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Rafael Nadal to retain the US Open? (1)

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While some players continue to take a break between Wimbledon and the run-in to the US Open, it creates a period for thought on how the rest of the year will pan out going into the second hard court season of the year.

There are vital ranking points to play for before the tournament at Flushing Meadows, which is the final Grand Slam of the year and begins on Monday August 25th.

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Here are five things that we could expect to see in the coming weeks, including new hope for British fans, a comeback of sorts from the men’s world number two and a time of reckoning for a promising talent.

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Rafael Nadal
US Open Tennis
Roger Federer

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