Tennis

Andy Murray wins US Open

His considerable lead, and a chance at history, slipping away, Andy Murray dug deep for stamina and mental strength, outlasting Novak Djokovic in a thrilling five-set US Open final Monday. (Associated Press, 9/10/12)

Djokovic beats Ferrer; into 3rd Open final in row

NEW YORK — The weather was much better at the US Open on Sunday. So was Novak Djokovic. (Associated Press, 9/9/12)

Natick’s Len Bernheimer a US Squash Hall of Famer

Len Bernheimer was looking for a winter sport as a freshman at Williams College. He discovered a new passion on the squash court. A former tennis captain and basketball player at Newton High, Bernheimer never envisioned the road he would travel. Nearly 50 years after graduating from college, the 70-year-old Natick resident and his good friend and current squash doubles partner, Tom Poor, will be inducted into the United States Squash Hall of Fame. Bernheimer has won numerous national singles and doubles championships. (Globe Correspondent, 9/9/12)