coaching has long vexed players.

On Tennis: Naomi Osaka Lost Her Moment of Triumph. Let’s Not Forget Her Match.

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

The only full-blown victim when Saturday’s women’s final at the U.S. Open turned ugly was its winner: Osaka.

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