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September 1st, 2017

Cilic, Isner Upsets Add to US Open Chaos; Federer, Nadal Up Saturday

“He won the first set. He was playing good tennis,” Shapovalov said. “He was playing me the right way. Yeah, I picked it up in the second. Stayed calm after the first. I knew I would have my chances. I converted in the second set when I had the chance. So I was happy with that — it’s unfortunate what happened.”

Posted by Staff @ 10:29 pm in Tennis, US Open | 285 Comments »

September 1st, 2017

Third Round US Open Thoughts; Federer, Nadal And What The Heck Is Going On!

What is going on at the US Open?

Posted by Sean Randall @ 2:35 pm in US Open | 27 Comments »

September 1st, 2017

Old Men Federer, Nadal Hobble Into 3rd Rd. After Struggles at US Open

“[My back is] better than the first round, so I’m happy,” Federer said afterwards. “Yeah, this match wasn’t about the back, which is good. This is more just a grind. I felt different, completely different, the way it played and everything. But I’m really, really happy I got through.”

Posted by Jeremy Davis @ 1:17 am in Tennis, US Open | 37 Comments »

September 1st, 2017

Pliskova Narrowly Avoids Upset Bug, Osaka Rambles On at US Open

“Her level was quite high in the beginning of the match,” Pliskova said.

Posted by Staff @ 12:32 am in Tennis, US Open | 2 Comments »

August 31st, 2017

Alexander Zverev Found His US Open Loss To Borna Coric Very Upsetting

Alexander Zverev still hasn’t made a Grand Slam quarterfinal.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 1:54 pm in US Open | 2 Comments »

August 31st, 2017

Denis Shapovalov: I Grew Up Wanting To Play A Night Match On Ashe, It Was Fun!

Denis Shapovalov continues to make a case he’s going to be a great player.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 1:47 pm in US Open | Comments Off

August 31st, 2017

Nick Kyrgios: I Have Good Weeks, I Have Bad Weeks, It’s The Story Of My Career

Nick Kyrgios was hit with a $5,500 total fine for yesterday’s two infractions on court.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 1:36 pm in US Open | Comments Off

August 31st, 2017

Roger Federer Is So Chill He Decided To Practice On The Public Courts At Central Park [Video]

Roger Federer can practice anywhere.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 1:22 pm in US Open | 24 Comments »

August 31st, 2017

Zverev Shocked, Shapovalov Upset Run Continues at US Open; Federer, Nadal Return Thurs.

“I just played very, very bad in the second and third set,” Zverev said.

Posted by Staff @ 1:06 am in US Open | 156 Comments »

August 31st, 2017

Wozniacki Ousted as No. 1 Pretenders Continue to Fall at US Open

“To save three match points, I think it was crazy,” Kuznetsova said. “It was a tough one. I’m happy I survive. But I’m definitely not happy with my performance today.”

Posted by Staff @ 1:01 am in Tennis, US Open | 7 Comments »

August 30th, 2017

Federer: Playing Under The Ashe Roof Is Cool; Nadal: Playing Under The Ashe Roof Is Too Noisy

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer don’t agree on the Ashe noise when the roof is closed.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 4:16 pm in US Open | 28 Comments »

August 30th, 2017

Roger Federer: If I Enter A Tournament, I Believe I Can Go Deep

Roger Federer says he’s feeling good, but is he?

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 4:01 pm in US Open | 3 Comments »

August 30th, 2017

Nadal Wins, Federer Escapes Tiafoe Test Tuesday at US Open; Cilic, Delpo Wed.

“At the beginning of the match, he played well. I didn’t,” said Nadal, who saw Lajovic serve for the first set at 5-4. “That’s part of the nerves a little bit, and you need to win matches, no?”

Posted by Staff @ 1:00 am in US Open | 72 Comments »

August 30th, 2017

US Open Hits Keep Coming as Kerber Ousted 1st Round

“She’s a very aggressive player, but I know this before,” said Kerber, who will now drop out of the Top 10. “She served very well and was going for it. Yeah, she played a very good match from the beginning.”

Posted by Staff @ 12:26 am in Tennis, US Open | Comments Off

August 29th, 2017

Sock Socked as Americans Open Play at US Open; Nadal, Federer Tuesday

“The last eight, nine days I’m practicing full without thinking about it,” Cilic says of his health. “That’s quite good. With this first match out of the way, I think that just resolves everything.”

Posted by Staff @ 2:03 am in US Open | Comments Off