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Establishing expectations for the new look Leafs heading into training camp
It's election season, and maybe that's why I've felt the need to poll the TLN Contributors so much lately.
At U.S. Open, Novak Djokovic Moves One Step Closer to Grand Slam
After dropping the first set, the world No. 1 smoothly beat sixth-seeded Matteo Berrettini, 5-7, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3, to advance to the semifinals against Alexander Zverev.
Joe Torre, other 2001 Yankees recall how country came together after 9/11, lament current divisiveness
Joe Torre, manager of the New York Yankees at the time of 9/11, grew rueful this week as the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks approached.
Leylah Fernandez Advances to U.S. Open Quarterfinals
On the eve of her 19th birthday, the young Canadian continued her magical run, beating Angelique Kerber 4-6, 7-6 (5), 6-2. She is exactly where she planned to be.
At the U.S. Open, Tennis Moves on as the Kids Make Noise
Carlos Alcaraz shocked Stefanos Tsitsipas Friday in the match of the tournament, so far. On Saturday, the fast-rising Emma Raducanu gets her chance at the final 16.
Bianca Andreescu Returns to the U.S. Open With Winning on Her Mind
Dogged by injuries, the 2019 champion didn't play a single match last year, but the young Canadian has surrounded herself with a new team focused on keeping her healthy.
2021 U.S. Open: What to Watch on Friday
Naomi Osaka and Aryna Sabalenka feature as the third round of singles action begins.
Louis Armstrong STADIUM | 10 p.m.
Storm caused chaos for fans and matches at U.S. Open.
In tennis, if something bad happens in the middle of a point - say, a cat runs across the court - then everyone involved agrees to "play a let."
2021 U.S. Open: What to Watch on Thursday
Karolina Pliskova, the fourth seed in the women's draw, and Hubert Hurkacz, the 10th-seeded men's player, will both take the court.
Court 5 | 4 p.m.
Novak Djokovic is Sensitive, Even When the Crowd's Not Against Him
Fans at the U.S. Open had lustily cheered Djokovic's teenage opponent Holger Rune, but once you have played the villain in New York, it's easy to jump to conclusions.