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Venus Williams was eliminated Friday in the U.S. Open women's singles, in a three-set match that was strange and compelling.
NEW YORK - The dark clouds that have hung over U.S. men's tennis for a while now lifted just a bit Thursday. Think of it mostly as the sun peeking through.
Bill Dwyre: Pam Shriver offers insights into teenager Ci Ci Bellis, an overnight sensation at US OpenThursday, August 28, 2014 at 1:00 AM
NEW YORK - There was one especially understanding observer to the two-day Ci Ci Bellis sensation at the U.S. Open tennis tournament. Pam Shriver had been there, done that.
Cara Black is one of the have-nots in the world of professional tennis. But then, there is so much money in the sport that we might all be happy not having.
We trekked out to the U.S. Open's venerable Grandstand Court on Tuesday on a mission of promise.
NEW YORK - There is seldom a dull moment in the evening matches at the U.S. Open tennis tournament.
The age-is-just-a-number cliche got a nice boost Monday at the U.S. Open tennis tournament.
Maria Sharapova followed up a flashy opening night ceremony on center court at the U.S. Open with some flashy tennis of her own Monday.
This year, tennis fans have watched three major tournaments, seen six different champions in the men's and women's singles, and known full well that was just the warmup.
Julie Heldman will turn on the TV set often the next two weeks. At home in Santa Monica, she will watch, as always, with nostalgia and amazement, as the U.S. Open tennis tournament unfolds.