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Nick Kyrgios blasts ref, smashes rackets in Cincy loss

In the end the record books will say Karen Khachanov beat Nick Kyrgios two sets to one in a second-round match in Cincinnati on Wednesday, but that tells virtually none of the actual story.

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Despite loss, Andy Murray makes great strides in singles return

His game might be a bit rusty, but Andy Murray's on-court demeanor was in vintage form in a first-round loss at the Cincinnati Open.

Western & Southern Open

Coco Vandeweghe grateful for return to tennis from rare pain condition

Coco Vandeweghe barely watched tennis after a rare condition sidelined her most of the year. Now, she's slowly getting back into the swing of things.

Cincinnati tourney is like coming home for Madison Keys

Having grown up in the Midwest, tennis star Madison Keys relishes the opportunity to return to play in Mason, Ohio, each year.

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American Women

Young stars

A new wave of American women's tennis players is emerging

In 2017, four U.S. women made the semifinals at the US Open, with Sloane Stephens winning it all. Now, a new class of U.S. contenders has risen up, led by Amanda Anisimova, Coco Gauff and Sofia Kenin.

Coco was raised to be limitless

Tom Rinaldi sits down with Coco Gauff and her parents to talk about raising her to be limitless and the difference in her maturity on and off the court.


Coco Gauff

Tale of the Tape

How Coco Gauff compares to past tennis prodigies

At age 15, Coco Gauff is already strong in all the key areas, where some previous phenoms were lacking, to make it her world for the taking.

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Where will we see Coco Gauff next? It's complicated

The spotlight is shining bright on Coco Gauff after her Wimbledon run, but don't expect to see her regularly on the WTA Tour. Here's why.

Kyrgios Wins Citi Open

Eventful week in D.C.

Kyrgios: I'd lost faith in myself


Kyrgios chucks water bottle at umpire's chair, claims it slipped

Nick Kyrgios is frustrated after Yoshihito Nishioka breaks his serve, which leads him to throw his water bottle against the umpire's chair.


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