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Tennis: Western and Southern Open

Is Kyrgios running out of time to mature?

Two weeks after receiving a record six-figure fine for his latest on-court meltdown, Nick Kygrios returns to the U.S. Open with questions swirling over whether the mercurial Australian will ever mature in time to fulfil his vast potential.

Tennis: Western and Southern Open

Djokovic says has read Gimelstob victim statements

World number one Novak Djokovic said on Saturday he read the victim statements involving former ATP board member ­Justin Gimelstob, who pleaded no contest to assault in April, and that the American has work in his private life that needs addressing.

Tennis: Rogers Cup

Big Three 'almost impossible' to beat at U.S. Open

Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic have enjoyed a years-long stranglehold on Grand Slam titles and that dominance is unlikely to end at the U.S. Open where a cast of hopefuls will try to end their reign.

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Paire, Hurkacz survive long day to reach Winston-Salem final

Paire, Hurkacz survive long day to reach Winston-Salem final

(Reuters) - Top-seeded Frenchman Benoit Paire rallied from a set down to beat American Steve Johnson 1-6 6-0 6-0 in the semi-final of the Winston-Salem Open on Friday.

Chair umpire Ramos has lasting impact on U.S. Open

Chair umpire Ramos has lasting impact on U.S. Open

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Until last year's U.S. Open, few tennis fans could identify a tournament official by name. That changed during the 2018 women's final when chair umpire Carlos Ramos shot to prominence after a seismic clash with Serena Williams.

Giorgi saves four match points to reach Bronx final

(Reuters) - Italy's Camila Giorgi saved four match points in a tense third set tiebreak to defeat top seed Wang Qiang and reach the final of the Bronx Open on Friday.

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