A number of notable Black people came out in force to show love for Serena Williams in her final U.S. Open ahead of her retirement from professional tennis.
The 'Queen of Tennis" has quite a legacy at the US Open.
No, all Black folks don't look alike.
In an August interview with Shape, Sloane reflected on the power of having a large platform.
A statue honoring tennis legend Althea Gibson was unveiled at the U.S. Open.
Naomi Osaka's amazing display of empathy and sportsmanship after she beat Coco Gauff at the U.S. Open was a bigger story than the match itself.
Sexism can be added to the defining moments at this year’s U.S. Open after two matches resurfaced simmering sentiments of double standards in officiating men and women players that Serena Williams has spoken about.
Taylor Townsend, who had to survive multiple qualifying matches in order to even play in the main draw the U.S. Open, beat top-ranked Simona Haslep in tennis' season-ending major tournament.
The Australian media watchdog clears Rupert Murdoch's newspaper of wrongdoing over its racist cartoon of Serena Williams.
Taking over tennis.
Sloane Stephens reached a new milestone in her career on Saturday when she defeated Madison Keys for the U.S. Open title.
Behind a call for greater police accountability following his arrest in a case of mistaken identity, retired tennis star James Blake emerged hopeful and full of praise for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio after an hour-long meeting on Monday, reports The New York Times. “What he said that made me feel good was that in his heart […]
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