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44mGreg Garber

Garber: Why anyone in the top 20 could beat Serena

There's no question whatsoever that Serena Williams is the favorite to win the US Open, but if she doesn't manage her nerves, well, anything can happen.

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Murray expecting 'fired up' Kyrgios

Andy Murray is expecting Nick Kyrgios to thrive off the build-up surrounding their first round encounter at the US Open.

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US Open Day 1 broadcast schedule

Novak Djokovic leads the afternoon session and Serena Williams highlights the night session on the first day of competition at the 2015 US Open Monday.

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15hD'Arcy Maine

Voice of the fan: Serena's young supporters

Thousands of children (and maybe even more adults) converged in Queens on Saturday for Arthur Ashe Kids' Day. And while Serena Williams wasn't in attendance, her young fans came out in droves.

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11hPeter Bodo

Bodo: US Open men's draw analysis

The Big Four all have their obstacles in the US Open draw, but none more so than Andy Murray, who has a date with fiery Aussie Nick Kyrgios in the opener.

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11hPeter Bodo

Bodo: US Open women's draw analysis

If Serena Williams is going to win the US Open, she will likely have to get by Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys and her sister Venus -- and that's just in her quarter.

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11h

Anderson tops Herbert for 1st title in 3 years

Second-seeded Kevin Anderson of South Africa won his first pro title in more than three years when he beat French qualifier Pierre-Hugues Herbert 6-4, 7-5 in the Winston-Salem Open final.

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Kvitova rallies for 2nd straight New Haven title

Second-seeded Petra Kvitova won her second straight Connecticut Open title Saturday, beating fourth-seeded Lucie Safarova 6-7 (6), 6-2, 6-2 in the all-Czech Republic final.

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True or false: Kyrgios is bad for tennis

Will Nick Kyrgios ever grow up? Are Rafael Nadal's best days behind him? Pam Shriver gives her thoughts on the top storylines heading into the US Open.

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Center Court: Serena going for calendar Slam (1:21)
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Andre Agassi talks Pete Sampras ad, Serena slam (2:34)
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2dMark Hodgkinson

Watson interested in Serena rematch

British No.1 Heather Watson has learned from her agonising Wimbledon defeat by Serena Williams and says a US Open rematch would be 'interesting'.

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5dGreg Garber

Up or down? Serena trending high at the right time

It's one thing to try to compete with Serena Williams on any given day, but considering her recent form, it looks like it might be near impossible to beat the world No. 1 in New York.

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ATP imposes conditional fine, ban for Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios was conditionally suspended for 28 days from any ATP-sanctioned event and fined an additional $25,000 for his comments about Stan Wawrinka at the Rogers Cup on Aug. 12.

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Nadal not fazed by Djokovic, Mickey Mouse

Rafael Nadal's interview with ESPN's Tom Rinaldi was not going to be disrupted, even with Novak Djokovic waving a Mickey Mouse doll.

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