1. U.S. Open 2010: 10 Lessons Learned From the Women’s Final

    The U.S. Open women’s final was decided in 59 minutes in a no-frills match that, for the most part, lacked drama and competitiveness.Nonetheless, it was a happy repeat for 2009 champion Kim Clijsters, who defeated Vera Zvonareva, 6-2, 6-1...

    Hilary Scurlock Written by Hilary Scurlock about almost 4 years ago 1,186 reads 8 comments

  2. U.S. Open Tennis 2010: Top 10 Choke Jobs in Past Tourneys

    It is difficult to define a “choke job” in tennis: It can be as short as a double fault or as long as several years of consecutive losses.A dropped set can be a choke, but so can half a decade of finals appearances without a win...

    Hilary Scurlock Written by Hilary Scurlock about almost 4 years ago 1,567 reads 4 comments

  3. U.S. Open 2010: Ten Reasons Why Rafael Nadal Has Surpassed Roger Federer

    Rafael Nadal is currently the #1 player in men’s tennis, an achievement he also held in 2008, but until very recently he has never been the #1 player in people’s minds...

    Hilary Scurlock Written by Hilary Scurlock about almost 4 years ago 4,653 reads 61 comments

  4. U.S. Open Tennis 2010: The All-Time Top 25 Memorable Moments

    There’s something about being in the shadow of Manhattan, the Billie Jean King Tennis Center at Flushing Meadows, the night matches under the lights in Arthur Ashe Stadium, and the rowdy crowd that makes the US Open feel so electric...

    Hilary Scurlock Written by Hilary Scurlock about almost 4 years ago 2,826 reads 6 comments