Tuesday, 16 August 2016

US Open Tennis 2016 Live Streaming | HD Live Streaming US Open

US Open Tennis 2016 Live Streaming | HD Live Streaming US Open

2016 Us Open tennis Grandslam tournament is beginning from 31st august and it will be concluding on 13th September, 2015. Us Open Tennis Schedule is already updated at our site so today we are sharing with you how you can watch US Open Tennis Live Streaming for free from your devices. All you need is a good internet connection.  From 31st August, all the Tennis fans are just looking for the sites to watch US open live. All the official site and broadcasting channels are provided here to watch US Open tennis live.

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Michael Mmoh, Kayla Day earn U.S. Open wild-card entries

NEW YORK - Michael Mmoh and Kayla Day earned U.S. Open wild-card entries Sunday with victories in the USTA Boys' and Girls' 18s National Championships.

The Us Open grandslam will begin from Aug. 29 at Flushing Meadows.

The 18-year-old Mmoh, who trains at IMG Academy in Bradenton, beat 17-year-old Vasil Kirkov, also of Bradenton, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

The 16-year old Day, from Santa Barbara, California, topped 18-year old Nicole Frenkel of Winchester, Massachusetts 6-2, 3-6, 6-1 in San Diego. Day reached the girls' semifinals at Wimbledon this summer.

On Saturday, 20-year-old Ernesto Escobedo of West Covina, California, wrapped up a spot through the USTA Pro Circuit's US Open Wild Card Challenge.

Andy Murray immediately sets sights on US Open after historic Olympic triumph

It's been a heck of a summer for Andy Murray. Since May he has won the Rome Masters, Queen’s, Wimbledon and the Olympics gold, reached the French Open final and been reunited with coach Ivan Lendl, who is so pivotal to his success and well-being.

The world number two made history as the first singles player ever to win two Olympic gold medals just five weeks after celebrating his second Wimbledon title.

Also Read:- What Serena's Early Olympic Exit Means for Historic U.S. Open Run

Murray is now on an 18-match unbeaten streak - the longest of his career - and in winning the gold medal match against Juan Martin del Potro last night showed once again that he is in the form of his life.

In two weeks time murray will begin his US Open campaign and in order to best prepare for Flushing Meadows he flew straight from Rio to America for the Masters tournament in Cincinnati. He is the top seed in the absence of Djokovic, who is resting a troublesome wrist, and the tournament offers a chance to close the ranking gap further to the world number one.

Novak Djokovic is still miles in front of him as the world No 1 in terms of ranking points, but Murray feels to all intents and purposes as the man to beat right now.

Also Read:- Federer to Miss Rest of Season, Including US Open

The counter-argument would be that Murray has still not beaten Djokovic in a major since 2013, but he comprehensively beat him in Rome in May and the gap looks to be narrowing.

Murray has lost just one of his last 30 matches, and said: "The last few months since Monte Carlo I've been competing for the biggest events in every tournament. I haven't won every one but I've been close and had some good wins against the top players.

"Novak the last two years really has played amazing tennis, his consistency - what I've done for the last four months, he's been doing for the whole year. I need to try and find a way to keep that going.

"The US Open is obviously the next big goal. I had a disappointing US Open last year and I'll try and have a good run there."

Saturday, 13 August 2016

What Serena's Early Olympic Exit Means for Historic U.S. Open Run

World's No.1 Serena Williams was expected to win gold medal in both singles and women’s doubles alongside sister Venus for the United States in the Rio Olympic games.

Serena, the best player in the world if not all-time, had never lost an Olympic match with her sister – the two have won three gold medals together. So when they were beaten in their first round match, there was a collective shock that could be felt in Rio, and all over the tennis world.

United States women's Olympic tennis coach Mary Joe Fernandez saying that Venus had been sick provided a sense of clarity, but the loss was still surprising. But it wasn't anything to worry about. Even the best lose sometimes.

Spraying errors and piling up double-faults at an uncharacteristic rate, Williams made a stunningly lethargic exit from Rio on Tuesday, losing 6-4, 6-3 to Elina Svitolina of Ukraine in the women’s singles Round of 16 in a swift 72 minutes.

Her performance was only slightly longer than her post-match news conference, which she decided not to attend, opting instead for a statement delivered through a Team USA spokesperson.

Suddenly there was reason to wonder if something was wrong. Two Serena losses so close together? That's a rare thing.

"It's obviously disappointing but, you know, she played really well and I think the better player today won," Williams said in a statement instead of addressing the media, adding how important competing for her country is. "It was a career opportunity. It didn't work out the way I wanted to, but at least I was able to make it to Rio. That was one of my goals."

Williams will now turn her focus to reclaiming a title that she has won six times at the U.S. Open, as she looks to break her Open era Grand Slam record tie with Steffi Graf by winning a 23rd major. After suffering perhaps her most stunning loss ever in Flushing Meadows to the Italian Vinci last year, Serena has some unfinished business in New York.

