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Tiafoe can’t continue rare run at US Open for American man

Frances Tiafoe was living his best life in his U.S. Open semifinal, just as he did throughout this magical run at Flushing Meadows, smiling and thriving, yukking it up with the fans, with his opponent, even with his opponent’s coach. When it was over, Tiafoe and Alcaraz hugged.

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