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11hMark 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'.

23hPeter Bodo

Bodo: US Open women's draw analysis

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

Draw sets up nicely for Serena/Djokovic (2:22)
1dPeter Bodo

Bodo: US Open men's draw analysis

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

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1dESPN Staff

Murray handed tough Kyrgios draw

British No.1 Andy Murray could play Roger Federer in the US Open semifinals, if he gets through a tricky first-round match with Nick Kyrgios.

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Anderson, Johnson advance at Winston-Salem

Second-seeded Kevin Anderson of South Africa and No. 13 seed Steve Johnson of the U.S. were among four seeded players to advance Wednesday to the quarterfinals at the Winston-Salem Open.

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Bedene ousts top seed Simon at Winston-Salem

Top seed Gilles Simon of France was upset by Great Britain's Aljaz Bedene, while two other high seeds survived upset bids on Tuesday during second-round play at the Winston-Salem Open.


Serena, Djokovic named US Open top seeds

Top-ranked Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic are seeded No. 1 for the US Open. Williams will seek to complete the first Grand Slam since Steffi Graf in 1988.

Center Court: Serena going for calendar Slam (1:21)
Center Court: Kyrgios must play nice (1:04)
Center Court: Djoker looks for third major title this year (0:49)
Center Court: Murray or Fed? (0:56)

Racket Response: Concerns for Serena, Federer?

Despite winning Cincinnati, Serena Williams struggled at times. And although Roger Federer was flawless, recent history suggests he won't have such a seamless time at the US Open.


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.

Serena defends Cincy title (0:48)
Serena: 'It really wasn't easy' (1:15)

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