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Tag Archives: U.S. Open
The Kids Are Alright
Sinner and Alcaraz treated us to quite the spectacle.
The Fragility of the One-Handed Backhand
Nostalgia for one-handed backhands can obscure the fact that two-handers are a much better fit for the modern game.
Roundtable ATP Predictions for the 2022 U.S. Open
Picks for the men’s singles U.S. Open champion.
Roundtable WTA Predictions for the 2022 U.S. Open
Some of our writers predict the winner of this year’s WTA U.S. Open tournament!
Sky Has Big Shoes to Fill as Amazon’s U.S. Open Coverage Ends
With Sky set to regain the rights to the U.S. Open in 2023, British fans may fear a downturn in quality from the Prime Video days.
Andy Murray’s U.S. Open Title, 10 Years Later
How did Andy Murray win his first major title?
Djokovic’s second withdrawal from a major this year doesn’t have nearly the shock factor of the first.
Emma Raducanu, One Year Later
Reliving Emma Raducanu’s incredible U.S. Open title and what has followed.
Double Faults and Dominoes
“Goes big on that second serve, can’t connect. Still another set point, right here.”