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source: US Open Tennis
The US Open is the last tennis Grand Slam of the year, the tournament is played on hard courts and it takes place in the city of New York. It is one of the most watched tennis events worldwide and currently it holds a purse of $34,252,000 millions.
On Monday morning (August 25th, 2014) the US Grand Slam began with many interesting games and new faces trying to gain a spot in the history of this magnificent event. Some of the men´s most recent winners are: the French Gilles Simon & Gael Monfils, the Swiss Master Roger Federer who is now one of the favorites to win the title, the American John Isner, the Italian Foggini and the Canadian Milos Raonic.
Raonic´s first-round match was quite a success over Taro Daniel of Japan a player ranked 185th and a final score of 6-3, 6-2, 7-6 (1).
One of the great joys of watching Raonic play tennis is observing the people who’ve never seen him before. They see the serve. They look at the electronic scoreboard displaying the speed. They pause. They look again.
Raonic clearly used the match to get used to court conditions and the atmosphere: the U.S. Open. Quite a serve you have there. Oh, yes, Raonic said modestly, it’s working well. And then, he added, there aren’t many players out there with a 225-kilometre-an-hour second serve. the interviewer said. here aren’t. And yes, we’d noticed. So, later in the interview room, he was asked: Ever done that before? Answer: Shrug. No big deal. Plenty of times, yeah,” Raonic said. “When I’m up 40-love, I feel like I’m going to make it about 50 per cent of the time, so why not?”
source: US Open
Some of the earliest US Open predictions as follow:
Men’s winner: Novak Djokovic
Women’s winner: Serena Williams
Men’s toughest road: Tomas Berdych
Women’s toughest road: Maria Sharapova
Men’s sleeper: David Goffin
Women’s sleeper: Camilla Giorgi
source: ESPN Tennis
MENS US OPEN OUTRIGHTS
Novak Djokovic 29/20
Roger Federer 11/4
Andy Murray 9
Stan Wawrinka 15
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 20
On a different note, Catherine Bellis earned her wild card into the United States Open just recently and today at 15-year-old upsets Seed 12th Dominika Cibulkova, 6-1, 4-6, 6-4, becoming the youngest girl to win a match at the U.S. Open since 1996. She will next play Zarina Diyas of Kazakhstan.
“I went into the match thinking it was going to be such a great experience, but I never thought I would come out on top winning,” said Bellis, who is ranked 1,208th. “I’m still in shock about that match.”
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