Tag: tennis

Lengthy Injury Layoff Helped Sloane Stephens Appreciate Tennis More

Sloane Stephens was out of tennis for approximately 11 months because of a stress fracture in her left foot. While she was frustrated on the sideline, she was able to focus on her family, cheering at her little cousin’s soccer games, spending time with her grandmother who had recently suffered a stroke, and attending weddings and baby showers. Continue reading “Lengthy Injury Layoff Helped Sloane Stephens Appreciate Tennis More”

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David Goffin Says U.S. Open is One of the Best Tournaments in World

Each tennis tournament, no matter where in the world, is unique. Belgian David Goffin is partial to Wimbledon in England and Roland-Garros in France because they’re European-based majors. Continue reading “David Goffin Says U.S. Open is One of the Best Tournaments in World”

U.S. Open Provides a ‘New York Experience’ to Spectators From Across Globe

There’s a reason Kenneth and Ora Wyllie keep coming back to the U.S. Open.

‘It’s an experience – it’s a New York experience,’ Kenneth Wyllie said. ‘Only in New York can you have an experience like this – the crowds, the excitement, the upsets, the great tennis … you can people watch, you see stars. It has it all.’

Continue reading “U.S. Open Provides a ‘New York Experience’ to Spectators From Across Globe”

A Guide To Visiting the U.S. Open in New York City

Each year the U.S. Open draws nearly 700,000 spectators to its grounds in Flushing Meadows, N.Y., during the two-week tournament.

First-round play began Aug. 29 at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center and the tournament will run through Sept. 11.

Here are some tips when attending the event in order to have a good time without any hassle. Continue reading “A Guide To Visiting the U.S. Open in New York City”