US Open (Women's)

  • August 28 - September 10, 2017

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There’s nothing quite like the U.S. Open. The other Grand Slams have their own unique charms and attractions, but there’s something about the late-summer vibe in New York City that makes the Open so distinctive. The media capital of the world, boisterous crowds and players vying to end their summers on a high note combine to create an electric atmosphere. Perhaps it’s the proximity to Broadway, but a memorable performance can come from anywhere—an upstart on a packed side court, or a headliner in one of the stadiums. 


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Not worth the risks: WTA No. 1 Ash Barty passes on playing US Open

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Andy Murray "mentally planning" for US Open to go ahead; Konta as well

The 2012 men's champ is training for the NYC doubleheader, but may not play both portions.

ATP Basel postpones Golden Jubilee to 2021; USTA cancels nationals

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