Results: 125 Record(s) Found.

Stephens hopeful ahead of Sharapova clash

2013 French Open - Day Seven
After struggling through most of the spring, Sloane Stephens seems to have rediscovered her game at the French Open. On Monday, she is going to need to bring her very best to continue her run of success in Slams by upsetting defending champion Maria Sharapova. Read More

Hampton shocks Kvitova to cap banner opening week for U.S. women

2013 French Open - Day Five
Jamie Hampton capped off the most successful week for American women at a Grand Slam event in nine years by toppling No. 7 seed Petra Kvitova, 6-1, 7-6 (7), Saturday at the French Open. In all, four U.S. women advanced to the round of 16. Read More

Isner tops Harrison in an All-American thriller in Paris

2013 French Open - Day Six
John Isner reversed his fortunes from 2012 with a five-set win over Ryan Harrison in the second round of the French Open. In other action, Serena Williams cruised, while Sam Querrey and Varvara Lepchenko dropped third-round matches that went the distance. Read More

Mount Sinai announces partnership with USTA, US Open

The USTA and the US Open are teaming up with The Mount Sinai Medical Center to promote the health benefits of tennis and to ensure a lifetime of tennis for millions of players – professional and recreational – throughout the country. Read More

U.S. women continue to roll at Roland Garros

2013 French Open - Day Five
It was another cold and rainy day at Roland Garros but the red-hot U.S. women were beaming smiles of sunshine when three of them -- Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Sloane Stephens and Jamie Hampton -- walked off the court with victories. Read More

Maturing Hampton gets key three-set win in Paris

Jamie Hampton on Wednesday became the 10th American woman into the second round of the 2013 French Open, completing a marathon 7-6 (5), 3-6, 9-7 win over No. 25 seed Lucie Safarova at Roland Garros. Read More

With win, Sock continues strong start for Americans in Paris

2013 French Open - Day Three
The U.S. is off to a strong start to the 2013 French Open. On Tuesday, Jack Sock became the latest in a string of young Americans to advance, dispatching Spain's Guillermo Garcia-Lopez, 6-2, 6-2, 7-5, in the first round. Read More

Isner, Harrison set up second-round encounter in Paris

2013 French Open - Day Two
John Isner and Ryan Harrison ensured there will be an American man in the third round of the French Open, winning Monday to set up a second-round matchup. In another strong day for the U.S., other Day 2 winners included Sloane Stephens, Varvara Lepchenko, Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Vania King and Melanie Oudin. Read More

Burdette leads charge of young American women in Paris

2013 French Open - Day One
Mallory Burdette advanced to the second round of the French Open yesterday, propelling her into the Top 80 just one year after completing her final collegiate season. Also victorious on Day 1 was USTA Pro Circuit Wild Card Challenge winner Shelby Rogers. Read More

Finally healthy, Mattek-Sands is back on track and on the rise

Porsche Tennis Cup Stuttgart - Day 6
Formerly ranked No. 32 in the world, Bethanie Mattek-Sands fell out of the Top 200 as she struggled with injuries and illness. Now healthy and armed with a new diet, she is back in the Top 70 with plans for a big French Open. Read More
Results: 125 Record(s) Found.
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