The left foot injury which Nadal says he has carried since around 2005 had bothered him since Roland Garros and now appears to threaten his chances for the final Grand Slam of the season starting on 30 August in New York.
In new book J Edgar Hoover's personal assistant offers insight into the persona of the American icon
Letersky offers less a historical breakthrough than finer brushstrokes on an American icon, whom the author describes as kind, courteous, formal, thoughtful, fearless, occasionally funny, a perfect gentleman and a devout patriot.
USTA proposes staging two-tournament bubble, comprising US Open and Cincinnati Open, in New York starting late August
It is far from certain that either US Open or any other tournament in lead up can be played this year, but the maneuver is designed to help draw the needed support of government and public health officials as they manage the outbreak, travel and the economy.
Watch: Nick Kyrgios smashes racquets, abuses umpire in second-round defeat against Karen Khachanov at Cincinnati Masters
Nick Kyrgios stepped off court to smash two racquets and toss his shoes to spectators on Wednesday in a meltdown during a second-round ATP Cincinnati Masters loss to Russia's Karen Khachanov.
Andy Murray said that as he increases his singles workload, with return at Cincinnati Masters, everything seems to be falling into place.
A gunman dressed in a business suit opened fire inside a bank in downtown Cincinnati early on Thursday, killing three people and wounding others before being shot and killed by police, authorities said.
US Open: Andy Murray says he is uncertain of fitness on return to first Grand Slam after one-year gap
Andy Murray, who won the first of his three Grand Slam titles at Flushing Meadows in 2012, arrives this year ranked 378th in the world and still working his way back from hip surgery in January.
Radiohead's Moon Shaped Pool tour in Cincinnati: Is this the most unconventional band to play arenas?
Radiohead have leaned on different sonic directions, and a two hour-plus set like their recent gig at Cincinnati packed it all in
US president Donald Trump on Monday described lawmakers who did not applaud his State of the Union address as unpatriotic and treasonous.
Former world number one Andy Murray withdrew from the Australian Open on Thursday after failing to recover from a hip injury, joining injured Japanese star Kei Nishikori on the sidelines.
Australian Open: Kei Nishikori withdraws from showpiece event, Novak Djokovic faces race against time to be fit
Injured Japanese star Kei Nishikori pulled out of the Australian Open Thursday, while Novak Djokovic says he will test his problem elbow at an exhibition before deciding whether to play.
Petra Kvitova was sidelined for five months after suffering a serious injury on her left hand when stabbed at her home and she made her return to competition at the French Open in May.
Halep connected on 67 percent of her first serves, but not enough of them were effective enough to frustrate Sharapova.
US Open 2017: Bernard Tomic says he's 'not the smartest person' but doesn't regret his controversial outbursts
"But I was honest with my opinions. Sometimes it's better to be honest rather than hiding it and not telling your thoughts," said Bernard Tomic.
Alexander Zverev,Dominic Thiem, Nick Kyrgios and Andrey Rublev will be the major contenders to break the hold of the 'Big four', when they take part in US Open 2017.
Cincinnati Masters: Simona Halep seeks World No 1 ranking, Nick Kyrgios to face Grigor Dimitrov in final
"I know if I keep this level, it's going to come. If not tomorrow, maybe next weeks," said Simona Halep.
Cincinnati Masters: Nick Kyrgios thrashes Rafael Nadal to reach semis, Karolina Pliskova beats Caroline Wozniacki
Nick Kyrgios, ranked 23rd, now faces Spain's David Ferrer for a finals berth.
US Open 2017: Maria Sharapova handed wild card, set to play first Grand Slam since doping suspension
Sharapova had withdrawn from US Open warm-up tournaments in Toronto and Cincinnati the past two weeks after suffering a left forearm injury at Stanford.
A long line of mourners waited to enter funeral services for Otto Warmbier, the US student imprisoned in North Korea who returned home last week in a coma that proved fatal.
The family of an American college student who died days after being released from North Korea in a coma says the 22-year-old "has completed his journey home."