US Open 2013 News
With less than a week to go, the eyes of the tennis world are firmly set on Flushing, N.Y., as the 133rd annual US Open tennis tournament settles into its final week at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. In typical fashion, the tournament has yielded some surprising results, with plenty more action still to come.
One of the biggest upsets of the tournament thus far occurred … more
US Open Tennis
A prestigious two-week-long tournament that continues to grow in popularity year after year, US Open tennis provides the perfect bookend for the Grand Slam season. Three different players have won the year’s first three Grand Slams, as world No. 1 Novak Djokovic captured his fourth Australian Open title in January, No. 3 Rafael Nadal won his eighth Roland Garros in June, and No. 2 … more
Whether he was fueled by the memory of last year’s gut-wrenching defeat or simply the desire to extinguish a 77-year drought, Andy Murray got it done. On July 7, the world No. 2 accomplished what no other British man had been able to do since Fred Perry in 1936: win Wimbledon.
The victory was fitting for the 26-year-old Murray, who had captured the 2012 Olympic gold medal on the… more
French Open TICKETS
As the only Grand Slam tennis tournament to be played on a clay surface, the annual French Open in Paris, France, serves as the epicenter of the tennis universe each May and June, and has done so since its inception in 1891. The French Open, often referred to by its venue name, “Roland Garros,” will take place from May 26-June 9, and, as usual, will feature the best players i… more
The 2011 US Open Tennis Championship will get underway from Flushing Meadows this coming Monday with a great number of questions still lingering in the late summer air. Much of the media focus will be directed on the men's big four: Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Andy Murray. This has undisputedly been the year of Novak Djokovic. The 24-year-old Serbian has … more