1. U.S. Open: Rafael Nadal Takes the Title, Wins Career Grand Slam

    The match was supposed to be on Sunday...That didn't happen. It was supposed to last from 4 pm until 7...That didn't happen either. The rainstorms in Flushing Meadows kept delaying the Men's Final of the U...

    Simone Scott Written by Simone Scott about almost 4 years ago 202 reads 1 comments

  2. U.S. Open Results, Scores and Brackets: Friday's Winners and Losers

    It's Women's Semifinal day, and the top seed was sent packing. It's still windy in Flushing Meadows, but that doesn't mean there wasn't good tennis to be seen. Venus Williams and Kim Clijsters' match had to be decided in the third set...

    Simone Scott Written by Simone Scott about almost 4 years ago 88 reads 0 comments

  3. U.S. Open Results, Scores and Brackets: Wednesday's Winners and Losers

    On Wednesday, the rest of the Women's Quarterfinal matches finished up while the Men got theirs started. The only challenge for the higher seeds were not their opponents, but the elements...

    Simone Scott Written by Simone Scott about almost 4 years ago 566 reads 0 comments

  4. U.S. Open 2010 Results, Scores and Brackets: Thursday's Winners and Losers

    Day 4 of the 2010 US Open is officially in the books. While there were a few upsets, most of the big names are still in it. American men James Blake and Mardy Fish are going strong while American teen Beatric Capra might be this year's Cinderella story...

    Simone Scott Written by Simone Scott about almost 4 years ago 308 reads 0 comments

  5. U.S. Open Tennis 2010 Schedule: 10 Key Storylines To Watch Monday

    At 11am Monday morning, the 2010 US Open will kick off. For the first time in years, both the men's and women's fields are wide open with several players who could all capture the title...

    Simone Scott Written by Simone Scott about almost 4 years ago 1,780 reads 0 comments

  6. U.S. Open 2010: Five Reasons Andy Roddick Can Win Second Grand Slam Title

    Ever since Andy Roddick turned pro in 2000, people have been waiting to proclaim him the next Pete Sampras or Andre Agassi.Unfortunately, in his 10 years as a pro, he hasn't exactly reached Sampras' level...

    Simone Scott Written by Simone Scott about almost 4 years ago 964 reads 6 comments