Ex-Tennis Star James Blake Is Tackled By Police In Case Of Mistaken Identity
The former tennis star was violently tackled on the New York City streets after police mistook him for the wrong man.
As Kids Go Back To School, Adults Find Work As U.S. Open 'Ball Boys And Girls'
At this year's U.S. Open, grown-ups are replacing ball boys and girls who have been pulled away by the start of the school year.
On Hot Summer Courts, Tennis Balls Have An Extra Spring In Their Bounce
Summer tournaments like the U.S. Open bring high heats that can alter the physics of the game.
Bone-Chilling Serena Ad Depicts Career From Compton To Flushing In One Minute
A new Gatorade ad travels through Serena's life from her Compton start to Flushing Meadows glory.
A Decade After U.S. Open Debut, Donald Young Finally Has Signature Moment
The 26-year-old debuted in Flushing in 2005, but his mark came Tuesday under new expectations.
Serena Williams Tweets About Police Shooting Of College Football Player
The tennis star reacts for the killing of Angelo State football player Christian Taylor who was unarmed.
Happy Birthday, Arthur Ashe
The legendary tennis player won three singles majors and is the namesake of the ESPYs Courage Award.
U.S. Open Marks End Of Tiger Woods Era
It wasn't just that the former champion failed to contend; his performance was a train wreck.
Throwback: Arnold Palmer Stages Epic Comeback At 1960 U.S. Open
Arnie erases a seven-stroke deficit entering the final round to win his second major of the year.
Serena Williams, Caroline Wozniacki Bring Their Friendship To U.S. Open Final
The U.S. Open final pits two gal-pals on opposite sides of the net.