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Apr 04, 2020
USTA says no specific studies about tennis and COVID-19 illness but best not play sport during pandemicIn a posting on its website, the USTA called it in the best interest of society to take a collective pause from tennis.
Mar 18, 2020
US Open criticises unilateral changes to Grand Slam calendar after Roland Garros rejig, promises consultation over changesThe revised date of Roland Garros sees them begin a week after the final of the US Open and results in clashes with ATP tournaments in Metz, St. Petersburg, Chengdu, Sofia and Zhuhai as well as WTA events in Guangzhou, Seoul, Tokyo and Wuhan.
Aug 31, 2019
US Open 2019: Coco Gauff faces reality check in blockbuster clash against World No 1 Naomi OsakaSaturday night's showdown at Arthur Ashe Stadium in the round of 32 might just be the start of a rivalry between the 15-year-old Gauff and World No 1 Osaka
Aug 24, 2019
US Open makes changes after Serena Williams-Carlos Ramos controversial incident during 2018 editionThe United States Tennis Association (USTA), which runs the US Open, said on Friday that this year for the first time at the Grand Slam it will post code violations on the scoreboard as they occur.
Jul 19, 2019
US Open 2019: Grand Slam to be richest tennis tournament in history with prize money increased to $57 millionThe US Open is also to make a $1 million contribution, split evenly between the ATP Tour and WTA Tour to help fund transition programs for players leaving the sport.
Aug 30, 2018
US Open 2018: Alize Cornet's sexism row in Grand Slam event indicates that gender inequality still persists in sportAs well as the sport of tennis has done well in the bigger gestures of equality, like naming the biggest Grand Slam complex after Billie Jean King and offering equal prize money to women (after much resistance and revolt), it’s the ‘smaller’ gestures of inequality that are shackling it.
May 04, 2018
Former umpire sues United States Tennis Association for racially motivated demotion and sackingA black former tennis umpire said in a lawsuit that he was forced out of the sport because he complained about racial bias, including that another umpire called him a "monkey,"
Feb 25, 2018
Eugenie Bouchard says she felt 'relieved and vindicated' after winning lawsuit against US Tennis AssociationBouchard had sought unspecified damages, arguing the USTA was at fault for unsafe conditions in a training room in the locker room area at the US Open, where she slipped and fell on a wet floor after a late night doubles match.
Feb 24, 2018
Eugenie Bouchard reaches settlement with USTA in lawsuit over her locker room fall at US Open 2015Eugenie Bouchard reached a settlement with the US Tennis Association on Friday to end her lawsuit over a locker room fall at the 2015 US Open Tennis Championships, US media reported.
Feb 23, 2018
Eugenie Bouchard's locker room fall at US Open 2015 'mostly' USTA's fault, finds New York juryThe jury needed less than an hour of deliberation to find USTA negligence was the main culprit in the fall that left Genie Bouchard with a concussion and forced her to withdraw from the US Open.