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  1. 2013 US Open -- Handicapping the field of young American women st...

    Jane McManus

    There are many talented 23-and-under American women emerging this year. Some are rising fast through the ranks while others might already be fading. We handicap the field.

    Story | Conversation | August 30, 2013
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  3. Tennis - Ravi Ubha handicaps WTA year-end championships

    Ravi Ubha

    Serena Williams is the female player of the season. But that doesn't mean it'll be a walkover for the world No. 3 at the year-end championships in Istanbul, Ravi Ubha writes.

    Story | Conversation | October 22, 2012
  4. U.S. Open - The day Pete Sampras' fire returned

    Greg Garber

    Pete Sampras heard about what he couldn't do for so long that he started to believe it. Then 10 years ago, he strolled into the U.S. Open one last time -- and remembered who he was.

    Story | Conversation | September 06, 2012
  5. Clay-court Power Rankings -- French Open

    Jeff Sackmann

    One thing is certain: The one-size-fits-all ATP rankings aren't sufficient to handicap players ahead of the French. So we're here to fix that.

    Story | Conversation | May 19, 2011
  6. Handicapping the women's Wimbledon field

    Kamakshi Tandon

    The Williams sisters might be the odds-on favorites to muscle their way to another Wimbledon title, but they'll face plenty of thorny foes. We handicap the women's contenders.

    Story | Conversation | June 17, 2009
  7. Wide-open women's field for French Open

    Bonnie DeSimone

    Rafael Nadal is the clear-cut favorite on the men's side to win the French Open. As for the women, a handful of players can win on the red clay at Roland Garros. Bonnie DeSimone handicaps the women's field.

    Story | Conversation | May 22, 2006
  8. Handicap the men's draw at own risk

    The men's draw at the U.S. Open is tough to handicap. Very tough.

    PackageStory | August 23, 2002