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Non-Monogamy Advocates Ask Facebook to Be More Open

A group that supports ethical non-monogamy sent an open letter to Meta on Thursday calling for Facebook to allow users…

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U.S. Open Will Allow Russian and Belarusian Tennis Players to Compete

The U.S. Open will not follow Wimbledon by barring Russian and Belarusian players from this year’s tennis tournament. The United…

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Nadal Tops Djokovic at French Open in Thrilling Addition to Rivalry

PARIS — For a man who did not want to play Novak Djokovic at night, Rafael Nadal certainly made the…

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Coco Gauff Advances to French Open Semifinals

After graduating from online high school, Coco Gauff is in a new phase of her tennis career, and she is…

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Cilic Delivers Latest French Open Surprise, Beating Medvedev

PARIS — Two days after being encouraged by his clay-court game — and with good reason — Daniil Medvedev, the…

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A Fitting Farewell for a Frenchman in Paris

PARIS — Farewells can be particularly tricky for aging tennis players. Part of the professional game’s Darwinian appeal is that…

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Naomi Osaka Loses in the First Round in Paris

PARIS — Amanda Anisimova knocked Naomi Osaka out of another Grand Slam tournament on Monday, defeating her, 7-5, 6-4, in…

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A Saga Between Tries, Novak Djokovic Again Aims for His 21st Slam

Novak Djokovic has been here before, nipping at the heels of major title No. 21. He had a chance at…

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The Challenge for Young Players: Achieving Dominance

When Ash Barty retired in March, the conversation centered on how someone so young could walk away from tennis. For…

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What the Italian Open Is Foretelling About the French Open

ROME — We will soon find out how much of what happened Sunday at the Italian Open was foreshadowing. The…

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