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Maria Sharapova’s stomach ache turned out to be nothing more than that. That lopsided loss she suffered at the Olympics — well, that may have only been a false alarm, as well.
“The US Open, for me, was always, I don’t want to say easy, but very natural and I’ve always looked forward to it in a big way,” Roger Federer said on Monday.
In an Olympic year, the US Open — considered the toughest test in tennis even under normal circumstances — is essentially the season’s fifth major. That makes for quite a grueling season for the players.
You spent enough on your tickets for the US Open; enjoy some local ethnic eats along the 7 line that won’t bankrupt you, then head on over to the event.
The wise, old Roger Federer is the man to beat ahead of the 2012 US Open.
Venus Williams is feeling better and is ready to compete in the 2012 US Open.
Federer beat Murray in July for his record-tying seventh championship at Wimbledon; Murray beat Federer this month on the same Centre Court grass for the gold medal.
Former quarterfinalist Melanie Oudin was one of the wild cards named to the 2012 U.S. Open.
The U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows will be played this summer without one of tennis’ biggest stars.
Jordin Sparks will perform at opening night of the 2012 U.S. Open at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Murray and Co. now will turn to the hard-court circuit leading up to the U.S. Open. But the Olympic experience had a captivating effect on many of the players.
Ah, the sounds of summer. What would late August in NYC be without the shrieks from Flushing’s USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center?
Program, Time (ET) Tuesday, 8/21 US Open Qualifying 1:00-9:00 p.m. CBS Sports Network Wednesday, 8/22 US Open Qualifying 1:00-9:00 p.m. CBS Sports Network Thursday, 8/23 US Open Qualifying 5:00-9:00 p.m. CBS Sports Network Friday, 8/24 […]
Serena Williams lost her cool, and then she lost the match. Now the biggest name in women’s tennis is tweeting about her US Open tirade.
It was a battle befitting of the two top players in the game Both Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal brought their ‘all’ to the court and put on a four hour slugfest that could rank up there with the ‘Thrilla in Manila’ Muhammad Ali-Joe Frazier slugfest in October 1975.