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The Women’s Tennis Tour: The Final Match of the US Open

The Women’s Tennis Tour: The Final Match of the US Open

American Frances Tiafoe upsets Rafael Nadal in 4th round of US Open

At one point, the world’s top-ranked women’s tennis player seemed to be taking it on the chin from the world’s top players.

It’s been a long week of drama on the women’s tour as Maria Sharapova and Sloane Stephens have called time on their rivalry.

But perhaps the biggest headline moment for the women of 2015 was the US Open. It was the Women’s Tennis Association’s (WTA) first major played on grass, and there was a palpable difference on the men’s side too.

All of the matches came down to the final day of a grueling three-day tournament. The men, though, got their day off and a chance to enjoy themselves. The women, though, were battling to save their Wimbledon spots.

But for one women in particular, something big just wasn’t working out. That was the day when Serena Williams suffered her worst ever victory. But in the fourth round, it appears as though that’s about to change.

We’ll hear from Serena. We’ll hear from the women’s side of the sport. We’ll hear from Rafael Nadal and the Spaniards. We’ll hear from the women’s tennis fans who have spent the past week and a half watching these games with us.

Here, just in time for you to turn on ESPN tomorrow afternoon for the final match of the tournament – a clash between US Open champion Victoria Azarenka and Jelena Ostapenko – let’s check in with our very own sports writer from the nation’s capital.

Rafael Nadal had little trouble with two of the three young American players in the men’s draw. But this was the kind of match that will give him no sleep the rest of the summer, and he’ll have to be thinking about this match for the next few days.

One of those young players was Madison Keys. She

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