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  • Tennis | Lyons' Chatt has good run on court

    Tennis | Lyons' Chatt has good run on court
    The U.S Open was not on Alexandria Chatt's mind as she worked her way through the Midwest qualifying tournament in late June. Until she reached the final, that is, where one more victory on the tennis court would have earned her a spot in the U.S....
  • John Isner out, as is U.S. in Wimbledon 3rd round, a first since 1911

    The clock had ticked to one minute past 4 p.m. here Monday, and the last American standing at Wimbledon wasn’t standing anymore. John Isner, head hung low with body language that made him look closer to 6 feet than 6 feet 10, walked off Court 3,...
  • Novak Djokovic in Wimbledon final; downside is he faces Roger Federer

    It's hard to feel sorry for Novak Djokovic, but we need to. For the second straight Wimbledon tennis tournament, he is positioned as the spoiler, Mr. Buzz Kill. Life is not fair. Certainly, not life in pro tennis. Djokovic has it all. When he held off...
  • Pines' Kozlov reaches Wimbledon boys' finals in singles and doubles

    While no American man has won a Grand Slam title since Andy Roddick won the U.S. Open in 2003, the future of tennis in the United States brightened up on a rainy day across the pond on Saturday as Stefan Kozlov and Noah Rubin won their semfinal matches to...
  • American teen Duval battling cancer

    American teen Duval battling cancer
    U.S. tennis player Victoria Duval, who won her first career main draw match at Wimbledon last week, revealed on Friday she has been diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma and will take a break from the sport to get treatment. "It is with a heavy heart that...
  • Djokovic, Federer To Meet In Final

    WIMBLEDON, England — It's hard to feel sorry for Novak Djokovic, but we need to. For the second-straight Wimbledon tennis tournament, he is positioned as the spoiler, Mr. Buzz Kill. Life is not fair. Certainly, not life in pro tennis. Djokovic has...
  • 'Brand Kyrgios' on the rise, but Australian must tread carefully

    MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Teenager Nick Kyrgios's ranking is not the only thing that will soar after his electrifying run at Wimbledon. The Australian's brand has also shot into the stratosphere, according to marketing experts. An exhausted Kyrgios bowed out...
  • Murray's Wimbledon exit not so surprising, according to IBM analysis

    LONDON (Reuters) - Andy Murray's defeat at Wimbledon on Wednesday should have come as no surprise, according to a new IBM system that claims the Briton was a less aggressive player than opponent Grigor Dimitrov. Computer giant IBM credited Dimitrov...
  • Serena Williams' mystery ailment punctuates bizarre day at Wimbledon

    Serena Williams' mystery ailment punctuates bizarre day at Wimbledon
    Staid old Wimbledon got bounced on its fanny here Tuesday. Somebody sat on the spectacles and broke them. Egad. Somebody else put lowfat milk on the strawberries. Strange things happened. The orderly became disorderly: • An ailing Serena Williams...
  • Rafael Nadal Stunned By Aussie Teen; Federer Advances, Sharapova Out

    WIMBLEDON — Rafael Nadal's charge toward a third Wimbledon title came to a stunning halt in the fourth round on Tuesday when he was sensationally beaten by 19-year-old Australian wildcard Nick Kyrgios, 7-6 (5), 5-7, 7-6 (5), 6-3. Ranked 144th in...
  • Kyrgios reminiscent of Sampras, says Woodbridge

    LONDON (Reuters) - Former Wimbledon semi-finalist Todd Woodbridge described fellow Australian Nick Kyrgios's stunning victory over world No.1 Rafael Nadal on Tuesday as one of the best performances he has ever seen from a teenager. The 19-year-old...
  • Maria Sharapova ousted at Wimbledon by Angelique Kerber

    A decade ago, 17-year-old Maria Sharapova won the first of her five major tennis titles here at Wimbledon. On Tuesday, her hopes for the ultimate 10-year-anniversary present went awry. Sharapova, seeded fifth, ran into a determined German named...