10 Things to Know for the US Open

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Young American Women

Sloane Stephens is seeded 15th, and the sport's biggest stages bring out her best tennis: She upset Williams en route to the Australian Open semifinals, made it to the Wimbledon quarterfinals before losing to eventual champion Bartoli, and got to the second week at the French Open, too. The 20-year-old Stephens is hardly the only up-and-coming young American who could draw attention. Jamie Hampton, who is seeded 23rd, also made the second week at Roland Garros. Madison Keys is worth watching, too. In all, there are 10 U.S. women in the WTA's top 100. (Photo: Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

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