Defending champion Novak Djokovic was handed a favorable draw for Wimbledon on Friday as the other three members of tennis’ “Big Four” were all placed on the opposite side.
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Federer was trying to come from two sets down for the 10th time in his career, most recently at last year’s U.S. Open against Gael Monfils.
It is among the most unexpected championship matchups in Grand Slam tennis history: Kei Nishikori against Marin Cilic in the U.S. Open final.
Steady as ever, even at 33, Roger Federer saved two match points en route to coming all the way back from a two-set deficit, edging the Gael Monfils on Thursday night.
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Growing up as a basketball fan, Roger Federer had a poster of Michael Jordan hanging on his bedroom wall. On Tuesday night, Federer won a first-round match at the U.S. Open with Jordan sitting in his courtside guest box.
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The 2014 U.S. Open draw will be revealed on Thursday, and a familiar name will be absent. Here are the favorites heading into the 134th U.S. Open at Flushing Meadows.
Top-ranked Novak Djokovic is seeded No. 1 for the U.S. Open, and five-time champion Roger Federer is No. 2, meaning they could meet only in the final.