US Open Tennis 2012: Day-to-Day Tracker of All Americans in Action at Flushing

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US Open Tennis 2012: Day-to-Day Tracker of All Americans in Action at Flushing
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The Olympic gold medalist in both singles and doubles, Serena Williams represents the U.S.'s best chance to win the title at Flushing.

At last the final Grand Slam of the tennis season has arrived. After a short delay because of the incorporation of the Olympic Games into the 2012 schedule, it is finally time for the stars of the tennis world to converge upon Flushing, NY for the US Open.

Once more all of the best of the best will line up to hopefully get a chance to play under the lights of the famed Arthur Ashe stadium. For some, this tournament could be a sending off. For others, it could mark a career resurgence, and yet for more it will be their first ever professional level tournament.

Whatever the situation, every player that has earned the right whether it be through direct ranking, a wildcard entry or winning a qualifying tournament is certainly prepared to play in front of the rousing New York crowd.

As is typically the case, the United States is once again fielding a large team for this tournament. Because of wildcard entries given directly to Americans, there are names in this slam that most have probably never heard of. There are also of course those familiar faces that all Americans are cheering on for success.

No matter who you cheer for that wears the red, white and blue, check back here every day to see how your favorite American hopefuls performed and to see who is advancing further toward the US Open crown. 

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