"In a case like Serena, she hates losing more than she likes winning," Jensen said. "That's why she's arguably the greatest women's tennis player of all-time if not the greatest tennis player, men or women."

Again, Williams' Olympics disappointment is not "no big deal," especially to her. But if you compare the importance of Rio to a Grand Slam, the last time she lost this early at a major was 2014 Wimbledon. She has won five of eight Grand Slams since, making the final in two more.

Serena will be back, and perhaps ready to make history at the U.S. Open.

Thursday, 28 July 2016

Federer to Miss Rest of Season, Including US Open

Roger Federer will miss the remainder of the 2016 season as he continues to recover from knee surgery, he announced Tuesday.

The 17-time Grand Slam champion said he needs "more extensive rehabilitation" if he wants to prolong his career.

Federer wrote on his Facebook page Tuesday that he needs "more extensive rehabilitation following my knee surgery earlier this year."

"The doctors advised that if I want to play on the ATP World Tour injury free for another few years, as I intend to do, I must give both my knee and body the proper time to fully recover," Federer said.

The owner of a record 17 Grand Slams titles turns 35 on Aug. 8, so the reference to "another few years" might give his fans increased hope of seeing Federer continue to wield a racket for quite some time.

"I am as motivated as ever and plan to put all my energy towards coming back strong, healthy and in shape to play attacking tennis in 2017," he added.

Federer won doubles gold at Beijing in 2008, but has never won an Olympic singles title and lost to Britain's Andy Murray in the final at London 2012.

Federer twice required treatment during a five-set semi-final defeat by Canada's Milos Raonic at Wimbledon this month, but found a "silver lining" in his injury-troubled year.

"This experience has made me realise how lucky I have been throughout my career with very few injuries," he said.

"The doctors advised that if I want to play on the ATP World Tour injury free for another few years, as I intend to do, I must give both my knee and body the proper time to fully recover."

Belinda Bencic out of Olympics to focus on US Open

The 19-year-old – Belinda Bencic, who was forced to withdraw from the second round at this year's Wimbledon with a wrist injury.

Bencic had been expected to be part of the Switzerland squad along with Timea Bacsinszky in Brazil, however she has been struggling with a wrist injury sustained at Wimbledon.

And although she has recovered from the injury, Bencic says she will not be ready for Rio and instead will turn her attentions to the US Open after the Games.

"It is with a heavy heart that I have to withdraw from this year's Olympics," she posted on Twitter.

"Although I have recovered from the wrist injury that I sustained at Wimbledon at the end of June, I am behind in my training schedule and am therefore not completely ready to take part.

"I will be using the next few weeks to fully prepare with my coach Melanie Molitor for Cincinnati, New Haven and the US Open."

On Tuesday, Bencic's compatriot Roger Federer, the men's world number three, pulled out of Rio with a knee injury that has ended his 2016 season.

Federer announced earlier this week he will not feature at the Olympics as he gives his body enough time to fully recover after his recent knee problems – the 17-time Grand Slam winner not set to feature on the ATP Tour again until 2017.

The US Open 2016 begins in New York on 29 August.

Friday, 15 July 2016

US Open Tennis 2016 Prize Money (Singles Winners to get $3.5m)

Us Open tennis championship is all set to become the most lucrative and highest paying tennis grandslam in the world after leapfrogging Wimbledon in total prize money fund. US Open 2016 total Prize Money pool will be $46.3 million with a whooping 10% increase from 2015.

Winners of mens and women singles taking home $3.5 million each. Increase in the prize money was confirmed by US tennis Association.

USTA has announced another 10% increase in total prize money of US Open 2016 taking it to record $46.3 million. Mens and womens singles winner will get $3.5 million each. This increase in prize money will make US open highest paying tennis tournament in the world ahead of Wimbledon where 5% increase in 2016 saw it reach £28.1 million mark.

US Tennis Association also announced that by 2017 the total prize money pool of US open will reach massive $50 million which means other grand slams like Australian Open and French Open will be under pressure to increase their own prize money and now it looks like a wage race between the top 4 grand slams.

Here is the full breakdown of 2016 US Open Tennis Championship purse which will be awarded in different categories. prize money for singles events increased 10% in each round while mens and women doubles also got 8.5% increase for every round.

2016 US Open Tennis Total Prize Money – $46.3 million
STAGES Mens Singles Women Singls Mens Doubles Women Doubles Mixed Doubles
Winners $3.5m $3.5m $625,000 $625,000 $175,000
Runnerups $1.75m $1.75m $300,000 $300,000 90,000
Semi-Finalists $875,000 $875,000 $150,000 $150,000 45,000
Quarter-Finalists $450,000 $450,000 $80,750 $80,750 22,000
4th Round $235,000 $235,000 $40,000 $40,000 11,000
3rd Round $140,000 $140,000 $20,063 $20,063 6,000
2nd Round $77,200 $77,200 $15,375 $15,375
1st Round $43,300 $43,300
TOTAL $16.5m $16.5m $2.5m $2.5m $600,000