Saturday and Sunday US Open tennis began with the doubles championships.
The US Open concluded fourteen days of exciting tennis this weekend with their two most popular matches, the Women's Championship Finals on Saturday and the Men's Championship Finals on Sunday.
After defeating Simona Halep 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 in the quarter final match of the US Open on Wednesday night, Serena Williams, seeded number 1, was shockingly beaten last night, Thursday in the semifinals by now family foe, Karolina Pliskova.
You would have expected so much more from Jo-Wilfred Tonga, ranked ninth against the No. 1 seeded Novak Djokovic, after watching his earlier matches this past week, and listening to his friend and competitor, Gael Monfils, ranked 10th, speak so ...
Madison Keys’ and Venus Williams’ dreams of reaching the finals at the U.S. Open came to a halt in the fourth round as the tournament moves toward its dramatic conclusion this weekend at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis ...
It was Aug. 26, two weeks ago, that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick carried out what on the surface was an innocuous, silent protest against what he perceives to be widespread social injustices directed at Black men and women ...
Despite being three players short because of injuries, the New York Liberty scored a huge 92-70 win over the Phoenix Mercury last Saturday evening.
The NFL season begins tonight with “Thursday Night Football.” Amazingly, mentions of Thanksgiving and Christmas aren’t far behind.
The Giants’ extreme offseason makeover is about to be put on display.
A variety of celebrities and athletes were sighted on the grounds of the US Open this week, held at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, across from Citi Field in Queens, as a point of reference.
Tiger Woods is on his way back -- but the former world No. 1 says he "still has work to do" as he attempts to resurrect his career.
Find something fabulous in your closet, or get something new, like the Jordans that came out on Saturday, or some Rod Lavers and a Lacoste or Polo top. Or, just come as you are to the US Open's Community Day
You know Serena Williams. We all know Serena Williams. She's been burning up the tennis world for 20 (!) years now. But it seems in the past year or so, she's gotten even more...Serena Williams-y.
In one way, Colin Kaepernick, the San Francisco 49ers quarterback, brought to mind the courageous act of Rosa Parks, who chose to sit rather than give up her seat at the front of the “colored” section of the bus to ...
Young African-American Olympians from Muslim families of the Tristate area, have returned home after historic, medal-winning performances in this year’s international Olympic games.