Friday, August 17, 2012
DAILY TENNIS NEWS - BRIEFS
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USTA To Honor Schwartz
USTA announced it intends to honor USTA Past President Alan Schwartz to
recognize his leadership, vision and expertise in making the USTA
National Indoor Center a reality. The ceremony will appropriately be
held at the indoor center on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King
National Tennis on September 6.
Top Players Are Concerned About Nadal’s Condition
Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray have all expressed
disappointment that rival Rafael Nadal won't be joining them in less
than a fortnight to challenge for the US Open title, with the Spaniard
out for an indefinite period due to his continuing knee tendinitis.
Evert To Be Honored At The Legends Ball
Friday, September 7, the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum will
gather hundreds of tennis enthusiasts and industry leaders at Cipriani
42nd Street in New York City for The Legends Ball, an annual social
event that celebrates tennis and honors some of the sport's greatest
champions and contributors, including the International Tennis Hall of
Fame Class of 2012 - Jennifer Capriati, Gustavo Kuerten, Manuel Orantes,
Mike Davies, and Randy Snow. In addition to honoring the newest
inductees, this year's event will salute Hall of Famer Chris Evert, who
will be recognized for her years of dedication to tennis, and the
positive impact she has made on the sport.
Djokovic Is Surviving A Tough Schedule
the rest of the top 5, at least through Thursday, Novak Djokovic has
managed to play the Olympics, Toronto and Cincinnati without withdrawing
from one of the events before they began, or getting hurt and then
pulling out. Rafael Nadal has been out since Wimbledon and won't return
until sometime after the US Open, Roger Federer skipped Toronto, Andy
Murray pulled out before his second match In Toronto and David Ferrer
skipped the Canadian event.
did consider the option, but right now I feel good, so after Toronto I
felt also physically well," Djokovic said. "And even though [in Toronto]
I had a lot of interruptions with rain and a lot of days where I,
struggled physically, I am her now and feeling good."
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Tennis Job of the Day
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