The U.S. Open kicked-off its return in Flushing, Queens on Monday as thousands of fans showed up and waited in long lines to enter the tennis center grounds. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Long Lines At US Open Due To Late-Arriving Crowds And Bag Screenings, USTA SaysThe U.S. Open kicked-off its return in Flushing, Queens on Monday as thousands of fans showed up and waited in long lines to enter the tennis center grounds. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Fans Waiting In Long Lines To Enter US OpenJim Smith reports from Chopper 2.
Fans Report Long Lines Getting Into US OpenThe US Open is getting underway in Flushing Meadows, but fans on social media are complaining about long lines to get in.
US Open Returns To Queens At Full CapacityThe U.S. Open returns to Queens next week at full capacity after last year's tournament was played without spectators because of the pandemic.
Serena Williams Withdraws From U.S. Open Due To Leg InjuryThe U.S. Open starts next week in New York, but tennis superstar Serena Williams won't be playing.
Serena Williams Out Of US OpenSerena Williams announced she's withdrawing from the U.S. Open on Wednesday because of a torn hamstring.
U.S. Open Ballperson Tryouts Coming Up In Less Than 2 WeeksThe U.S. Open gets underway in August, but ballperson tryouts are coming up in less than two weeks. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock hit the court to show us what you can expect at tryouts and to see if she has the right stuff.
Artists Making A Statement At U.S. OpenThe U.S. Open doesn't have its usual 23,000 people at Arthur Ashe Stadium, but there is something else that's leaving a lasting impression. It's not athletes, but artists making a statement; CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
US Open Begins Today In QueensThe US Open gets underway today in Queens without fans in the stands.
Tennis Player Novak Djokovic Tests Positive For COVID-19The top-ranked male tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic, says he and his wife tested positive for COVID-19.
Gov. Cuomo's Daily Media Briefing: June 16, 2020The governor discussed police reform, coronavirus hospitalizations, and announced the US Open tennis tournament will be played in New York City this summer.
New Program Helping Visually Impaired Play TennisCBS2's Valerie Castro has the latest on a new program in New York City helping the visually impaired play tennis.
Billie Jean King Scores Center Ice ShotTennis legend Billie Jean King proves she's still got game - even with a hockey stick.
N.J. Teen Gears Up For US OpenMeet Alexa Noel, a 16-year-old tennis phenom from New Jersey playing in this year's US Open.
US Open Unveils Statue Honoring Althea GibsonAt the US Open, a trailblazer in tennis received a long overdue honor. Althea Gibson broke the color barrier in tennis and achieved greatness.
U.S. Open Fan Week Gets UnderwayTennis fans from around the world will head to Flushing Meadows for this year's U.S. Open, but you don't have to wait that long. The fun starts today with U.S. Open Fan Week.
US Open Swings Into NYCTennis fans will begin flocking to Queens for the U.S. Open.
Tennis Star Serena Williams To Grace Cover Of Wheaties BoxThe tennis star's limited-edition Wheaties box will hit stores over the next several weeks. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
US Open To Add Puppies To Ballperson Team (Well, Not Really...)An April Fools joke went viral when the US Open Tennis Twitter account posted a photo of a dog being used to retrieve tennis balls during the tournament. CBS2's Maurice DuBois and Mary Calvi report.
Ping Pong Prodigy On Long IslandEstee Ackerman, 17, says she's determined to become an Olympian. CBSN New York's Ali Bauman reports.
Arthur Ashe Exhibit At US Open Highlights Legacy Of Sports, Civil RightsFrom the tennis court to civil rights, Arthur Ashe's impact on America remains a strong force 50 years after his US Open win. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
8 Former Champs To Headline First Day Of US OpenThe 50th Annual US Open got underway Monday with eight former champions expected to serve up the excitement on day one. CBS2’s Alex Denis reports from Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Who's Going To Win At The US Open Tournament?The 2018 US Open tennis tournament begins Monday in Queens with a full slate of action. Expert Adam Zagoria of Zagsblog.com and Metro New York, breaks down the favorites hoping to take home the championship.
US Open: Arthur Ashe Kids DayWe're just two days away from the official start of this year's US Open. The world's best tennis players will go face to face in the final Grand Slam of the year. But Saturday at Arthur Ashe Stadium, it was all about the kids. CBS2's Marc Liverman has more.