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In brief: Nadal, Federer post 1st-round U.S. Open wins

Tennis: Everyone’s been curious about the condition of Rafael Nadal’s knees. So far, so good. Starting a bid to win the U.S. Open – the only Grand Slam title missing …


Sharapova glad to be back

NEW YORK – Maria Sharapova simply couldn’t bear the thought of a U.S. Open taking place without her. So while sidelined with a torn shoulder a year ago, she refused …


Roddick back on Grand Slam stage as U.S. Open begins

NEW YORK – Everyone, it seems, wanted to talk to Andy Roddick about his loss to Roger Federer in last month’s epic Wimbledon final: the 16-14 fifth set, the 77 …


Glover outlasts favorites at U.S. Open

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. — One by one, the fan favorites fell as the galleries groaned down the stretch at the 109th U.S. Open at Bethpage Black. Tiger Woods. Phil Mickelson. And, …


Mickelson, Woods lurk as soggy U.S. Open continues

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Could there have been a more enticing preview for what will come today? Did NBC have a hand in this? Moments before darkness closed the curtains Sunday …


Rain stalls U.S. Open

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Already played on a long course, the U.S. Open suddenly turned into a long week. Tiger Woods began his title defense Thursday on soggy Bethpage Black by …


All eyes on Mickelson

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – The U.S. Open might have one tough act to follow. Tiger Woods was pure theater at Torrey Pines last year, playing on a left leg so badly …