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I never think Serena Williams can't win, says McEnroe John McEnroe spoke about Serena Williams's chances to win the US Open. The seven-time Grand Slam winner said: "I never think that she can't win. I'm not sure to what extent, how injured she was in the first place, how much she's recovered given the injury she did have with the back.

'Is it a pager?' Halep, Osaka and more try out throwback tech Born around the turn of the millennium? How will you fare with the technology of the 1990s?

Fabio Fognini: 'I did a lot of bad things but I have been myself' In an interview to L'Equipe Fabio Fognini spoke about his career in general and his controversial behavior. The Italian player said: "I did a lot of bad things, that's true, but I paid.

Defending US Open champion Naomi Osaka - 'I think New York is home' As she returns to the scene of her first Grand Slam win, World No.1 Naomi Osaka has spoken about her love for New York City - and the woman she beat to win the 2018 US Open, Serena Williams. "I think New York is home," the 21-year-old said in an interview with CBS.

US Open 2019: Day 2's Order of Play Defending champion Naomi Osaka begins her campaign on Tuesday at the US Open.

WTA Bronx: Magda Linette edges Camila Giorgi for first WTA title The 27-year-old won eight matches in nine days to lift the maiden WTA trophy, toppling Camila Giorgi 5-7, 7-5, 6-4 in two hours and 32 minutes and earning enough points to find herself on the verge of the top-50.

Social buzz: New York, New York - Kvitova and more prepare for US Open All the latest from social media.

Osaka: 'Everyone will watch Serena Williams-Maria Sharapova US Open match' Naomi Osaka will be one of the players who will watch the US Open first round match between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova. Speaking to the reporters on Friday, the Japanese said: "Of course I'm going to watch it. I know you all are going to watch it.

Tennis: Is Kyrgios running out of time to mature? - Two weeks after receiving a record six-figure fine for his latest on-court meltdown, Nick Kyrgios returns to the U.S. Open with questions swirling over whether the mercurial Australian will ever mature in time to fulfill his vast potential.

Did Venus Williams Ever Get Her Due? Venus, the dutiful Williams daughter, who actually followed the 78-page playbook her father wrote even before she was born to make her a tennis champion. Venus, who in following that playbook delivered on the dreams of the old man now sitting courtside on a bench watching her practice in the syrup-thick West Palm Beach morning.

Federer, Thiem, Djokovic… The champions seen from the inside How was Dominic Thiem before reaching the top of the ATP? Who prefers playing with sparring partners? Can men from the Top 500 beat Serena Williams?

Rafael Nadal is the greatest defender, says Woodforde The former Australian doubles champion Mark Woodforde praised Rafael Nadal's ability to evolve. Woodforde said: "He's playing so offensively, points are so short, but we're talking about this guy who is the greatest defender, absorber of pace, one who is willing to stay out there for hours, 10 feet behind the baseline if necessary.

US Open 2019: Day 1's Order of Play Monday's action is headlined by the blockbuster clash between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova.

Fancy a trip to the US Open? Here's your ultimate guide to Flushing Meadows Want to head to the US Open but don't know where to start? Kevin Palmer has you covered. Tennis365 will be bringing you the best coverage of the final major of the year over the next two weeks, but here is your guide if you fancy making a last-minute dash to New York to see your heroes in action.

Roger Federer:'This is the best I've felt in years coming into the US Open' Roger Federer feels confident ahead of the US Open. The Swiss player, speaking to reporters on Friday, said: "We were talking on the practice court yesterday or two days ago, this is probably the best I've felt in years coming into the US Open again, which is encouraging.

Daniil Medvedev: 'I gained experience from facing Federer, Nadal, Djokovic' Daniil Medvedev commented on the keys behind his breakthrough. The Russian player reached Washington and Montreal finals and won in Cincinnati.

Could Andrey Rublev carve out more master performances at the U.S. Open? Getting pass the top opponents is what most players dream of. Andrey Rublev has been there and done a few.

Alexander Zverev: 'There is nobody I trust more than my father' Alexander Zverev does not feel he needs to hire a new coach after splitting with the former world No. 1 Ivan Lendl. Zverev fully trusts his father Alexander Sr. "There is nobody I trust more than my father, so I have that voice. I have that person around me.

Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova are known all over the world, says Evert Chris Evert spoke about the popularity of tennis in the United States. The American believes there is a difference between ATP and WTA. "I think that men's tennis, it's an uphill battle. It ranks low, eight, nine, ten, as far as popularity in men's sports.

Novak Djokovic: 'My wife is a very avid writer and she's very inspired' Novak Djokovic can often get deep when he reflects on tennis and life. The Serbian player said he got inspired from his wife Jelena, who got an economics degree at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. The Belgrade native said: "She's a very avid writer and she's very inspired, very motivated to write and always share.

Benoit Paire reacts to impressive comeback win over Steve Johnson French tennis star Benoit Paire was "really happy" with his Winston-Salem semifinal win over last year's runner-up Steve Johnson. Paire, seeded at No. 1, easily lost the first set before he staged an impressive comeback to win 1-6 6-0 6-0 and prevent the American from reaching back-to-back Winston-Salem finals.

Is Novak Djokovic Chasing Roger Federer’s Slam Record? You Betcha! - ATP Tour - Tennis Novak Djokovic discusses his desire to overtake Roger Federer as the all-time Grand Slam men's singles titles record holder ahead of the 2019 US Open.

Daniil Medvedev: 'In Miami it was totally Stefanos Tsitsipas' fault' Daniil Medvedev commented on his character. In last year's Miami Open the Russian argued with Stefanos Tsitsipas during and after the match. "In real life, I am really calm", clarified Medvedev in an interview to The Telegraph. "On court, I can be angrier.

Hurkacz beats Paire for 1st ATP World Tour title Hubert Hurkacz claimed his first ATP World Tour title Saturday night, holding off top-seeded Benoit Paire for a 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 victory at the Winston-Salem Open. The 22-year-old Hurkacz became the 14th first-time champion on the tour this year and the first Polish player to win a tour-level tournament since 1982, when Wojtek Fibak won in Chicago.

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