Five-time champion Serena Williams is the top seed for the U.S. Open, which will begin Monday in Flushing Meadows.
Former champion Novak Djokovic has been installed as the top seed, while five-time winner Roger Federer is seeded second at the U.S. Open, which will commence Monday in New York.
There can be only one favorite at the U.S. Open ... and that's got to be the incomparable Serena Williams.
When the final Grand Slam event of 2014 swings into action next week, will there be only two men who could possibly win the U.S. Open?
Rafael Nadal will miss the upcoming U.S. Open because of a right wrist injury.
Former champion Juan Martin Del Potro will miss the upcoming U.S. Open due to a wrist injury.
For a 10th straight year, Maria Sharapova topped the Forbes list as the top-earning female athlete on the planet. And Iveta Melzer (nee Benesova) retired from professional tennis this week.
Well, it's been 13 months since Andy Murray's reached a final. Could this week be the week?
The ATP Tour event scheduled to take place in Israel Sept. 15-21 has been canceled due to security concerns arising from the military conflict in the region.
World No. 2 star Li Na has withdrawn from the upcoming U.S. Open, citing a knee injury.
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