World No 1 Novak Djokovic will be in action today at thr US Open

A Blockbuster Labor Day at the U.S.Open

TV: CBS 1 pm ET till 6 pm ET with the night session on ESPN2 starting at 7 pm ET Broadband USOpen.org, WatchESPN and CBSSports.com New York -With a 70 percent chance of thunderstorms forecast for New York City,

Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova are two of the stars playing today at the US Open

U.S. Open: Plenty of Stars and Rain in today’s forecast

New York – For the first time since the 2014 U.S. Open began on Monday there is a very good chance for on and off thunder showers. Both today and Labor Day Monday there is a 60 percent chance

Sharapova serves up an ace as she beats Lisicki in straight sets at the U.S. OPEN

U.S. Open: Federer and Sharapova cruse, Venus is out

New York – It was a busy Friday at the U.S. Open with two favorites are moving on and one mild upset highlight the action. It was Maria Sharapova, and Roger Federer moving on while Venus Williams was bounced

US Open, Arthur Ashe Stadium, a part of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center located within Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, NY

Why the US Open Should Be On Your Sports Bucket List

New York – The four tennis majors all have their unique charm. The Australian Open, has the wonderful fans and the great beaches of Melbourne that is worthy of checking out in January. The French Open has the draw

Montreal's own Eugenie Bouchard is ready to be a US Open champion

U.S.Open: Sexy and Talented Bouchard is a Title Contender

At 20 years of age Eugenie Bouchard is the sexy blonde who comes from Montreal, Canada and has taken the tennis world by storm. Her Grand Slam resume is impressive, making the semis at the Australian and French opens and

Roger Federer remains one sports most amazing stars

U.S. Open: Is Roger Federer the Cal Ripken of tennis?

As the 2014 U.S. Open gets underway starting today at The United States Tennis Center, in Flushing Meadow, New York. I must say that  few should be surprised at who are the favorites. On the women’s side it Serena

Chris Evert back in 1973 getting ready for the U.S. Open.

Chris Evert on the 40th Anniversary of equal pay at the U.S. Open

  It was 1973 and Billy Jean King fought for the rights of women to get the same pay as the men at the U.S.Open and she won them over. Talking with ESPN tennis analyst and Florida’s own, Chris