Wounded US veteran inspires as ballboy at US Open

From a routine patrol crossing a muddy ditch in Afghanistan, where a land mine blast changed his life in a split-second, to the hothouse of the US Open, American soldier Ryan McIntosh has come a long way.

Wounded US veteran inspires as ballboy at US Open

Serena Williams gets off easy - just this once

A day after losing the US Open final, Serena Williams was hit with a $2,000 fine for berating the chair umpire during her match against Samantha Stosur.

Serena Williams gets off easy - just this once

Eyeing a new racket, Djokovic wants to try acting

Novak Djokovic wants more. More of everything, on the tennis court and off. He's ranked No. 1 and is 64-2 in 2011, and sees room for improvement.

Eyeing a new racket, Djokovic wants to try acting

US Open: Michelle Obama takes on Serena Williams

First lady Michelle Obama played kid-sized doubles against Serena Williams, clocked a 55-mph serve and even did some hula-hooping in her first visit to the U.S. Open.

US Open: Michelle Obama takes on Serena Williams

Nadal's chopped locks not for sale

Rafael Nadal's New York hairdresser claims he has been offered $250 to sell the Spanish star's shorn locks.

Nadal's chopped locks not for sale

The US Open factfile

The last Grand Slam tournament of 2011 starts in New York on Monday. A look at what the tournament is all about.

The US Open factfile

US Open 2011: Serena Williams eyes 14th major title

Remember when Serena Williams was chastised for not taking tennis seriously enough?

US Open 2011: Serena Williams eyes 14th major title

Li eyes New York launchpad to superstardom

French Open champion Li Na is reaping the rewards after her determined, yet unorthodox path made her the first player from Asia to win a Grand Slam title.

Li eyes New York launchpad to superstardom

Problems dog three kings of New York

Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer face a worrying power shortage at the US Open as injury and faltering form plague the brightest lights of tennis's new golden age.

Problems dog three kings of New York

US Open emotions still raw 10 years after 9/11

When the Twin Towers fell, Andy Roddick was staying with his parents in Florida, Roger Federer was working out at a Swiss gym while a 15-year-old Rafael Nadal was losing his first ever senior match.

US Open emotions still raw 10 years after 9/11
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