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Barry Cowan is backing Andy Murray to make the last eight in New York and test Novak Djokovic.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s victory in Toronto was the finest achievement of his career, says Barry Cowan.
Rafael Nadal’s hopes of retaining his US Open title are becoming increasingly slim, says Barry Cowan.
Who, aside from the big four, should shine during the North American swing? Barry Cowan assesses…
SW19 king Novak Djokovic is well on the way to getting the iconic status he craves, says Barry Cowan.
Roger Federer will win an eighth Wimbledon title if he plays aggressive tennis, says Barry Cowan.
Milos Raonic could be fazed by a Roger Federer-loving crowd in the Wimbledon semis, says Barry Cowan.
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The order of play for the 2014 US Open at Flushing Meadows