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Andreescu and Nadal crowned champions in 2019 US Open

The U.S. Open tennis championships, the last major tennis tournament and final Grand Slam event of the year, wrapped up its run on the weekend of Sept. 7. A common occurrence, this year’s U.S. Open was able to highlight the strength of both veteran champions in tennis and fresh-faced newcomers, who dominated the court at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, Queens for the very first time.

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Mets competing for their playoff lives in wild race

After general manager Brodie Van Wagenen promised that his New York Mets would be going “all-out” this season, it is still unclear whether his moves will clinch the Mets a playoff berth. By choosing to not move starting pitcher Zack Wheeler, or Noah Syndergaard and acquiring veteran Marcus Stroman, Van Wagenen showed Mets fans that he is committed to getting his team to thepostseason.

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Team balance key to Yanks' success

As the 2019 regular season enters its final month, the New York Yankees continue their methodical march to what will likely be their first American League Eastern Division title since 2012. The Bronx Bombers, having long since buried their closest competitor in Tampa Bay, will instead play out their remaining string of games while dealing with their surplus of talent.

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2019 U.S. Open features big surprises

The 2019 U.S. Open Tennis Championship has taken an interesting turn since the world’s top-ranked players of both men’s and women’s singles were eliminated in the fourth round. Last year’s women’s champion, Naomi Osaka, who defeated Serena Williams for the title, lost to 23rd-ranked Belinda Bencic. 

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