50 Stars and Celebrities Spotted at The 2010 US Open

Alan RubensteinAnalyst IIISeptember 14, 2010

50 Stars and Celebrities Spotted at The 2010 US Open

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    The US Open has been the place to be in 2010.  Even with Andy Roddick losing in the second round and Serena Williams unable to play, celebrities from all walks of pop culture have shown up to watch the best tennis players on the planet compete in the final grand slam of the season.

    Despite other American Disappointments along the way, the stars still made their way to Flushing Meadows to watch the best tennis players in the World. 

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale

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    There is no doubt Gwen Stefani enjoyed watching the Open with her husband.

The Great One

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    Wayne Gretzky enjoyed watching Tennis' version of the great one Roger Federer get back on track to make his 24th Semifinal in the last 26 grand slams he has entered. Amazingly, his first semi since the Australian Open to begin the Grand Slam season.

Joba Chamberlain Watches the Fed-Express with Gretzky.

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    After a walk off Home Run by Nick Swisher saved the Yankees from an embarrassing sweep by the Orioles, Joba Chamberlin enjoyed watching Roger Federer atone for his French Open Quarterfinal loss to Robin Soderling earlier this year.  Chamberlin sat with Wayne Gretzky in a suite.

Thierry Henry

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    Roger Federer attracted stars from a cross section of sports in his Quarterfinal victory over Robin Soderling.  New York's newest sports star, Thierry Henry of the Red Bulls attended Federer's win.

Mirka Federer and Anna Wintour

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    I wonder if Mirka received some fashion tips while watching her hubby express to a win over Robin Soderling in straight sets.

King and Jones

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    With they way they were bundled up you would think Star Jones and Gayle King were at a Mets post season game in late October instead of at Arthur Ashe stadium in early September. 

Melania Trump

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    Melania Trump was there to watch the US Open's newest star Caroline Wozniacki...

Donald Trump

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    ...after her husband jumped on his latest bandwagon.  Trump called to request a seat in Wozniacki's box.  When asked about it, Caroline Wozniacki related that the Donald called to see if there were any seats in her box.  She said she always has room for the mogul.

Carl Lewis and Grace Jones

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    The pair of 80's Pop Culture Icons take in the action at the US Open.

Rob Thomas And Marisol Maldonado

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    Matchbox 20's Rob Thomas and his wife Marisol Maldonado love attending the open.  Although it looks like Thomas attention was somewhere else.

Francesca Perello and Ana Maria Nadal

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    Rafa's mom and his girlfriend Francesca Perello cheer him on.

Frank Robinson and Hank Aaron

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    Two of baseball's greatest players ever take in two of tennis' brightest stars.   Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki brought out stars from other sports and many celebrities as they wowed the crowd on Wednesday night.

Alec Baldwin and Hammerin' Hank

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    Alec Baldwin enjoyed sometime away from 30 Rock and was able to sit by one of baseball's greatest ever Hank Aaron and Frank Robinson (not pictured)

Rick Fox

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    Fox was a part of the Lakers three-peat to begin the 21st Century.  He surely appreciates the world greatest tennis players. 

A-Rod

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    Current and former major leaguers have been spotted frequently at the 2010 US Open.  Alex Rodriquez enjoyed the open with Mary Joe Fernandez with US Open Head Referee Brian Earley behind them. 

Ethan Hawke

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    Hawke attending the US Open with an un-identified woman. 

Chris Evert and Evan Lysacek

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    Is Chris Evert becoming a cougar?  Evert's first husband was former ATP Pro John Lloyd.  Her second husband Andy Mill (and the father of her children) Andy Mill was an Olympic skier and she is recently divorced from third husband, golfing great Greg Norman.

    Lysacek won the Gold Medal at this year's Olympics in Vancouver.  He has been linked to Olympic Gymnast Shawn Johnson.  

    Now these two are spotted together at the US Open? This is how rumors get started.

