Nadal Withdraws From US Open
US Open Tournament Director
David Brewer issued the following statement;
Reigning US Open champion Rafael
Nadal, of Spain, has withdrawn from this year's US Open
men's singles tournament due to a right wrist injury.
Djokovic Is Heading For The US
Open, But He Is “Not Clicking”
Novak Djokovic is "not clicking"
going into the US Open, going out in the third round of
Masters events at Cincinnati and Toronto.
"Just many, many, many things
are not clicking these two weeks on hard courts. It's
unfortunate, but it's more than obvious I'm not playing
even close to what I'm supposed to play," said the Serb,
who a year ago reached the final of the US Open. "I have
to keep on working and trying to get better for US
Federer Qualifies For London
Regardless of the fact his 33rd
birthday has now been consigned to history and he is a
father of four, records continue to amass for Roger
The Swiss has long insisted
there are many more glorious victories in store to add
to his record 17 Grand Slam and six season-ending ATP
World Tour Finals titles. After winning Cincinnati’s
Western and Southern Open for a sixth time, a record,
beating David Ferrer in yesterday’s final - . And he has
now qualified to contest the year-ending tour finale, to
be held again at London’s 02 Arena, for a 13th
time – setting another record after improving the
mark he already shared with Ivan Lendl who was a fixture
in the event from 1980 to 1991.
Navratilova Worries About Li
Injuries and inability to bounce
back from them could determine the competitive fate of
China's Li Na.
Navratilova told AFP in
Singapore that Li's grand slam future is "up in the
Murray Heads For US Open, But
He Is Frustrated
Andy Murray may only be ranked
ninth in the world going into the US Open and he has not
beaten a top ten player since winning the Wimbledon
title nearly 14 months ago. However the bookmakers have
not lost faith in the 2012 champion in New York and he
goes into what he has always insisted is his most
enjoyable Grand Slam equal second favorite.
Statement From US Open
Tournament Director David Brewer
2009 US Open champion Juan
Martin del Potro, of Argentina, has withdrawn from this
year's US Open men's singles tournament.
Tennis Channel To Offer Unique
Prep For The US Open
Tennis Channel Plus digital
subscription service is going to introduce a program
called “Grand Slam Rewind” today, which will let people
watch the finals of the three other majors as they get
ready for the US Open. All matches are available
on-demand from Monday through the end of the US Open.
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