Twins Mike and Bob Bryan won their third U.S. Open Doubles Championship before a packed house at Arthur Ashe Stadium on Friday.
In a match that featured spellbinding power tennis, magical retrieves and unequalled athleticism surrounding a two hour rain delay, Rafa Nadal put his stamp on the 2010 U.S. Open.
The air was electric Saturday as Rafa Nadal conducted a clinic against Mikhail Youzhny before a heavyweight title fight between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer took place.
The top three seeds have qualified for the semifinals at the 2010 U.S. Open where Miikhail Youzhny is determined to do his part to spoil the anticipated Nadal-Federer finals.
After a windblown Tuesday, the second and third seeds are set to go at each other for the fourth time in four years at the U.S. Open.
As play continued on Sunday, the shotmaking and thrilling play became more and more surprising as the day progressed.
Top seed Rafa Nadal led a contingency of nine Spaniards into the round of thirty-two and replaced France as the country with the most survivors.
The official draws for the U.S. Open were announced Thursday and for the third time this season, the bookmakers and the men’s seeding committee do not see eye-to-eye in a Grand Slam event.
Mardy Fish snatched victory from the jaws of defeat and will play long time nemesis Roger Federer for the title in Cincinnati.
Cypriot rebel March Baghdatis outgunned the game’s biggest gunner and two Americans shot down high-flying seeds to join Roger Federer in the finals in the steamy Cincinnati Semis.