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  1. After It All, Serena Williams Still Has No. 24 In Sight Sports, August 7

    After the coronavirus paused the tours, Williams is gearing up for the U.S. Open, her next opportunity to tie Margaret Court’s Grand Slam singles title record.

  2. Rafael Nadal Won’t Chase a Repeat of His U.S. Open Title Sports, August 4

    Nadal said he would prefer not to travel to the New York tournament during the coronavirus pandemic.

  3. Automated Line Calls Will Replace Human Judges at U.S. Open Sports, August 3

    On all but the two biggest show courts, line calls will be made by Hawk-Eye Live to reduce the number of people on site during the pandemic.

  4. Ashleigh Barty Will Skip U.S. Open Sports, July 29

    The No. 1 women’s singles player opted out of the Grand Slam tournament over concerns about traveling to New York amid the pandemic.

  5. Canceled Tournaments in China Are a Big Blow to Women’s Tennis Sports, July 23

    A move by the Chinese government to cancel international sporting events means the WTA Tour will lose its lucrative championships and six other tournaments.