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11hGreg Garber

Garber: Kyrgios own worst enemy in Open exit

We've come to expect antics and outbursts from Nick Kyrgios when he's on the court. But there were flashes of brilliance in his four-set loss against Andy Murray that the Aussie could build on.

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Murray downs Kyrgios in four sets (1:13)
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Five Things We Learned: Day 2 (2:45)
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The Daily W: US Open main draw has 22 American women (2:45)
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Wozniacki avoids upset bug, ousts NCAA champ

Caroline Wozniacki and Victoria Azarenka avoided the upset bug on the women's side of the US Open on Tuesday, while sixth-seeded Lucie Safarova wasn't so fortunate.

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15hMelissa Isaacson

Kokkinakis has 'moved past' Kyrgios comment

Thanasi Kokkinakis assured reporters Tuesday that he has moved on from an incident in which Nick Kyrgios told Stan Wawrinka during a match that "Kokkinakis [had sex with] your girlfriend."

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Woz crashes Isner's news conference, grills him (1:14)
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Kokkinakis talks drama with Kyrgios, Wawrinka (0:29)
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Daily Debate: Biggest personality in tennis (1:09)
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Digital Serve: Serena, Nadal and Fish in second round (2:36)
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Serena on US Open: 'I don't feel pressure to win here' (3:21)

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Azarenka to official: 'You ever play tennis?'

Victoria Azarenka was not happy with a call during her match at the US Open. She had plenty of words for the chair official, including inquiring if the official ever played the game and then adding "you probably weren't very good."

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Murray not bothered by Kyrgios' antics

Nick Kyrgios pretended to fall asleep during his match vs. Andy Murray, who said he didn't let it get to him: "No, obviously for me it's important when you're playing against him to just concentrate on your side of the court I think."

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Wake up, Nick!

Nick Kyrgios may or may not have fallen asleep between sets during his first-round match against Andy Murray at the US Open. Maybe the nap worked. He won the third set, after dropping the first two.

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Brad Gilbert @bgtennisnation

Weatherman says another toasty day high 91ish humidity in the high low 60's and a bit breezy in the. Afternoon =rough conditions for players

Forecast for US Open: Stars

Al Roker was just one of the many celebrities showing up at Flushing Meadows for the second night of the US Open. Was that former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice we saw?

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That's not how you play tennis

Nick Kyrgios had a bit of trouble holding onto his racket during a point against Andy Murray, who is dominating their first-round match on ESPN.

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ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Petra Kvitova with the 1st-round win over Laura Siegemund. She's 1 of 2 players to beat Serena this calendar year (Bencic the other).

Kyrgios: Controversy didn't take its toll

Nick Kyrgios on the controversy that's been swirling around him for the past couple weeks after his first-round loss to Andy Murray: "No, I wouldn't say so much tonight. I thought I've been dealing with that pretty well. Obviously it's been tough. But I think I've moved on from it."

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Kvitova smokes Siegemund in first round

Petra Kvitova needed less than an hour to beat Laura Siegemund in straight sets (6-1, 6-1) to advance to the second round of the U.S. Open. Kvitova will play Nicole Gibbs in the next round. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Siegemund makes it look easy in 1st round

Petra Kvitova cruised to win the first set 6-1 vs. Laura Siegemund, who is making her US Open debut and facing her first top-10 opponent. Kvitova has an uphill climb if she wants to make her first-round match competitive. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Murray downs Kyrgios in four sets

Andy Murray beat Nick Kyrgios 7-5, 6-3, 4-6, 6-1 to improve to 11-0 in first-round matches at the US Open.

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