    Lysacek is only 25 and Evert 55.  She is old enough to be his mother.  

Lance Bass

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    Rafa and the exhibition doubles match between Martina Hingis/Anna Kournikova and Mats Wilander/Pat Cash brought out many stars.

Evan Lysacek and Christie Brinkley

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    It looks like the figure skating Gold Medalist has an eye for the cougars.  What happened to Shawn Johnson? He was spotted with Brinkley and Chris Evert at the open.

Josh Brolin

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    Where was Diane Lane on this blustery night at the Open?  Not sure who is pictured with him.

Alessandra Ambrossio

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    Brazilian models must have an eye for athletic men.  Giselle Bundchen and Tom Brady and now Ambrossio is at the Open.  Was she scouting future BF's?

Kelsey Grammar

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    Kelsey Grammar has been spotted at the US Open in many previous years.  He appears to be a big tennis fan.  He is pictured here with his wife to his right.

Brooklyn Decker

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    Brooklyn Decker is without a doubt one of the best looking wives on the ATP.  Unfortunately that hasn't translated into success for the Sports Illustrated model's husband Andy Roddick.  Tennis' A-Rod hasn't made it past the quarterfinals in New York since 2006.  He was the last American male to win a Grand Slam when he won at Flushing Meadow in 2003.

Charlize Theron

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    Charlize Theron is another celebrity that has been spotted in previous years at the US Open.

Ellen DeGeneres

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    Ellen DeGeneres making sure that the women's draw is accurate.

Liv Tyler

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    Liv Tyler took some time to enjoy men's action at the US Open.

Bar Refaeli

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    That is some debate if Refaeli is back with Leonardo DiCaprio or not.  There is no debating that she is enjoying herself in NY.

Bradley Cooper

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    Actor Bradley Cooper was there to watch the stars of tennis.

Jeremy Piven and Wilmer Valderrama

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    A night after Mrs. Ari told him he needed a break, Jeremy Piven was able to drown Ari's sorrows at the US Open by seeing Rafa make history.  Piven took into the US Open with That 70's Show's (and Handy Manny for the toddler set) Wilmer Valdarama.

    Nadal became only the seventh male to win all four majors during his career.  He also became the first male in 41 years to hold three grand slams in a row in the same calendar year.

Kate Walsh

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    Private Practice's Kate Walsh looking sexy, getting some sun an enjoying tennis all at the same time.

Tony Bennett

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    Bennett may have left his heart in San Francisco, but he enjoyed the men's final at the 2010 US Open.

David Duchovny, Tea Leoni and Justin Bartha

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    Spouses Duchovny and Leoni enjoy the men's semi's with Bartha.

Chaka Khan

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    Chaka Khan performs before the women's final.

Tommy Hilfiger

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    What does Tommy Hilfiger think about the outfits that the linesmen, referees and ball boys and girls wear designed by Ralph Lauren/Polo.

Taye Diggs

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    Taye Diggs looking stylish at the Men's Semis.  Maybe he hooked up with Tommy Hilfger for some threads.

Gene Wilder

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    Gene Wilder looks like he was going stir crazy watching the Men's semifinals.

Mario Batali

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    I would definitely love to know what Batali thought the best eats were at the National Tennis Center.  He seems to be a big tennis fan.  He participated in a charity cooking event with Andy Roddick and Al Roker as far back as 2006.

Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova

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    Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova is considering by most to be the greatest rivalry in the history of women's sports.  They and Billie Jean King are what put women's tennis and arguably women's sports in a place to be taken seriously.  Fittingly, the USTA honored them before the women's final.

Mary McCormack

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    Actress Mary McCormack, currently starting in the USA network's in plain sight, enjoys the Open.

Spike Lee

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    Spike Lee is one of the biggest sports celebrity sports fans there is.  The sideline fixture and New York Knicks's number one fan was spotted last week at the FIBA World Basketball Championships.  He obviously is showing his Yankee allegiance as he takes in the Open.