U.S. Open: A new world in sports
The Grand Slam tournament in New York has always been a trailblazer. The four major tournaments in tennis are played in Melbourne, Australia, Paris France, London United Kingdom...
Tiger Woods begins search for 16th major at U.S. Open
Tiger Woods will play his first-round with close friend, Justin Thomas, and the latest Major sensation Collin Morikawa in the opening round of the 120th US Open this week
U.S. Open: It’s Azarenka, Osaka For Final
Victoria Azarenka of Belarus defeated Serena Williams 1/6; 6/3; 6/3 to set up a title match with Naomi Osaka who defeated American Jennifer Brady7/6 (1); 3/6; 6/3 in a match played under the roof of Arthur Ashe Stadium as rain poured on Corona Park Flushing Meadows. Osaka won the first set tiebreaker in which she…
Brooks Koepka ruled out of U.S. Open 2020 through injury
Two-time winner, Brooks Koepka, has withdrawn from next week’s U.S. Open at Winged Foot due to injury, according to independent.co.uk.
U.S. Open flags off in storm of controversies
The U.S. Open flags off today after the COVID-19 pandemic led to the cancellation of Wimbledon Championships and the postponement of the French Open to October.
Boris Becker supports Osaka’s withdrawal over racial injustice
Former U.S. Open champion, Boris Becker, said he fully respected the decision of Naomi Osaka to pull out of her semi-final at the Western & Southern Open in a protest against racial injustice...
Rules for U.S. Open harsh, difficult — Djokovic
Novak Djokovic has described the restrictions that players would be subject to in order for the U.S. Open to take place as “extreme” and “impossible.”
‘Playing U.S. Open without spectators could be iconic’
A US Open staged behind closed doors could become iconic in years to come, British number one Dan Evans says. The US Tennis Association (USTA) is still hoping to stage the tournament in New York from 31 August.
The lessons from U.S. Open
The legendary Rod Laver presented the trophy to Rafael Nadal at the conclusion of the last Grand Slam of the decade. There was great symbolism in his choice because in 1962, Laver became the first player to win the Grand Slam at a time when money earning tennis players were not allowed to compete at the four major tournaments.