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20-year-old US Open champion Naomi Osaka said she felt like she ‘had to apologize’ after beating Serena Williams in the final
Japan's Naomi Osaka, 20, beat Serena Williams, 6-2, 6-4, in a contentious US Open championship on Saturday in New York. It was Osaka's first Grand Slam title. The trophy ceremony was drowned out by boos, causing Osaka to cry and tell the crowd, "I'm sorry it had to end like this."
The race for the men’s Grand Slams record is back on as Novak Djokovic stakes his claim as player of the decade
Novak Djokovic won the U.S. Open on Sunday, his 14th Grand Slam championship. The win was the eighth straight for the Big 3 — Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer — and shows that the race for the all-time record is officially back on.
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Naomi Osaka won the US Open to become the first Grand Slam champion from Japan, beating Serena Williams 6-2, 6-4. Williams was given three code violations by chair umpire Carlos Ramos, the third leading to an automatic loss of a game in the second set.
Rafael Nadal is one of the highest-paid tennis players of all time — here’s how he spends his millions
Will Rafael Nadal win the US Open for the second year in a row? With more than $100 million in career winnings, Nadal is one of the highest-paid tennis players of all time. From purchasing a yacht and a six-figure watch to opening tennis centers, see how the King of Clay spends his millions.
Amazon is getting slammed with one-star reviews from Prime subscribers angry over its coverage of the US Open
Amazon is being deluged with one-star reviews for its coverage of the US Open in the UK. Customers are complaining about poor picture quality and the inability to record and fully rewind matches.
Gaming tournaments now offer prize pools comparable to some of the most established traditional sporting events
One tournament in particular, the annual Dota 2 International had a prize pool of $24.7 million in 2017 — more than the 2017 Masters, the 2018 US Open, and the 2018 Stanley Cup.
With the increase, the United States Tennis Association is fulfilling a commitment it made five years ago.