MIKE DICKSON IN NEW YORK: British No 2 Jo Konta kept up her winning streak to make it into the main draw of the US Open with a high quality win over former top 50 player Tamira Paszek.
John McEnroe says he "can't condone'' the behavior of tennis' new bad boy, Nick Kyrgios. He says Kyrgios has gone "too far,'' that his bad behavior had diminishing returns and he'd like to offer Kyrgios some advice. Two things immediately...Show More Summary
There is quite a bit of drama as the U.S. Open prepares to get underway on both the men's and women's side of the draw. The most pressing issue on the women's side concerns top seed Serena Williams. Can she complete the calendar-year Grand Slam by winning her second consecutive U.S. Show More Summary
Over the past few years, the U.S. Open has developed into perhaps the one Grand Slam event tennis fans can count on to add variety in the late stages. Roger Federer used to own the tournament, winning it five times in a row from 2004-08. Show More Summary
A star-studded two weeks of tennis is about to kick off in New York, the climax to another thrilling season. So who has the best chance to win the 2015 U.S. Open? Unsurprisingly, Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams are heavily favored...Show More Summary
The ATP Tour issued a press release announcing it will suspend a suspension given to Nick Kyrgios. This addresses the 20-year-old's recent vulgar remarks. However, the six-month "probationary" period sets a precedent that opens the ATP...Show More Summary
Now, I don't profess to know or understand the goings-on inside Drake's heart. The man's been dealing with a lot lately. He's got a Meek Mill-shaped body buried in a landfill outside Toronto and upcoming performances in September, and...Show More Summary
Give the edge to Roger Federer this time. The 34-year-old superstar had a formidable task as he faced top-seeded Novak Djokovic in the Western & Southern Open, but he never flinched in recording a 7-6, 6-3 victory. The win marked the seventh time he earned the championship in the Cincinnati-based tournament. Show More Summary
Roger Federer loves to play in Cincinnati's ATP Western & Southern Open. He jumped out to an early lead over No. 3 seed Andy Murray, and picked up a 6-4, 7-6 victory in the semifinal. Federer will be gunning for his seventh championship...Show More Summary
This year, the U.S. Open does not have to be the runner-up to Wimbledon. While the tournament at the All England Club is the crown jewel of international tennis, this year's U.S. Open gives the sport a chance to crown a Grand Slam champion. Serena Williams has had a brilliant year, winning the Australian Open, the French Open and Wimbledon. Show More Summary
While the later rounds of the U.S. Open usually features the biggest names in the sport, a number of high-profile players won't make it that far. There are always surprises in the opening rounds at the New York event, and this year won't be any different. Show More Summary
Serena Williams is not feeling the pressure as she bids to complete her grand slam set this year by winning the US Open. Victory would see Williams match Steffi Graf's 1988 feat.
Britain could have four more players in the US Open main draw on Monday after Kyle Edmund, Brydan Klein, Johanna Konta and Naomi Broady moved one step closer to qualification.
Former Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard has been working with Jimmy Connors ahead of the US Open, prompting speculation she will appoint the American legend as her new coach.
The quarterfinals kicked off on Thursday at the Winston-Salem Open, with a No. 2 seed still in the running, an upstart qualifier looking to shock the field and reach the semifinals and an unfortunate injury that stole the tournamentShow More Summary
The 2015 U.S. Open draw ceremony produced intriguing matchups and potential pitfalls for No. 1 seeds Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic. Williams, winner of the last four Grand Slams and the past three U.S. Opens, is trying to win her 22nd Slam. Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal wants nothing to do with Nick Kyrgios.
Sean Randall breaks down the US Open draw.
Although top seeds Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams come into the U.S. Open with high expectations, don't count out a surprise winner once again in New York. The men's draw has produced six different champions in the last seven years at the final Grand Slam event of the season. Show More Summary
Novak Djokovic, who is seeking his second U.S. Open title, will begin his run in the year's final major starting on August 31 as the No. 1 seed taking on Joao Souza in the first round. The most intriguing potential matchup for Djokovic on his side of the bracket is in the quarterfinals against Rafael Nadal. Show More Summary