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  1. FILE PHOTO: Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

    Tennis: US Open cuts winners' prize money

    U.S. Open singles winners will receive US$850,000 less prize money this year, the United States Tennis Association said on Wednesday, with ...
  2. US Tennis Association officials said Friday they are confident in their health and safety plans to

    Tennis: US Open confident in health and safety plans

    US Open organizers say they are confident in safety plans a month ahead of the Grand Slam tennis event in New York even as US COVID-19 outbreaks ...
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    US Open will go ahead without fans amid COVID-19 - reports

    The United States Tennis Association will hold the U.S. Open this year without fans amid the COVID-19 outbreak even though some top players have ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Spain's Rafa Nadal and Switzerland's Roger Federer pose before their men&apos

    Tennis: 'Big Three' join #BlackoutTuesday campaign against racial injustice

    Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic were among the tennis players who joined the #BlackOutTuesday campaign against racial injustice, as ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Tennis: US Open

    Highly unlikely US Open would be held without fans - USTA head

    The organisers of the U.S. Open said on Thursday a decision on whether to hold the Grand Slam this year amid the coronavirus outbreak will be made ...
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    US Open venue to host 350-bed temporary hospital amid coronavirus pandemic

    A portion of the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center is set to transform into a 350-bed temporary hospital on Tuesday, the USTA said, as the ...
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    US Open makes changes after Serena-Ramos incident

    A year after Serena Williams infamously clashed with an umpire during her U.S. Open final loss over being assessed multiple violations that ...
  8. New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer speaks during news conference outside the USTA National Te

    USTA under-reported millions, owes back rent - NYC comptroller

    The New York City Comptroller said on Thursday that the United States Tennis Association (USTA) had under-reported millions in gross revenue, days ...