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Sets & The City: Domi’s Dramas in NYC

New York City is the theatre capital of the world, so it’s a fitting location for some of the most dramatic moments in Dominic Thiem's career during the US Open. From devastating losses to milestone moments, ATPTour.com looks at the Austrian’s memorable highlights in New York ahead of his championship match

Sampras On Maiden US Open Title: ‘It Was A Little Too Soon’

Pete Sampras captivated tennis fans worldwide when he captured his maiden Grand Slam title at the 1990 US Open. At age 19, the big-serving American became the youngest men’s singles champion in tournament history, a record which still holds today, and found himself thrust into the spotlight. Although Sampras appeared to

Steady As He Goes: Carreno Busta Survives In Five Against Shapovalov

Despite 76 winners and relentless fighting spirit from No. 12 seed Denis Shapovalov, Pablo Carreno Busta remained unflappable in their US Open quarter-final on Tuesday. The No. 20 seed was largely stoic throughout their four-hour, nine-minute showdown inside Arthur Ashe Stadium. Tirelessly retrieving balls and blocking back the onslaught of Shapovalov’s

Shapovalov’s US Open Breakthrough Took A Village

Ask any player about how they made it onto the ATP Tour and they’ll name at least one person who played a key role in achieving their dreams. Denis Shapovalov is quick to credit the members of his team, both lifelong and recent, who helped guide him to his first Grand

Coric Saves 6 M.P. & Stuns Tsitsipas In US Open Thriller

As the old adage goes, a match isn’t over until the last point has been played. Neither Borna Coric or Stefanos Tsitsipas will likely forget that again after their captivating and dramatic third-round match on Friday at the US Open. Coric, the No. 27 seed, saved six match points, including three

Down But Not Out, Murray Vows To Keep Fighting

Andy Murray didn’t return to competitive tennis for a paycheck or a nostalgia tour. Like everyone competing at this year's US Open, he wanted to leave with the trophy. It won’t happen this year after the 2012 champion fell in straight sets on Thursday to No. 15 seed Felix Auger-Aliassime. But

Tsitsipas Shakes off Bruisin’ Bruin Cressy At The US Open

It's extremely rare to see a player serve and volley on every point on the ATP Tour. It's even less often that a player routinely hits second serves quicker than 120 miles per hour. But Stefanos Tsitsipas didn't seem to mind on Wednesday evening inside Arthur Ashe Stadium. The reigning Nitto

19-Year-Old Nakashima: ‘I Always Wanted To Be No. 1’

Brandon Nakashima won his first Grand Slam match on Monday at the US Open, defeating 38-year-old Paolo Lorenzi. The #NextGenATP American is only 19, but he is certainly dreaming big. “I’ve always wanted to be No. 1 in the world and win a Grand Slam,” Nakashima said. “It’s just a matter

Ten Challenger Stars To Watch At The US Open

For the next fortnight, all eyes will be on the stars of the ATP Tour as they battle for glory at the US Open. But as hungry as they will be to lift the champions' trophy, there is a group of competitors that are just as motivated to make a

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