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Results: 172 Record(s) Found.

Mike Bryan wins 100th ATP doubles title

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Mike Bryan won his 100th ATP doubles title by prevailing in the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters with his twin brother Bob, making him the first player in history to reach the triple-digit milestone. Read More
 

U.S. fights but comes up short against France in Fed Cup

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The U.S. battled gamely but was unable to overcome France in its 2014 Fed Cup World Group Play-off. The French won the tie in the fifth-and-deciding doubles match, sending the U.S. to World Group II for just the second time in Fed Cup history. Read More
 

Keys wins marathon to level U.S. vs. France Play-off

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Madison Keys came from behind to defeat Alize Cornet, 6-7, 7-6, 6-3, in nearly three hours to level the score, 1-1, after Day 1 of the U.S. vs. France Fed Cup Play-off. In the opening match, Caroline Garcia defeated Sloane Stephens in straight sets. Read More
 

Tatishvili representing U.S. after becoming American citizen

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World No. 102 Anna Tatishvili, formerly of Georgia, is representing the United States in tournament play after becoming an American citizen last week. Read More
 

Stephens to lead off for U.S. Fed Cup team

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U.S. Captain Mary Joe Fernandez nominated Sloane Stephens, No. 18 in the world, and Madison Keys, No. 42, to compete in singles versus France in the World Group Play-offs in St. Louis. Christina McHale and Lauren Davis are slated to compete in doubles. Read More
 

USTA Serves, Johnson & Johnson unite for heroes

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USTA Serves and the Johnson & Johnson health care company will host six “Warrior & Family Tennis Days” for wounded veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families, utilizing the power of tennis play to provide fun and bring people closer together. Read More
 

Tennis Teachers Conference returns for 2014 US Open

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The Tennis Teachers Conference returns to kick off the 2014 US Open, gathering the top teaching professionals and coaches in the industry from Aug. 22-25, in the heart of New York City. Read More
 

Outer courts, inside the game

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If you want to see the best players in the world compete just feet from your seat, then head to the field courts at the US Open. Read More
 

Settling in for the night

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Night tennis is one of the signatures of the US Open, with remarkable matches and memorable moments sharing the stage with an unforgettable fan experience. Read More
 

An Open that changes with the times

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The US Open has a long history of marrying tradition with innovation, celebrating the players, moments and championships that have made the event world-renowned, all while remaining at the forefront of the modern game. Read More
 
Results: 172 Record(s) Found.
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