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Federer: Sweltering conditions 'no excuse'

Five-time US Open winner Roger Federer says the oppressive conditions at this year's US Open is 'no excuse' for the record number of withdrawals, suggesting players must be better prepared.
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Drone crash interrupts match at U.S. Open

A drone crash halted a second-round match between Flavia Pennetta and Monica Niculescu at Flushing Meadows on Friday (AEST).
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Tomic saves match points to down Hewitt

Bernard Tomic battled past former US Open champion Lleyton Hewitt to end the Australian veteran's last Flushing Meadows singles campaign.
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Stosur frustrated at 'not good enough' US Open treatment

Samantha Stosur has expressed her frustration at the organisation of the US Open after she breezed into the third round in New York.
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Kyrgios in Hubba Bubba hubbub

Just when you thought Nick Kyrgios made it through his brief US Open appearance without further damaging the image of Australian tennis, this happens…
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Warne urges embattled Kyrgios not to waste talent

Nick Kyrgios is running out of allies but Shane Warne has attempted to get the controversial youngster back onside with the sporting world.
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Serena Williams edges closer to calendar Grand Slam

Serena Williams remains on course to complete the calendar grand slam after hard-fought victory in the second round at Flushing Meadows
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Video: CoCo Vandeweghe annihilates her racquet

We've all seen a tennis player smash their racquet at a Grand Slam but we aren't sure if they were as angry as CoCo Vandeweghe during her second-round loss at the US Open.
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Superbrat McEnroe turns on 'bonehead' Kyrgios

John McEnroe had previously anointed Nick Kyrgios a grand-slam champion in waiting but the original Superbrat was savage in criticism of the Australian during his first-round loss to Andy Murray at the US Open.
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Video: Kyrgios falls at first US Open hurdle

Nick Kyrgios certainly provided a lot of entertainment for the Flushing Meadows crowd, but he could not capitalise as he bowed out of the US Open in the first round.
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Stosur advances in better day for Australia

Samantha Stosur buoyed Australia's hopes at the US Open, while former world number one Victoria Azarenka, second seed Simona Halep and 2014 runner-up Caroline Wozniacki reached the second round.
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Kyrgios continues the theatrics at US Open

Nick Kyrgios is no stranger to controversy off the court and odd happenings on it.
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Kokkinakis cramps while Hewitt fights on

There were mixed results for the Australians during the first round of the US Open at Flushing Meadows in New York City on Wednesday morning (AEST).
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Federer coasts into second round at U.S. Open

The five-time U.S. Open winner could hardly have asked for an easier day as he breezed through his first match against Leonardo Mayer.
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Aussie tennis legend slams Kyrgios

Twelve-time Grand Slam champion Roy Emerson has added his name to the growing list of people in and out of the game critical of Aussie tennis brat Nick Kyrgios.
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Kyrgios bumps Federer from prime time

The hype game is working. Nick Kyrgios has bumped Roger Federer from the prime-time spot on Arthur Ashe Stadium for the opening round of the US Open.
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Ivanovic dumped out of US Open, Williams sails through

Serbian seventh seed Ana Ivanovic's US Open campaign lasted just one day, while Serena Williams and her Grand Slam bid remains on track.
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Nishikori eliminated in first round, Fish's retirement on hold

Last year's runner-up Kei Nishikori was the biggest casualty on the opening day of the US Open, while retirement-bound Mardy Fish advanced.
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Groth progresses as four Aussies bite the dust at US Open

Sam Groth was the only Australian to progress on day one of the US Open, with four Aussies eliminated at Flushing Meadows.
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"We need people like him on tour" - Bouchard

Canadian tennis sensation Eugenie Bouchard says she had no second thoughts about teaming up with Australian tennis brat Nick Kyrgios for the US Open starting this week.
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