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US Open: Running out of time in Grand Slam fame game
Times of India

US Open: Running out of time in Grand Slam fame game

When title holder Spaniard Rafael Nadal pulled out of the US Open, his agony was sweet music to tennis's widely-hyped but under-performing next generation. Times of India, 1 week ago
Rafael Nadal and the GOAT Conundrum Yahoo! India, 6 hours ago

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International Business Times Australia, 3 weeks ago
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International Business Times Australia

Novak Djokovic Expects Rafael Nadal To Come Back Roaring

The absence of the Spaniard in the last Grand Slam tournament of the year has opened the avenue for the likes of Roger Federer and Djokovic to face fewer obstacles in the forthcoming US Open when it begins on Monday. The 14th-time Grand Slam ...
 International Business Times Australia4 days ago Nadal will be Back with a Vengeance: Djokovic  International Business Times India4 days ago AFP - Tennis-USA-Open-Nadal-Djokovic-Federer  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago Novak Djokovic- Andy Murray quarters on cards  Khaleej Times6 days ago
International Business Times India

Roger Federer has made five straight tournament finals and enters this year's U.S. Open in better shape than last year.

NEW YORK -- Roger Federerhopes to see his rival Rafael Nadal back on tour soon, but he won't deny that the Spaniard's absence from the U.S. Open creates an opportunity. Nadalannounced last week that he would not defend his U.S. Open title due to a ...
 SI.com4 days ago US Open 2014 Live Streaming Information: Watch Roger Federer vs Marinko Matosevi  International Business Times India3 days ago Roger Federer brimming with confidence as US Open begins  Metro.us3 days ago Roger Federer aiming to make most of one of his last, best grand slam shots at US Open  Abu Dhabi National4 days ago
Mid Day

Djokovic hopeful of oft-injured Nadals strong comeback again

New York: Rafael Nadal casts a long shadow at Flushing Meadows, even though the Spaniard won't be defending his title when the US Open begins on Monday. Although the oft-injured Nadal is now sidelined by a troublesome right wrist, current world ...
 The Gulf Today4 days ago Rafael Nadal will come back stronger, says Novak Djokovic  Mid Day4 days ago Novak Novak in no doubt Rafael Nadal will come back strong  Zee News5 days ago Novak Djokovic Backs Rafael Nadal to Come Back Strong  NDTV5 days ago
Ani News

'Injured' Nadal to decide about …

By ANI | ANI Johannesburg, Aug 16 (ANI): Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal's management has said that the defending champion would decide early next week whether or not to play in the US Open, as he has been sidelined with a right wrist injury. ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago 'Injured' Nadal to decide about US Open participation next week  Business Standard India1 week ago `Injured` Nadal to decide about US Open participation next week  Siasat Daily1 week ago Injured Nadal to decide about US Open participation next week  TruthDive1 week ago
International Business Times Australia

Rafael Nadal Still Undecided on 2014 US Open Stint, in Danger of Losing No. 2 Spot to Roger Federer

Rafael Nadal is already losing precious ATP points by missing the past couple of tournaments. The Spaniard is set to lose more if he loses the 2014 US Open scheduled from August 25 to September 8 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center ...
 International Business Times Australia1 week ago Rafael Nadal to Announce Decision on 2014 US Open Status on Tuesday; Roger Federer Aims for No. 2 Spot  International Business Times Australia2 weeks ago With Rafael Nadal Out, Roger Federer Set to Steal No. 2 Spot in the ATP Rankings  International Business Times Australia3 weeks ago
Ani News

Nadal backs out from US Open with wrist injury

38 am London, Aug 19 ( ANI ): Spanish tennis ace Rafael Nadal would not be defending his US Open title as he withdrew from the event with an injury to his right wrist. The world number two suffered the wrist injury in training on 29 July, ...
 Ani News1 week ago
International Business Times Australia

Splint-Free Rafael Nadal in Intense Practice for US Open Campaign

Rafael Nadal hasn't decided yet whether he'll participate in the upcoming US Open championship, but the Spaniard already showed that he won't give up the fight in reaching his dream. REUTERS Nadal, who already lost 2,000 of his 4,000 ATP World ...
 International Business Times Australia1 week ago
Latin American Herald Tribune

Nadal says he's working hard to get over wrist injury

Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal, the world No. 2, said in a Twitter posting Monday that he was "training these days, always optimistic" despite the injury to his right wrist. The 28-year-old Nadal posted a photograph that shows him serving as ...
 Fox News Latino3 weeks ago

Nadal in doubt for U.S. Open

(CNN) -- Rafael Nadal's hopes of successfully defending his U.S. Open title have been dealt a serious blow after the Spaniard revealed he has sustained a wrist injury during a practice session. The world No. 2 says he will be out of competitive ...
 CNN3 weeks ago Injury puts Nadal's U.S. Open title defense in doubt  Channel40003 weeks ago
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