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    Gael Monfils storms into US Open semis

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    (Getty Images) Gael Monfils is known for his showmanship, but it’s been all business for the Frenchman in New York. Tuesday afternoon at Arthur Ashe Stadium, Monfils recorded his fourth consecutive straight-sets victory to advance to the US Open...
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    on Sun Sep 4 7:53 PM

    Lucas Pouille stuns Rafael Nadal in five-set US Open thriller

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    (Getty Images) New York might be the home of Broadway, but Sunday night’s most captivating show was held at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens. There, for over four hours, 24th seeded Lucas Pouille and Rafael Nadal battled back and forth with a spot...
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    on Sun Sep 4 5:14 PM

    Last American man falls at US Open

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    (Getty Images) For the fifth consecutive year, there will be no American man in the quarterfinals of the US Open. Jack Sock, the last American standing, was outlasted by ninth-seeded Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in a four-set battle in Sunday afternoon’s...
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    on Sun Sep 4 3:31 PM

    Caroline Wozniacki downs Madison Keys to reach US Open quarterfinals

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    (Getty Images) Don’t look now, but Caroline Wozniacki has found her groove again. The former world No. 1 cruised past No. 8 Madison Keys in straight sets Sunday to advance to her first Grand Slam quarterfinal since 2014. The past several years...
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    on Sun Sep 4 6:51 AM

    Serena Williams makes history (again)

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    (Getty Images) Serena Williams is vying to pass Steffi Graf’s Open Era Grand Slam title record, but she already broke one milestone Saturday in Queens. Williams’ third-round win over Johanna Larsson was her 307th Grand Slam match...
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    on Sun Sep 4 6:28 AM

    This Rafael Nadal shot has to be seen to be believed

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    (AP Images) News flash: Rafael Nadal is back. In his third-round US Open match, the Spaniard hit an incredible, absurd between-the-legs lob, dropped his racket and still managed set up match point against Andrey Kuznetsov. Take a look. #Nadal...
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    on Thu Sep 1 3:04 PM

    Nike calls Serena Williams greatest athlete ever in new ad

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    Earlier this summer, en route to her record-tying 22nd Grand Slam title, Serena Williams was asked what she thought about going down as “one of the greatest female athletes of all time.” Her response was epic. Serena Williams delivering...
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    on Wed Aug 31 9:12 PM

    French Open champ Garbine Muguruza crashes out of US Open

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    (Getty Images) Garbine Muguruza has not had the best summer. After besting Serena Williams to win the French Open in June, the 22-year-old has struggled mightily. She suffered an embarrassing loss in the second round at Wimbledon, and was dealt...
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    on Wed Aug 31 8:49 PM

    Johanna Konta collapses on-court, comes back to win at US Open

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    Johanna Konta rebounded from a health scare Wednesday at the US Open. (Getty Images) Everything seemed to be going according to plan for Johanna Konta Wednesday at the US Open. The 13th-seed handily won the opening set of her second round match...
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    on Wed Aug 31 8:09 PM

    Gael Monfils hits absurd between-the-legs volley at the US Open

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    (Getty Images) Gael Monfils’ US Open has been nothing short of entertaining. In his first round match on Monday, the 10th-seeded Frenchman nearly got crushed by an electronic clock. Then, on Wednesday, in his second round match, Monfils did...
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