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Getting Chippy With Serena Williams

There's a member of Serena Williams's entourage that has been giving the 17-time Grand Slam singles champion a hard time.

Hot Seat at the U.S. Open to Watch Djokovic

On Monday afternoon, fans with tickets to the U.S. Open's No. 1 venue were faced with a difficult decision: Use that ticket or go see the world’s No. 1 tennis player, Novak Djokovic.

She Patches Things Up at the U.S. Open

When an up-and-coming tennis player winds up in a televised match at the U.S. Open, a last-minute sponsorship deal might also come their way. And that’s when seamstress Kathy Karadza fires up the sewing machine.

Novak Djokovic: Still a Court Jester?

Novak Djokovic, who advanced to the fourth round of the U.S. Open on Saturday, is back atop the tennis rankings. But is he still the same "Djoker?"

Victor Estrella Burgos’s History-Making U.S. Open Run Ends

It’s already been a history-making week for Victor Estrella Burgos.

Caroline Wozniacki Is Looking Sharp

Caroline Wozniacki and Andrea Petkovic entered the Grandstand for their third-round match on Friday looking very stylish -- both wore dresses by Stella McCartney. But only one player left looking happy.

Predicteform Analysis of the Woodward Stakes

Here is Predicteform‘s in-depth analysis of Saturday’s Woodward Stakes from Saratoga Race Course, including Pace Figures and Form Cycle Patterns of each starter.

Josh Gordon, Ray Rice and the NFL’s Complex Morality Court

In wake of the outrage over the Ravens running back getting a two game suspension for domestic assault, especially when compared to Gordon's one-year marijuana suspension, Roger Goodell changes league policy.

Coco Vandeweghe Goes Nuts

American Coco Vandeweghe lost 6-3, 6-3 to Carla Suarez Navarro in what appeared to be a routine match. Except when it was done, Vandeweghe didn’t shake the hand of chair umpire Fiona Edwards because she gave Vandeweghe a code violation for racket abuse.

Cosmin Moti Saves the Day for Ludogorets Razgrad

European Pressphoto Agency If Cosmin Moti sat next to you at a bar and told you the story of how his soccer game went this week, you’d immediately ask him if he’d had one too many. But as embellished, improbable and downright crazy as...Show More Summary

Podcast: Football Is Back. Everything Else Now Irrelevant.

College football writer Jonathan Clegg and NFL writer Kevin Clark join the show to discuss the opening week of college games, including a heavyweight SEC-Big Ten clash in Houston and the first look at the post-Johnny Football Texas ...

The U.S. Open Men’s Winner Could Be Anyone–Assuming He’s Not American

With no viable contenders, U.S. men's tennis reaches a nadir, but this year's U.S. Open is full of intrigue as there is no clear favorite and a golden opportunity for one 33-year-old Swiss man.

U.S. Open: What to Watch on Day 1

If your objective is to watch the best tennis possible on the first day of the U.S. Open: go to Court 17.

The Mo’ne Davis Craze Is Over…For Now

Mo'ne Davis and her team were eliminated from the Little League World Series on Thursday, but the attention over the 13-year-old female pitcher isn't dying down.

Predicteform Analysis of the Travers Stakes

Predicteform's in-depth analysis of Saturday's Travers Stakes from Saratoga Race Course.

Podcast: Mo’ne Davis and the Drama of the Little League World Series

Mo’ne Davis is the talk of the sports world, but should we make such a big deal about Little League?

Open Disappointment: Injury Forces Nadal Out of U.S. Open

Rafael Nadal is still, on most days, the best player in the world. But the wear and tear of his physical style means something is always hurting.

Predicteform’s Analysis of the Arlington Million

Here is Predicteform's in-depth analysis of Saturday's Arlington Million from Arlington Park in Arlington Heights, Ill.

Another League, Another New Commissioner

When two of the most successful commissioners in sports history retire within the same year, you know a sea change is taking place. David Stern left the NBA earlier this year; now, Bud Selig is getting ready to leave Major League Baseball at the beginning of the next, to be replaced by newly elected commissioner Rob Manfred.

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