Four dynamic players with compelling stories make up today’s stellar semifinal lineup.
Rublev bottled the first set’s tie-breaker, but Medvedev, who was once regarded as someone who wouldn’t make it in tennis by the head of French coaches,...
The inspiring stories abound, with three mothers in today’s women’s quarter-finals.
Will Naomi Osaka and Alexander Zverev live up to expectations in New York?
The highest-ranked player in women's tennis gives her reasons for not playing in Paris his year.
More money for the early losers, less for the title winners and masks to be worn at all times.
After the shocking scenes of Sunday, when heavy favourite Novak Djokovic was defaulted for his careless behaviour, what is next at this unique and bizarre US...
Medvedev is my pick. Berrettini might be the toughest opponent for the Russian, but only if he squeezes past Rublev first. What needs to happen so...
A preview of Week 2 of the American Slam. The women’s draw – Williams, Osaka, or someone else? Djokovic and his new Professional Tennis Players Association....
Today’s preview will take you chronologically through what to watch as the round of 16 begins.
The New York major hopes to inspire a new generation of tennis fans from a variety of backgrounds with the help of their initiatives, as well...
Saturday’s schedule is highlighted by a third round match between two US Open champions.
UbiTennis looks at the matches you don't want to miss at Flushing Meadows on Friday.
As a result of the development the likes of Richard Gasquet and Kirsten Flipkens could be forced to withdraw from the Italian Open in Rome.
Former Grand Slam champions Andy Murray, Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka and Garbine Muguruza continue their campaigns on Thursday.
An overview of everything you need to know about the first two days of action at Flushing Meadows this year.
New protocols have been set out by the USTA after Benoit Paire's positive test on Sunday.
The top halves of the singles draws are scheduled for their second round matches on Wednesday.
Kim Clijsters, Andy Murray and both of the Williams sisters begin their campaigns today.
The double specialist has accused the USTA of sending out the wrong message concerning COVID-19.