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2014 US Open TennisTickets
The world of tennis is about to change and fans who love their tennis tickets will have to ride with the wind. Itís an evolution. The names of the past have faded into history. Names like Borg and Connors and McEnroe. What weíre seeing now is the same thing that happened to those great names. Itís startling, the way that tennis stars can fade. But in the end itís an inevitable process. The once great become the past and new names arise.
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That process was in fully evident at Wimbledon in the past few days. Shocking maybe in itís suddenness but taking the long view, maybe not so much. We have now watched two of the most prominent names in tennis take early exits from Wimbledon. A purview of what may happen in the US Open in a few weeks. Roger Federer has been eliminated at Wimbledon. Federer is now on the wrong side of 30 years old, a time period that seems to be the cutoff point for championship level tennis. He wonít see the last week of Wimbledon.
Rafael Nadal, the long time nemesis of Federer, wonít be there either. Nadal was eliminated yesterday by Steve Darcis, who isnít even in the Top 100 of Tennis. Age plays a role, along with an ailing knee that seemed to be getting better but when put to the test of Wimbledon grass simply wouldnít hold up.
The US Open Tennis is just around the corner and now is the time to get hot if a player wants to make any headway In Flushing Meadow. Rafael Nadal got a good start, winning the French Open easily in three sets. So the question becomes can Nadal transfer his prowess on the clay courts to the courts of the US Open?
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2013 US Open Waiting for Andy Murray
Andy Murray is currently ranked #4 on the list of men’s tennis players. Hailing from Scotland, Murray has at times been ranked as high as #2. As far as the US open is concerned he’s been in the running a couple of times but has always ended up as the runner up and never the cup holder.
Maybe the 2013 US open is a shot for Murray to finally get his hands on the brass ring. But time is probably running out. His last legit shot at winning the hard surface US open was in 2008 when Murray fell to a hard charging Roger Federer. Chances are that Andy Murray and Roger Federer could be renewing that rivalry in 2013.
So far this season Andy Murray has been doing fairly well. His season began with a win at the Brisbane International and had a good outing at the Australian Open where he succumbed to Djokovic in the title match. He got a measure of revenge by beating Djokovic in Dubai but couldn’t get past Federer when it came time for the Finals.
Andy Murray will have his chance again at the 2013 US open but he’ll have to shed himself of the big names currently lined up ahead of him, namely Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic to etch his name in the record books.
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US Open Tennis Tickets
Finally there's the US Open, which is held in Queens, New York City during the week before and after Labor Day. The US Open is held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center and is played on a hard court surface. The surfaces of the US Open, as well as those of the US Open Series, are blue which provide a better view of the ball. The US Open series takes place the six weeks prior to the US Open and allows players to accumulate points, which can enhance the prize money they earn at the US Open. The US Open Series is played throughout the USA and in Canada. As a result, no matter where you live in the USA you will be able to catch some of the action as the competitors make their way to the US Open.
Tennis Tickets- Make It Happen
A fan of any sport would be remised not to grab Tennis Tickets to see any of the great tennis events that take place around the globe throughout the year. Don't let the opportunity to see Nadal and Federer compete to see who is the worlds' number one or will Andy Roddick fulfill his potential and win another grand slam tournament? Tennis is serving up excitement all year long, so get your Tennis Tickets now!
This Year's U.S. Open
With all the excitement over the past couple of years ensuing the sport, tennis has truly become one of the world’s favorite sports to watch. According to the Official Website of the US Open, all of the Grand Slam events have and will be on the ESPN line-up. This much attention has never been given to tennis by any other network.
Thus far, this year has truly been a year of records, rankings, and changes for tennis. With ESPN following the Grand Slam’s every move, the world will be watching as this year’s champions take the U.S. courts. Will Federer end the year with yet another victory? Has Nadal recovered enough from his injury to come back with a bang? Will Söderling get back at Federer for his defeat in the French Open? Better yet, will Roddick get back at Federer for his defeat at Wimbledon? This year’s Opening Night will start off the U.S. We can only hope that the athletics of the 2011 U.S. Open will live up to all of this excitement!
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