What to Watch Monday at the U.S. Open

How to watch: From noon to 6 p.m. Eastern time on ESPN; 7 to 11 p.m. on ESPN2; and streaming on the ESPN app. Matches to keep an eye on. Because of the number of matches cycling through courts, these times are estimates and may fluctuate based on when earlier play is completed. All times … Read more

Emma Raducanu falls short in final of WTA Chicago Challenger ahead of US Open qualifying event

Wimbledon teen sensation Emma Raducanu falls short in final of WTA Chicago Challenger after three-set defeat by Clara Tauson ahead of the US Open qualifying event Emma Raducanu fell to a narrow 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 defeat to Denmark’s Clara Tauson  Her strong run to the final will now see her move inside the world’s top … Read more

Paralympic organisers under fire after extreme heat delays wheelchair tennis | Tokyo Paralympic Games 2020

There was a record set at the Paralympic Games on Friday, but one organisers would rather not have been set, after play was suspended due to extreme heat. The opening day of competition in wheelchair tennis was due to begin at 11am on a sweltering day in Tokyo but matches on uncovered outside courts at … Read more

Everything points to Djokovic… only young guns stand in way of Novak’s 21st Slam at the US Open

One is a 32-year-old ranked in the 30s and seemingly well past his best. The other is 34, playing with a metal hip and battling just to stay consistently fit. Incredibly, Marin Cilic and Andy Murray are the only two male players, other than Novak Djokovic, in the US Open with a Grand Slam title … Read more

Konta ‘didn’t want to watch’ Wimbledon after Covid-enforced withdrawal | Johanna Konta

Johanna Konta has opened up about her torrid, Covid-19-affected summer, during which she was withdrawn from Wimbledon on the eve of the tournament as a close contact of an infected team member. The British No 1 then contracted the virus herself, ruling her out of the Olympics. Although she watched the Tokyo Games, Konta says … Read more

After missing Wimbledon and the Olympics with Covid, finally it’s all go for Jo Konta at the US Open

Jo Konta saw her hopes of playing at Wimbledon and the Olympics dashed by Covid… but now it’s finally all go at the US Open for the British No 1 who wants to salvage something from a summer that had promised plenty By Mike Dickson for the Daily Mail Published: 17:30 EDT, 29 August 2021 … Read more

Novak Djokovic is on verge of ultimate tennis achievement before US Open | Novak Djokovic

Perhaps the clearest measure of Novak Djokovic’s greatness, as he prepares for the most significant shot he will ever have at winning tennis’s ultimate achievement, the calendar grand slam, is that he has already achieved a near equivalent feat. Djokovic’s run of four consecutive grand slam titles between Wimbledon in 2015 and the French Open … Read more

Heading Into the U.S. Open, Novak Djokovic Knows His Role

For all of the head-scratching moves Djokovic has made — such as holding a much-maligned exhibition tour in Belgrade in the middle of the pandemic, hitting a line judge in the throat with an anger-filled swipe during last year’s U.S. Open, upsetting the tennis establishment by trying to start the breakaway Professional Tennis Players Association … Read more