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Hawk-Eye: The challenge within the challenge

At last year’s U.S Open final, Andy Murray, when serving for the match against Novak Djokovic, hit a clean ace but the linesperson called it wide. Murray challenged the call, and the decision was overturned. Two points later the Scot … Continue reading

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U.S Open Day 9: Williams cruises, Hewitt’s run halted

It is business time in New York. As the season’s final Grand Slam enters its second week, the top guns on both the men’s and women’s side of the draw are looking to bring their A-game in the sprint to … Continue reading

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