Archive for the 'US Open Series' Category
August 27th, 2010
New Haven Pilot Pen Exhibits Old Charm
The New Haven tennis event has a lot of offer, not just tennis.
Posted by Ben Pronin @ 11:38 am in 2010 Season, US Open, US Open Series | 10 Comments »
August 4th, 2010
Americans Roddick, Fish, Isner, Sweeting Prevail; French Suffer Upsets in DC
Andy Roddick eased through his second match last night versus qualie Grega Zemlja to start his run at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic title.
Posted by Lynn Berenbaum @ 9:13 am in American tennis, ATP, US Open Series, Washington | 56 Comments »
July 25th, 2010
Fish Wraps Up Roddick, Meets Isner in Atlanta Final
Mardy Fish beat up on friend Andy Roddick in the Atlanta semifinals.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 12:59 am in Hamburg, US Open, US Open Series | 34 Comments »
July 24th, 2010
Roddick Survives Malisse Scare in Atlanta; Del Potro Improving, Not Playing
Andy Roddick is off to a winning start this summer, but there’s cause for concern.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 12:16 am in US Open, US Open Series, Washington | 24 Comments »
July 14th, 2010
ATP Summer Tennis Schedule
Sean Randall previews where the top players will be this summer.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 2:33 pm in 2010 Season, ATP, US Open Series | 66 Comments »
September 15th, 2009
Juan Martin del Potro — The Future is Now
The script at this point read that Federer breaks serve early in the fourth set and wins the U.S. Open. Del Potro had other ideas and saved break points in his first two service games of the fourth set. Another tiebreak was upon both players and del Potro took advantage of a Federer double fault to win again on a single mini-break. Despite saving a break point when serving at 2-0 in the fifth set, del Potro basically dominated the final frame of play.
Posted by Dan Martin @ 9:19 am in 2009 Season, American Women, ATP, French Open, Grand Slams, US Open, US Open Series, WTA | 204 Comments »
September 8th, 2009
Labor Days: The Most Wonderful Tennis Time of the Year
Andy Murray has the tools to win a Grand Slam event, but he does face a tough question: “Should I stick with a generally effective strategy of counterpunching or change strategies by developing and using bigger shots?” Internal doubts arising from this quandary might be worse than just selecting one option and committing to it.
Posted by Dan Martin @ 9:30 pm in 2009 Season, American tennis, American Women, ATP, Australian Open, Tennis, Tennis on TV, TV, US Open, US Open Series, WTA, WTA Tour | 15 Comments »
August 24th, 2009
5 US Open Dream Matches
Just for fun, I am trying something different. As the 2009 hard court season heads toward the finish line, I came up with some hypothetical matches between former U.S. Open champions.
Posted by Dan Martin @ 10:49 pm in 2009 Season, American tennis, Australian Open, No. 1 ranking, US Open, US Open Series, Year-End No. 1 | 119 Comments »
August 14th, 2009
Federer, Nadal Head Top 8 in Historic Montreal QFs, Safina on Choke Alert v. Clijsters
Sean Randall previews the historic Great Eight in Montreal and looks at the upcoming Clijsters-Safina matchup.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 12:21 am in Canadian Open, Cincinnati, US Open, US Open Series | 249 Comments »
August 12th, 2009
USTA, ATP, WTA To Announce Calendar Changes
The USTA, ATP, and WTA are set to hold a press conference tomorrow, August 13th, to announce some changes to the U.S. Open Series line-ups. In 2011, the two separate ATP and WTA events in Cincinnati will become a combined men’s and women’s tournament. This combined event will be held two weeks before the U.S. [...]
Posted by Lynn Berenbaum @ 12:38 pm in ATP, Cincinnati, US Open Series, WTA | 2 Comments »
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- jane: oh look: the roland garros website calls rafa “the undeniable favourite” – i guess the admins...
- jane: i know skeezer, but he can come in on short balls to finish the point maybe?
- Sienna: slow with low bounce… low bounce favors Federer that might be of bigger impact then slowness of court.
- skeezer: jane, This is the slowest Clay tournament of the season. Will be shocked if Nole can do what you say here...
- jane: also novak rarely stands 10 feet behind the baseline; it’s just not how he plays. he stands right on it,...