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Monfils 'quite lucky' after clock kick

Entertaining Frenchman Gael Monfils kicked an on-court clock, leading to it falling at the US Open.
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Nadal expects further improvement

After easing into the US Open second round, Spaniard Rafael Nadal said his fitness was slowly improving.
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Battling Muguruza avoids US Open upset, Kerber coasts through

French Open champion Garbine Muguruza was given a scare on day one of the US Open, but Angelique Kerber was never in any trouble.
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Nadal cruises past Istomin at Flushing Meadows

Fourteen-time grand slam champion Rafael Nadal will take on Andreas Seppi in the second round of the US Open after easing past Denis Istomin
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Kerber through as Hercog retires

Illness prompted Polona Hercog to retire after being mauled in the first set by Angelique Kerber at the US Open.
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Maria Sharapova completes internship at NBA offices in New York

Maria Sharapova, who is serving a two-year suspension from tennis, just completed a three-day internship with the NBA in Manhattan,
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Becker: Pressure-free Murray can challenge Djokovic's superiority

Andy Murray can end Novak Djokovic's reign at the top of men's tennis, according to the world number one's coach Boris Becker.
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Mladenovic, Garcia and Paire provisionally suspended by FFT

Kristina Mladenovic, Caroline Garcia and Benoit Paire have been hit with provisional suspensions for "damaging the image of tennis".
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McEnroe calls time on Raonic role

Milos Raonic will not be able to count on the advice of John McEnroe at the US Open, with the 57-year-old cutting ties.
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Radwanska claims Connecticut crown

Agnieszka Radwanska bounced back from her shock first-round exit at the Olympics by downing Elina Svitolina to claim the Connecticut Open.
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Carreno Busta claims first ATP title at Winston-Salem

After missing out in Sao Paulo and Estoril, Pablo Carreno Busta finally got his hands on an ATP trophy by beating Roberto Bautista Agut.
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US Open 2016: Murray determined to make every chance count

Arguably the US Open favourite due to Novak Djokovic's poor form, Andy Murray is targeting a fourth grand slam triumph.
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US Open 2016: The past five years

A look back at the past five years of the US Open, including Serena Williams' dominance and shock winners.
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US Open 2016: Murray rivalry can aid Raonic's major breakthrough

Milos Raonic has lost to Andy Murray five times in 2016, but their rivalry could help him emulate the three-time grand slam winner.
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Shriver backs Serena to regain US Open title

Former world number three Pam Shriver can see Serena Williams putting together another run of major titles after her Wimbledon success.
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US Open 2016: Murray peaking at right time - when Djokovic isn't

World number one Novak Djokovic might well be considered second favourite behind Andy Murray as he bids to defend his US Open title.
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U.S. Open 2016: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal dealing with wrist injuries

Wrist injuries hamper two of the world's top-ranked players as they head into Tuesday's first round at Flushing Meadows.
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U.S. Open 2016: Serena Williams' shoulder 'a little better' with slam history at stake

After missing the Western and Southern Open due to injury, Serena Williams feels in better shape to chase history at the U.S. Open.
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'I am a little bit better' – Nadal's wrist improving

A wrist injury sidelined Rafael Nadal earlier this year, but he insists he is getting better ahead of the US Open.
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Djokovic still worried about wrist

As he prepares to defend his US Open title, Novak Djokovic admitted his wrist was still a concern.
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