Del Potro Powers Past Federer

2009 US Open 15 Sep 2009

In convincing style, Argentina’s Juan Martin Del Potro wore the game’s greatest star down and powered past 5-time U. S. Open Champion Roger Federer.


The Big Guys Move On

2009 US Open 03 Sep 2009

All the top seeds looked convincing on Day Three of the 2009 U.S. Open. Rafael Nadal was particularly impressive in his 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 domination of France’s Richard Gasquet. Nadal sported 7 aces, no double faults and committed just 10 unforced errors. Spectators saw no evidence of the knee injury that sidelined the Spanish star […]


Can Andy Do It?

Andy Roddick 31 Aug 2009

Two grueling weeks at Flushing Meadows can test anyone’s mettle. The persistent media, the aches, the pains and 128 talented athletes all seeking the same prize makes for a tense environment. Now, throw in some good old-fashioned New York heckling, packed venues and an unexpected heat wave and this U.S. Open has all the characteristics […]


Roger Federer Top seeded for 2009 US Open

2009 US Open 29 Aug 2009

The planet’s best tennis player sits in his rightful place atop the 2009 U.S. Open Draw.  Roger Federer will endure some disappointment at this U.S. Open, but it will not diminish the status of the tennis Master of the Universe. With 15 Grand Slam Championships including two of three in 2009 and with 5 consecutive […]


Dinara Safina seeded No. 1 for 2009 US Open

2009 US Open 28 Aug 2009

After watching the Australian Open, the French Open and Wimbledon, tennis enthusiasts must be asking how can it be! Dinara Safina seeded atop the U.S. Open? Remarkable! Tournament directors, wake up! Dinara just does not cut it as a number one seed. If you know New York, you know these fans will announce and perhaps […]