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Oudin's U.S. Open run is over -- but her career may just be st...

SI.com caught up with Sports Illustrated senior writer S.L. Price, who is covering the U.S. Open in New York, after Melanie Oudin 's 6-2, 6-2 loss to Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki in the quarterfinals Wednesday night. With her deep run, Oudin is ... SI.com, 2 months ago
Americans' prospects at U.S. Open SI.com, 2 months ago
Miami Herald

Keys, 19, reaches first major quarterfinal _ and wants more

Madison Keys turns 20 next month and her mother, Christine, is already sending her teasing texts featuring grandma emojis. "I'm like, 'Thanks for reminding me, Mom,'" she said. "Thank you. Love you." It's a good thing for Keys she's making the ...
 Miami Herald1 month ago Madison Keys reaches first major quarterfinal  Capital Bay1 month ago

American prospects leave mark on chaotic U.S. Open women's draw

That's it, I give up. In the wake of rampant chaos in the women's draw, I was hoping at least Francesca Schiavone could hold up her end, just to preserve the elements of style and panache in a U.S. Open gone bland. No such luck; the gallant ...
 SI.com2 months ago

Young emerges as real Tour threat

The scores suggested humiliation, a beat-down, the kind of setback that can haunt a player for weeks. I doubt if Donald Young felt that way as he left Thailand a 6-2, 6-0 loser to Andy Murray on Sunday but now an unquestioned threat on the ATP Tour.
 SI.com2 months ago

The Fed Cup deserves better

Join us now for a weekend recap of the Fed Cup, a well-meaning event that has no sense of time. Grab some Tang, or perhaps that bottle of Rheingold you've been saving. Bring tools: a calculator, maybe an abacus, and above all, some common sense.
 SI.com2 months ago

Can past No. 1s lead women's tennis into brighter future?

Tour officials would have you believe that the 2009 Grand Slam season was another compelling, fun-filled display of women's tennis, but it was hardly that. It was a mess. If there was an overriding theme, it was something along the lines of "I'm An ...
 SI.com2 months ago

U.S. Open organizers should wise up and bail on 'Super Saturday'

There was a time when the U.S. Open could act independently of the majors on scheduling issues, counting on the tournament's decidedly American flavor and the notion that sports fans build an entire weekend around "Super Saturday." When is ...
 SI.com2 months ago

Little sympathy for Odesnik after human growth hormone bust

Judging by the reaction to his drug bust around the game, you wonder what Wayne Odesnik might say if pressed to provide information about his contemporaries on tour. There doesn't seem to be much sympathy for the 24-year-old South ...
 SI.com2 months ago

Media whiffed at Madrid final -- just like Federer

If mom whips up a casserole and accidentally drops it on granny's head, someone's going to notice. If Tim Lincecum walks home the winning run on a pitch that winds up in Aisle 39, it's kind of a big deal. Well, Roger Federer whiffed on match point ...
 SI.com2 months ago

What to watch for at Indian Wells

Indian Wells is upon us -- or as it's officially called, the "BNP Paribas Open." Kind of a catchy title, isn't it? Nothing like giving fans no idea what's about to happen. You wouldn't be caught dead calling it the "BNP Paribas Open" unless you were ...
 SI.com2 months ago
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