Juan Martin Del Potro Rings NASDAQ Opening Bell, Apple Stock Sinks To New 52-Week Low
by Tom Gainey | March 4th, 2013, 5:35 pm
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Juan Martin Del Potro has had quite a history in New York City. In 2009 the Argentine stunned the tennis world defeating Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer en route to the US Open title. Then last year at the tournament he retired Andy Roddick in his final pro match. And today, he in Times Square to ring the opening bell at the NASDAQ MarketSite.

Del Potro was on hand as part of World Tennis Day festivities today. Later today he’ll play Rafael Nadal in Madison Square Garden. The USTA also set up a small tennis court outside the NASDAQ MarketSite.

Coincidentally or not, Apple stock dropped to a new 52-week low today after trading down over $10 to 420. The Dow was up 38 points.

Tennis Channel’s Rennae Stubbs was there standing next to DelPo and got this picture:


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One Comment for Juan Martin Del Potro Rings NASDAQ Opening Bell, Apple Stock Sinks To New 52-Week Low

skeezer Says:

Ring it Delpo! Awesome ;)

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