Actress Mary McCormack attended the Women’s Semifinal matches at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Serena Williams sat in the players’ box while her sister, Venus Williams, played Kim Clijsters. Clijsters won the match 4-6, 7-6, 6-4.
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A few hours before his win against Mikahil Youzny, Rafael Nadal posted the above picture on his Facebook page. Nadal said: Calentando hoy antes del partido. Un saludo a los niños del RCTB!!! Gracias por el mensaje! Warming up today before the match.
But by far our favorite picture from Nadal’s Facebook page is the [...]
“Those guys are great guys. Everyone in the locker room likes them. Just hearing about the problem, talked about it with my brother and my dad, and just wanted to do it.” – Bob Bryan, after winning the Mixed Doubles title with his partner, Liezel Huber, on the doubles team Rohan Bopanna and Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi. Bryan [...]
The US Open’s Green Initiatives for 2010 include:
* A consumer waste recycling program for plastic and cans and an operational recycling program for cardboard and glass cover 100% of the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
* Following the US Open, approximately 20,000 Wilson tennis ball cans are recycled. The 60,000 Wilson [...]
There’s no denying it – we here at The Slice love ourselves some doubles. We love doubles so much that we spent our entire Labor Day watching doubles matches only. Whether it’s Women’s, Men’s or Mixed, there’s something about seeing two heads, two racquets, two players with a lot of passion come together as a [...]
Actors Michael Ian Black (L) and Tom Cavanagh (R) attended the day session of the US Open yesterday, where they were able to see Youzhny/Robredo, Querrey/Wawrinka and Williams/Schiavone.
Star Jones (top row Left), Alec Baldwin a (top Center) and baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron (below Baldwin) looked on as Kim Clijsters defeated Sam Stosur last [...]
21-year-old Dominika Cibulkova has taken the women’s field by storm at the US Open. Seen above, posing at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center while overlooking Corona Park, one could confuse her with the thousands of spectators who come to watch tennis at America’s slam. But don’t be fooled – this girl is no [...]
For Americans, today was the last third of a glorious three-day weekend, and was also representative of the end of Summer. Labor Day couldn’t have been more perfect at the US Open – blue, sunny skies, mild and dry temperatures, and a multitude of tennis to take in.
For those who didn’t have tickets into Arthur [...]
“This gave me a lot of confidence. It’s great to raise the level of performance towards the end of the tournament. It’s been a great couple of years for me in New York so hopefully I can go on.” – Novak Djokovic, after defeating American Mardy Fish 6-3, 6-4, 6-1.
“He certainly had the advantage. I haven’t [...]
We had our “Vive la France” moment, now it’s time to talk about the Spanish armada that is slowly, but surely, wreaking havoc on the US Open draw.
All four round-of-sixteen slots in the upper quarter of the draw house the name of a Spanish player: Rafael Nadal, Feliciano Lopez, David Ferrer and Fernando Verdasco. Tommy Robredo [...]