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Mamma Mia! Pennetta wins U.S. Open and then retires

w_tennNEW YORK-- Flavia Pennetta won her first grand slam singles title over Roberta Vinci in an improbable all-Italian U.S. Open final on Saturday then added one more shock to a stunning fortnight by announcing her retirement.
  With the 7-6(4) 6-2 win, the 33-year-old Pennetta becomes the fourth oldest grand slam winner in the Open Era and joins 2010 French Open champion Francesca Schiavone as...

Sprint queen Schippers defeats Felix in 200m

dutchBRUSSELS-- World champion Dafne Schippers proved she will be the sprinter to beat over 200 metres at next year's Rio...

Serena loses Grand Slam bid in shocking upset

w_tennNEW YORK-- Serena Williams' bid for a rare calendar-year Grand Slam came to a shocking halt at the U.S. Open on...

Brady given thunderous ovation as Patriots open NFL season

page52b          Patriots won 28-21.

 FOXBOROUGH, MA- Tom Brady, the...

U.S. Open women's semis postponed due to rain threat

page52aNEW YORK-- The U.S. Open women's semi-finals scheduled for Thursday evening have been postponed due to the threat of...

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