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Defending champion Andy Murray could face top-seeded Novak Djokovic only in the U.S. Open semifinals, while Nadal and Federer — who have never played each other at Flushing Meadows — might meet in the quarterfinals.
Upset in the first round a year ago, Williams channeled any lingering frustration into her overpowering strokes and drubbed Anna Tatishvili 6-0, 6-1.
His heavily tattoed arms include one in Japanese that says, "Beauty Will Save the World."
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) _ In a Sept. 18 story about the St. Petersburg Open tennis tournament, The Associated Press erroneously named Vasek Pospisil as Michal Pospisil.
James Blake used to mock Todd Martin for his gray hair, "for just in general being old."
Andy Murray weathered a slow start in the latest stop of this long, successful summer.
Back at the site of her greatest victory, Samantha Stosur looked like a champion again, not the player who has often struggled this year.
Donald Young wouldn't call it a setback, but his glum face and petulant reaction to his Australian Open exit told a different story.