Thiem's Injury Advances Del Potro In U.S. OpenJuan Martin del Potro is the lowest-ranked man to reach the U.S. Open quarterfinals since Jimmy Connors in 1991. Monday's victory came after Dominic Thiem retired in the second set because of a bum knee.
Djokovic Tops Edmund At U.S. Open With Hurt ElbowNovak Djokovic was not interested in discussing in any detail why he needed a trainer to work on his right elbow during an otherwise matter-of-fact victory over Kyle Edmund on Sunday night.
How Will Djokovic Look After Extra U.S. Open Rest?Maybe a little extra rest did Novak Djokovic some good. Everyone should know on Friday afternoon. That's when defending champion Djokovic is scheduled to play his third-round match against Mikhail Youzhny.
Rain Pelts Roof As Murray Tops Granollers At U.S. OpenWhen rain began pelting the roof at Arthur Ashe Stadium, Andy Murray couldn't pick up the usual sounds of tennis. Most importantly, he said, the thwack of the ball coming off of his opponent's racket was completely indiscernible.
Fan Favorite Del Potro Defeats Johnson At U.S. OpenDuring player introductions before the night's final match at Arthur Ashe Stadium, the player from the U.S. received polite applause. But 2009 champion Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina got hearty cheers.
Serena Not Happy With U.S. Open Win Over KingLooking rather displeased with herself at times, including when she shook her head and smirked on the way to the net for a post-victory handshake Thursday night, Serena Williams beat Vania King to reach the U.S. Open's third round.
Williams Sisters To Play Back-To-Back At U.S. OpenVenus and Serena Williams are set to play back-to-back matches on Thursday at Arthur Ashe Stadium, which may need its new retractable roof for much of the day because of light rain.
Djokovic Advances At U.S. Open After Vesely WithdrawsNovak Djokovic had faced a potentially tricky U.S. Open matchup with Jiri Vesely on Wednesday, but the defending champ moved on to the third round when his opponent withdrew before their match due to an arm injury.
Serena Starts U.S. Open With Easy Win Over MakarovaSerena Williams hit 12 aces and reached 121 mph on her powerful serve during her victory over Ekaterina Makarova, a potentially tricky first-round opponent at Flushing Meadows.
Djokovic's Right Arm Troubles Him At U.S. OpenNovak Djokovic double-faulted, then shook his right arm and grimaced. Seconds later on Monday night, a weak serve produced a wince from the U.S. Open's defending champion.
Serena Begins U.S. Open Against Tough MakarovaSerena Williams faced Ekaterina Makarova in the fourth round of the 2012 Australian Open, and the young Russian lefty stunned her in straight sets. Now, in the U.S. Open's first round, the luck of the draw was not kind to Williams.
U.S. Open Features New Roof, But No Rain In SightPlay has started at the 2016 U.S. Open under sunny skies with no rain in the forecast for days, which could delay the first official use of the new retractable roof on Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Things To Watch As U.S. Open Gets UnderwayAll eyes will be on a very important pair of left wrists during Day 1 of the U.S. Open. Novak Djokovic uses his secondary arm for a two-handed backhand. Rafael Nadal is a lefty who relies on that wing for his heavy topspin forehand.
5 Golfers Who Suffered U.S. Open HeartacheThe long list of U.S. Open champions includes a healthy group of players who also left heartbroken, and there are many others who never won the tournament. Here are five golfers to consider.
This Week In Golf: Daniel Berger Takes FedEx St. Jude ClassicDaniel Berger wins the FedEx St. Jude Classic by three strokes, joining the list of first-time winners on the PGA Tour this season.