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  2. On Tennis
    Odd Strokes Delight in Era of Uniformity at U.S. Open

    Looking to mimic the likes of Roger Federer and Serena Williams, professional tennis players have adopted many similarities in their swings, with some exciting exceptions.

  3. With Power Ruling the Game, Monica Niculescu’s Slicing Forehand Stands Out at the U.S. Open

    Niculescu’s forehand shot is usually a slice, a rare strategy that has had mixed success, but often takes opponents by surprise.

  4. Postcard From Saratoga Springs
    And He’s Off: A Track Legend Calls It a Career

    Tom Durkin, who called more than 80,000 horse races with an imaginative and captivating style, worked his final race on Sunday at Saratoga Race Course.

  5. Tony Stewart’s Return to Sprint Cup Series Ends With Blowout

    Stewart crashed into a barrier and blew a tire in his return to Nascar competition Sunday. He had taken a three-week hiatus from racing after his car fatally struck a fellow driver at a short-track event.

  6. Sport Turns a Corner and Sees Its Future, at 200 M.P.H.

    The Spanish motorcycle rider Marc Márquez, 21, is a phenomenon known for his aggressive racing techniques, but he has maintained a humble off-track persona.

  7. Millionaire Chess to Hit Las Vegas, in Gambit to Raise Game’s Profile With Big Prizes
  8. On College Football: A Donor’s Passion Animates the Gamecocks’ Success
  9. Chris Kirk’s Torrid Round May Alter Some Ryder Cup Plans
  10. Upsets Persist at U.S. Open as Caroline Wozniacki Ousts Maria Sharapova
  11. Men’s Draw Has Its First Major Surprise, and Event Has Its First Rain
  12. Even at U.S. Open Practice Session, Roger Federer Is Hottest Draw to Fans
  13. Analysis: Counterintuitive Adjustment Helps Caroline Wozniacki Upset Maria Sharapova at U.S. Open
  14. Q. And A.: Andy Murray Discusses Favorite Courts, and the Future
  15. Blue Jays 4, Yankees 3: Jays Honor Jeter in Final Visit but Treat His Team Rudely
  16. Mets 6, Phillies 5: Wright Steps Up as Hitter and Guru to Help Mets Outlast the Phillies
  17. Roundup: Grand Slam by Hardy Lifts Orioles Over Twins
  18. N.F.L. Preview: Heartsick City Imports Hope
  19. N.F.L. Preview: Jets’ Big-Time Receiver Nourished by Small-Town Roots
  20. N.F.L. Preview: 2014 N.F.L. Team Capsules
  21. N.F.L. Roundup: 49ers’ Ray McDonald Is Arrested on Felony Domestic Violence Charges
  22. Sports Briefing | Soccer: D.C. United Shuts Out Red Bulls
  23. Sports Briefing | Cycling: Quintana Takes Lead After Rainy Vuelta Stage
  24. Sports Briefing | Golf: Hennie Otto Wins Italian Open
  25. Sports Briefing | Basketball: U.S. Rallies Over Turkey in World Cup Rematch
  26. On Basketball: Ukraine’s Success Rooted in an Atlanta Connection
  27. Sports of The Times: Michael Sam Has a Spot in History, if Not With the Rams
  28. In the W.N.B.A., Women’s Coaching Journey Gets Easier
  29. Navy Tradition Makes the Trek to Baltimore
  30. Sports of The Times: Here Comes September. There Lie the Mets.
  31. Sports of The Times: New N.F.L. Policy Is One Step on a Long Road to Regaining Some Fans’ Trust
  32. Replay: A Look Back at History: Craning for the Best View at the U.S. Open

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