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Stosur Wins US Open Title in Shocker

Samantha Stosur won her first US Open title on Sunday by defeating the heavy favorite, Serena Williams, in dominating fashion in a 6-2, 6-3 straight sets victory. However, Serena got herself into on-court trouble once again.

Find out what happened and the penalty that occurred.

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Nadal Cramps Up in Post Game Press Conference

Rafael Nadal won his third round match today at the US Open against David Nalbandian of Argentina 7-6,6-1,7-5. He had some cramping issues during his match, but that was just the prelude to what would happen after the match ended.

Take a look at what happened during his post-game press conference.

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Federer Stands Ground For Win over Cilic at the US Open

Marin Cilic didn't make it easy for Roger Federer today in the third round of the US Open from New York City.  Federer was able to over come some obstacles and walk into the fourth round.

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Venus Bows Out – Roddick Moves On at US Open

Venus Williams was suppose to play her second round match yesterday, but instead has to withdraw due to an illness.  Andy Roddick is able to move on after a tough match between Michael Russell.

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Serena Williams Rolls at US Open

Serena Williams made her first match at this years US Open look easy.  She is well on her way to her fourth US Open championship and 14th grand slam title in total.

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US Open Begins Play

The US Open starts the yearly festivities in Flushing Queens today despite the area being in the processes of cleaning up after Hurricane Irene.

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Mika Miyazato Leads Women’s US Open

This could turn into the feel good story of the year in Women's golf.  21 year old Japanese golfer Mika Miyazato is currently holding onto a one shot lead at the US Open.

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Rory McIlroy Isn’t The Next Tiger Woods

Rory McIlroy won the 2011 US Open in impressive fashion, but he's no Tiger Woods.

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Despite The Excitement, Rory McIlroy Still Doesn’t Get Me Interested In Golf

Rory McIlroy not only won the U.S. Open at Congressional yesterday but he made the world stand up and take notice.

What McIlroy did was quite impressive:  he set tourney records for score under par at -16 and lowest final score of 268.  He finished 8 shots better than 2nd place finisher Jason Day.

A Tiger-esque performance no doubt.

But I'm not impressed.

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Rory McIlroy Sets 54 – Hole Record At Open

Rory McIlroy is challenging for his first major championship in record-breaking style.  McIlroy has set a 54-hole record at the U.S. Open.

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Golf Boys – Clip of the Day

 

PGA stars Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson, Hunter Hahan, and Ben Crane formed the most awesome boy band since 2Gether. This song has everything auto tune, no auto tune, lightening, no lightening, golf, overalls, and dance

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