Tennis

How Rafael Nadal helped Carlos Alcaraz become the youngest-ever US Open quarter-finalist

“The challenge of trying to go to where Rafa has gone is also a big motivation for me, even if…

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The Teenagers Are Taking Over Tennis. That Might Not End Well.

It has been quite a run for the teenagers at the U.S. Open, especially a bright-eyed and beguiling troika that…

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‘I’m going to have nine million death threats’: Shelby Rogers braces for social media abuse after US Open loss

“Obviously, we appreciate the spotlight in those moments, but then, you know, you have today and I’m going to have…

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Emma Raducanu makes Belinda Bencic admission ahead of ‘extremely difficult’ US Open clash

Emma Raducanu is set to face her toughest test yet when she takes on recent Olympic gold medallist Belinda Bencic…

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For American Men, U.S. Open Hints at Better Days Ahead

Brooksby, the last American singles player left in the tournament, certainly looked like a worldbeater for a set and a…

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Piers Morgan hails Emma Raducanu for ‘learning how to handle the heat’ at US Open

Piers Morgan took to Twitter to praise teenager Emma Raducanu after she sensationally advanced to the quarter-finals of the US…

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Leylah Fernandez Advances to U.S. Open Quarterfinals

Less than a week ago, few casual tennis fans knew even a little, if anything, about Leylah Fernandez. When she…

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Alexander Zverev hands Emma Raducanu boost at US Open

Tim Henman reckons Alexander Zverev did Emma Raducanu a favour by beating Jannik Sinner in straight sets at the US…

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Teenager Carlos Alcaraz becomes youngest player in Open era to reach men’s US Open quarterfinals

The 18-year-old had to claw his way back from two sets to one down, eventually winning 5-7 6-1 5-7 6-2…

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Novak Djokovic warned over ‘tricky’ next US Open opponent in Calendar Slam bid

“Nakashima. I think Korda. I think the young guys are better than us, if I’m being honest. I think Korda…

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