US Open 2013: Rafael Nadal is top dog - Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic may have number one by his name but he knows he will face the best player in the world in tomorrow's US Open final.
Murray's loss was expected, says Djokovic
Novak Djokovic was not surprised Andy Murray found it impossible to replicate his Wimbledon heroics at the US Open.
Andy Murray crashes out of US Open in straight sets defeat to Switzerland's Wawrinka
Andy Murray's US Open title defence came to an end in the quarter-finals with a straight-sets defeat by Stanislas Wawrinka.
Rafael Nadal sets up US Open semi-final against Richard Gasquet
Rafael Nadal produced a stunning display to trounce fellow Spaniard Tommy Robredo in the quarter-finals of the US Open.
Us Open: Murray into quarter-finals after jittery win over Istomin
Andy Murray was relieved to make it through to the quarter-finals of the US Open in tricky conditions at Flushing Meadows.
Andy Murray eases into week two of US Open
Andy Murray is developing a formidable record of consistency at Grand Slam level. Thanks to his emphatic 7-6, 6-2, 6-2 victory over Germany’s Florian Mayer here on Sunday night, the 26-year-old Scot has reached the second week of the last 11 Grand Slam tournaments he has played in.
Stubbs signs off junior career in style
Aaron Stubbs was hailed by Ulster Branch president Rosamund Thompson as "a credit to the sport" as his junior days came to an end with a typically cool and classy performance in the under-18 final at the Ulster hardcourt championships.
US Open: Rafael Nadal drops just three games against Rogerio Dutra Silva
Rafael Nadal made short work of Rogerio Dutra Silva to race into the third round of the US Open.
US Open: Roger Federer impresses with win over Carlos Berlocq
Roger Federer gave another hint that he could yet be a factor in the later stages of the US Open by brushing aside Carlos Berlocq in the second round.
Bejenaru nails her biggest scalp yet
If ever there was an example of grabbing an unexpected chance with both hands, it was yesterday when Karola Bejenaru made the quarter-finals of the grade three International Tennis Federation event in Budapest.
US Open: Andy Murray beats Michael Llodra to secure second round place
A long and frustrating day ended in a short and sweet victory for Andy Murray as the Scot finally began the defence of his US Open title.
True grit Macmahon in two semis
Ardghal Macmahon ground out two hard-won victories to seal his place in the under-16 and under-18 semi-finals at the Ulster hardcourt championships at Windsor Tennis club.
Wimbledon brought family together: Murray
Andy Murray has revealed one of his favourite things about winning Wimbledon was the way it brought his family together.
Andy Murray faces nightmare second week at US Open
The US Open could have a retractable roof installed over Arthur Ashe Stadium within three years, but tournament officials must be wishing it was already in place.
Djokovic fan O'Boyle on fire and chasing title
Matthew O'Boyle enjoyed a fine win in the Ulster Hardcourt championships at Windsor Tennis club yesterday.
US Open Federer sends out warning
Roger Federer opened his bid for a sixth US Open title on Tuesday with a 6-3, 6-2, 7-5 victory over Grega Zemlja.
Briton Daniel Evans pulls off shock win at US Open
British qualifier Daniel Evans' tattoo was mocked by Laura Robson, so he questioned some of her hairstyle choices.
Octave joy as McClurg misses out on glory
Donaghadee's Lucy Octave lifted the under-16 doubles title along with partner Julie Byrne of Dublin at the Irish junior championships at Fitzwilliam tennis club on Saturday.
Maria Sharapova’s name change plan scuppered by tennis commentators’ boycott
Television commentators will refuse to call Maria Sharapova by the name of her branded sweets even if she does succeed in changing her name to “Sugarpova” during the US Open, with one saying any such move would treat tennis “with contempt”.
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Robshaw satisfied with silverware
Chris Robshaw welcomed England's first Triple Crown since 2003 after Wales were swept aside 29-18 at Twickenham.
Halfpenny to miss Scotland clash
Fallen champions Wales will go into their RBS 6 Nations finale against Scotland next weekend without points machine Leigh Halfpenny.
Schmidt: We can break Paris hoodoo
Sports psychologist Enda McNulty can help Ireland belie the weight of history and shrug off "superstition" to claim the RBS 6 Nations title in Paris on Saturday, according to Joe Schmidt.
Intermediate Cup: Armagh happy to be the underdogs
Armagh City manager Marty Rice believes his side will be the one everybody wants to meet when it comes to the draw for the Intermediate Cup semi-final.