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Here’s Why It’s Named the Laver Cup

“I’d have to say it’s probably close to it,” Laver said from New York, the last stop on his 50th anniversary Grand Slam tour. “The thing is, I had to play Roy Emerson in the third round, Fred Stolle in the quarterfinals, Rochie in the semis and then Gimeno in …

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The Laver Cup Paints It Black

“It’s going to be interesting,” he said. “It’s an extremely nice court. It will be a little bit different to get used to the optics of the black court, but I think after one or two days on practice, it will seem to all of us just like any other …

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After a Doubles Win, an Awkward Trophy Ceremony

On Saturday, Jamie Murray and Bethanie Mattek-Sands won the mixed doubles title for the second year in a row. And on Friday, top-seeded Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah of Colombia followed up their Wimbledon men’s doubles title with the U.S. Open championship. Colombian wins the girls’ title. Fourth-seeded María …

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