By the end of their match, Kyrgios was another awed Federer spectator
Roger won 6-4, 6-1, 7-5, and in the process hit one of the best shots of his career.
Sep 01, 2018 by Steve Tignor
How Serena turned her 30th meeting with Venus into a one-sided rout
Venus said it best: Her sister was untouchable on Friday night.
Aug 31, 2018 by Steve Tignor
On Rafael Nadal’s 4-set, 4-hour, Houdini-like win over Karen Khachanov
The defending champion "escaped tough situations" in a gripping third-round slugfest.
Louis II: What’s been gained and lost at the ambitious new Armstrong
The US Open's new stadium couldn't be more different than its iconic predecessor.
Djokovic “lost it mentally,” then found it in time to beat Sandgren
The Serb was pushed to a fourth set for the second time in two rounds.
Aug 30, 2018 by Steve Tignor
What can Lendl bring to Zverev's game? A look at the new partnership
In some ways, the union seems too perfect to be true. But there are questions.
Serena avoids "trap match" Witthoeft to set up "The Match" with Venus
Serena gathered momentum with her 6-2, 6-2 win on Wednesday night.
Aug 29, 2018 by Steve Tignor
An early look at the pros and cons of tennis' new serve clock
There has been mixed reviews for the sport's new experiment.
"I had literally never seen her before": How Sloane Stephens survived
She has always won with talent, speed, and power; today, she won with grit and will, too.