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  1. Role models and the promise of prize money and college scholarships have all drawn more U.S. women than men to tennis in recent years, but the USTA is working to change that.
  2. Top-seeded Naomi Osaka, looking to win her first title in her hometown of Osaka, reached the quarterfinals at the Pan Pacific Open on Wednesday.
  3. Richard Gasquet and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga overcame tough matches to progress to the second round of the Moselle Open.
  4. Roger Federer said his 2020 schedule is set through Wimbledon with the Olympics starting two weeks later.
  5. Fifth-seeded Madison Keys improved her overall record against Daria Kasatkina to 6-0 by beating the Russian 6-3, 6-4 on Tuesday in the first round of the Pan Pacific Open.
  6. Spaniard Fernando Verdasco strolled in the second round of the Moselle Open with a straight sets victory.
  7. U.S. Open champion Rafael Nadal will start his 2020 season on the opposite side of Australia to Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer when he leads Spain in a group-stage qualifier in Perth in the new ATP Cup team competition.
  8. Rain delays before and during Sunday's match couldn't stop Karolina Pliskova, who shook off a 2-0 first-set deficit to beat Petra Martic and win the Zhengzhou Open title.
  9. After winning his 19th Grand Slam trophy at the US Open, Nadal insisted that he is not interested in the Big Three's race for the most singles titles.
  10. While you were watching NFL, Rafael Nadal won his 19th Grand Slam in unforgettable fashion.
  11. Daniil Medvedev turned boos to cheers from the US Open crowd after his performance in a loss to Rafael Nadal in the final.
  12. The 19-year-old Canadian, who beat Serena Williams on Saturday at the US Open, is more than ready for her big moment.
  13. From LeBron to Canadian fans to celebrities across the globe, everyone weighed in after Bianca Andreescu beat Serena Williams in the 2019 US Open women's final.
  14. In the first all-Japanese WTA final in 22 years, Nao Hibino cruised past Misaki Doi 6-3, 6-2 on Sunday to win the Japan Women's Open in Hiroshima.
  15. The ATP says all top 10 ranked players, including Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, have committed to play in the inaugural ATP Cup in Australia in January.


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