“The U.S. Open, for me, was always, I don’t want to say easy, but very natural and I’ve always looked forward to it in a big way,” Roger Federer said on Monday.
Maria Sharapova’s stomach ache turned out to be nothing more than that. That lopsided loss she suffered at the Olympics — well, that may have only been a false alarm, as well.
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In an Olympic year, the U.S. Open — considered the toughest test in tennis even under normal circumstances — is essentially the season’s fifth major. That makes for quite a grueling season for the players.
Federer beat Murray in July for his record-tying seventh championship at Wimbledon; Murray beat Federer this month on the same Centre Court grass for the gold medal.
Venus Williams is feeling better and is ready to compete in the 2012 U.S. Open.
The wise, old Roger Federer is the man to beat ahead of the 2012 U.S. Open.
With “Murray Mania” gripping Britain, it’s the other men’s semifinal at Wimbledon that has many tennis fans anticipating a griping matchup on Friday afternoon.
Given Michigan’s distinct four seasons and the need to play indoors during inclement weather, the following tennis clubs set themselves apart as being among the best the area has to offer.