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Why have the American men's tennis stars disappeared?

Another year at the US Open is nearly over — and it will be another year without an American keeping the men's title at home. In fact, only two Americans are left among tennis' top 50 men, and neither is a serious major contender. Sadly, it doesn't look like this decline is going to end any time soon.

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US Open heads into final rounds

Tennis fans will be glued to their screens this weekend to watch the final rounds of the 2010 U.S. Open. Amy Eddings is WNYC host of All Things Considered and avid tennis fan, who has been watching the matches from the sidelines.

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Wrapping up the first weekend of the US Open

As the players ended the first week of the U.S. Open, many familiar faces moved on. Amy Eddings, host of "All Things Considered" on New York Public Radio, was at the U.S. Open on Sunday. She wraps up all the weekend's action.

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Federer's grand slam streak ends

Tennis great Roger Federer's streak of 23 consecutive Grand Slam semifinals came to an end yesterday. Tom Perrotta is the senior editor at Tennis Magazine, and he has details of this major upset and the significance of one of sports' greatest records.

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Champions Everywhere! The Sports Agenda

The champions of the tennis world ? Venus and Serena Williams, Roger Federer, and Andy Roddick ? are shining bright at Wimbledon. To discuss their progress into the finals, we are joined by The Takeaway's sports contributor Ibrahim Abdul-Matin.

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A Grand Slam: History at Wimbledon

Sports history was made yesterday at Wimbledon as Roger Federer beat Andy Roddick in the mens' final, and Serena Williams defeated her sister Venus for her third Wimbledon title. Joining us is The Takeaway's sports contributor Ibrahim Abdul-Matin.

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Federer's grand slam streak ends

Tennis great Roger Federer's streak of 23 consecutive Grand Slam semifinals came to an end yesterday. Tom Perrotta is the senior editor at Tennis Magazine, and he has details of this major upset and the significance of one of sports' greatest records.

Sports

Wrapping up the first weekend of the US Open

As the players ended the first week of the U.S. Open, many familiar faces moved on. Amy Eddings, host of "All Things Considered" on New York Public Radio, was at the U.S. Open on Sunday. She wraps up all the weekend's action.

Sports

US Open heads into final rounds

Tennis fans will be glued to their screens this weekend to watch the final rounds of the 2010 U.S. Open. Amy Eddings is WNYC host of All Things Considered and avid tennis fan, who has been watching the matches from the sidelines.