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Celebrating a singular standard

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Now 84 and a hall-of-famer, Tony Trabert this year takes his place among many of those he interviewed, more whom he competed against and even a few he helped to mentor in the US Open Court of Champions, nearly half a century since that grand – and almost Grand Slam – year of 1955. Read More
 

Cilic serves his way to first Grand Slam title

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When the smoke had cleared and the greats had long been gone, it was No. 14 seed Marin Cilic who proved he was the best player at this event, cruising through a 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 win over Kei Nishikori in just under two hours to capture his first Grand Slam title. Read More
 

Bryans capture record 100th title

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The quest for 100 titles is complete and their place in history sealed, as No. 1 seeds Bob and Mike Bryan of the United States defeated No. 11 seeds Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez of Spain, 6-3, 6-4, to win the 2014 US Open men’s doubles title. Read More
 

In a first for player and country, Bouzakova takes girls' title

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On the 40th anniversary of the girls’ singles tournament, Marie Bouzkova of the Czech Republic upended No. 9 seed Anhelina Kalinina of Ukraine in a match lasting over two hours. Read More
 

Williams regains Grand Slam glory with major No. 18

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At 32, Serena Williams was every bit the dominating force in the women's final at the US Open, playing with just as much – if not more – power and gusto as she did when she won her first Grand Slam title here 15 years ago as a rising 17-year-old star. Read More
 

Jasika rallies to win US Open juniors crown

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One game from elimination, unseeded Omar Jasika of Australia rallied to capture the US Open boys' singles final over No. 5 seed Quentin Halys of France, 2-6, 7-5, 6-1. Halys was up 5-4 in the second set and serving for the match before Jasika caught fire to grab the victory and the championship. Read More
 

Wheelchair Report: The youth movement

Wheelchair
There are three new singles champions in the men’s, women’s and quad divisions, and all are at or under the age of 30 – a tournament first. Read More
 

Serena sweeps aside Wozniacki for third straight US Open win

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Attacking Caroline Wozniacki’s second serves with authority and playing the first-strike tennis she’s known for, Serena Williams put in one of her best performances of the season to defeat her good friend and win the US Open for a third consecutive year, 6-3, 6-3. Read More
 

Makarova, Vesnina hang tough to take women's doubles title

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Down a set and a break in the women’s doubles final against Martina Hingis and Flavia Pennetta, Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina hung tough and won their second Grand Slam doubles title together, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2. Read More
 

American Collegiate Invitational: No. 1 seeds win inaugural event

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University of North Carolina sophomore and No. 1 seed Jamie Loeb won the inaugural American Collegiate Invitational women's crown by beating Virginia junior Julia Elbaba. The men's championship match also went on form, as No. 1 seed Marcos Giron of UCLA beat Peter Kobelt of Ohio State. Read More
 
Results: 113 Record(s) Found.
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