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US Open Juniors | Anisimova and Wu win Junior titles

Amanda Anisimova of the USA and Yibing Wu of China emerged victorious in the Girls’ and Boys’ Junior Singles Championships in New York on Sunday. Two young American women competed for the US Open trophy, as Anisimova and Cori ‘CoCo’ Gauff, who took to the Grandstand in what was the third consecutive all-American Grand Slam girls’ final. Aged 16, Anisimova, the 4th seed, made her experience count, as she powered her way to a 6-0 6-2 victory over Gauff to win her first junior Grand Slam title. Wu managed to upset Argentine top seed Axel Geller 6-4 6-4 for...

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US Open Day 13 | Hewett and Reid, the doubles dream team triumph again

When it comes to lifting doubles titles at Grand Slams Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid seem to have found the recipe for success. A dash of daring and fearless play, a brush of bullying backhands that can knock even the strongest opponent off the court and a pinch of creativity to garnish. Blend them all together and what have you got? A tour de force of the tennis...

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US Open Day 13 | Top two seeds make the Boys’ final

For the first time since 2001, the top two seeds will meet in the US Open boys’ singles final on Sunday. Hours after top-seeded Axel Geller of Argentina booked his spot in the title match with a win over unseeded Russian Timofey Skatov on Saturday, second-seeded Wu Yibing of China staved off two match points to turn back the challenge of unseeded Emil Ruusuvuori of...

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US Open Day 13 | Murray and Hingis US Open Mixed Doubles Champions

Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis added the US Open mixed doubles title to their Wimbledon crown with victory over Chan Hao-ching and Michael Venus. After a faultless first set, Murray and Hingis found themselves in a real battle but prevailed in the match tie-break to win 6-1 4-6 10-8. The victory takes Murray’s tally of slam titles to five, three in mixed doubles and two in men’s...

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US Open Day 12 | Reid and Hewett set up an all-Brit semi-final showdown

What’s the difference between a Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett US Open singles quarter-final match and a being on a rollercoaster? Absolutely nothing. They all give us ups and downs, have our pulses racing and scare us and delight us in equal measure. And what’s more we keep going back for more of the action despite telling ourselves we can’t go through it...

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