The US Open 2019 is one of the biggest tournaments on the tennis calendar and this year’s edition has shown why. There have been massive upsets this year but with that has also come many big triumphs.
The US Open holds as much importance as any major tournament on the tennis calendar. Everyone loves the US Open because it provides us with a lot of entertaining moments that go down in history.
The tennis hall of fame and the list of US Open title holders are almost identical with only the best of the best being able to clinch the main prize and the tournament with the biggest purse up for grabs.
On what was a day that will go down in the history books where sport is concerned, Wimbledon 2019 ended in typical dramatic style.
Wimbledon is well and truly in full swing now, with the tournament now into Day 5. So far, there have been thrills and plenty of shocks, and Day 4 provided tennis fans around the world with some epic entertainment once again.
Coco Gauff managed to shock the world when she beat her idol and five-time Wimbledon champion Venus Williams in the first round, and now her fairy tale debut at Wimbledon has continued, with the 15 year old managing to beat Magdalena Rybarikova 6-3 6-3 on Court One in the second round.
Monday July 1st saw Wimbledon day one finally get underway, in the most eagerly anticipated Grand Slam on the tennis calendar.
Ashleigh Barty, 23, has become the first Australian world number one since Evonne Goolagong in 1976 after winning the Nature Valley Classic in Birmingham.
The French Open has come to an end at Roland Garos, and what a tournament it proved to be once again. There were many highs and lows over the two weeks, proving once again just why Roland Garos and the French Open are loved by tennis fans all around the world.
Djokovic fans will be getting excited as the Serbian has just created history at this year’s French Open. He has just become the first male player to reach ten consecutive quarter finals and is on course to become part of a select group of players once again. Read more