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30mBy Luke Knox

Infographic: Serena's Grand Slam History

Serena Williams has done nearly everything possible in Grand Slams. Hundreds of match wins, dozens of finals and a record-tying 22 titles. A look at her body of work.

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Kvitova tops Bouchard to reach quarterfinals

Two-time defending champion Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic advanced to the Connecticut Open quarterfinals by beating Canada's Eugenie Bouchard 6-3, 6-2 on Wednesday.

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2dMark Hodgkinson

Zverev leads pack of players ready to break out in New York

Yes, there's a good chance the familiar, proven faces will shine in New York, but that doesn't mean these five up-and-comers won't have some time in the spotlight.

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Keys (neck) withdraws from Connecticut Open

Madison Keys withdrew from the Connecticut Open after injuring her neck Sunday during a practice session ahead of the tournament she planned to use as a tuneup for the U.S. Open.

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Ex-'Hamilton' star to sing anthem at US Open

Leslie Odom Jr., who won a Tony Award for his performance in "Hamilton," will sing the national anthem at the US Open on Aug. 29. Grammy-winner Phil Collins will also perform.

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Nadal, Lopez take gold for Spain in men's doubles

Rafael Nadal added a second Olympic tennis gold medal to all of those Grand Slam trophies, teaming with Marc Lopez to win the men's doubles championship for Spain at the Rio de Janeiro Games.

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Police look into claims of poisoned tennis player

Police are investigating allegations that a British player at Wimbledon was poisoned, after she fell ill with a bacterial infection that can be spread through rat urine.

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17dKurt Streeter

After Djokovic's demise, Olympics is Murray's to lose

Gone in the first round of the Rio Olympics is world No. 1 Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray's most potent nemesis. With Djokovic out of the way, a second gold medal is in Murray's grasp.