T/tennis

  1. Jury Finds U.S.T.A. Liable in Lawsuit Brought by Eugenie Bouchard Sports, Yesterday

    The jury found that the United States Tennis Association was 75 percent responsible for Bouchard’s fall in the trainers’ room at the 2015 U.S. Open.

  2. New York Tennis Tournament Tries a Distinctive Style: Not-So-Basic Black Sports, February 10

    The inaugural New York Open, an ATP Tour event set at the Nassau Coliseum next week, will use black tennis courts made of wood.

  3. Sebastian Korda Takes a Trip in His Father’s Shoes but Finally Stands Apart Sports, January 27

    Korda, 17, won the Australian Open boys’ singles title on Saturday, 20 years after his father, Petr, won the men’s title. Petr Korda stayed home in Florida so as not to be a distraction.

  4. Federer and Cilic Meet Again, but This Time Drinks Will Have to Wait Sports, January 27

    Roger Federer and Marin Cilic will play in the Australian Open final on Sunday, just a few months after they practiced together while in the Maldives.