Fall is quickly approaching and while the Summer is nearing its end, there’s still plenty left to be enjoyed.
The NFL season is two weeks away, Fashion Week is two weeks, and school is almost back! Well, the school part may or may not be something worth looking forward to but perhaps the 2014 US Open is something that may catch the interest of many.
The US tennis open is set to begin on Monday, August 25th. It will mark the 134th edition of the event. In the tennis world, it is the fourth and final Grand Slam event of the calendar year. For many of the top tennis players in the world, the US Open presents the opportunity to be classified as one of the elite players, if not the elite player, in the world. The event features the likes of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and many more from the men’s side. From the women’s side, there is the popular and talented Williams sisters, Venus and Serena. There’s also Czech, Petra Kvitova and the talented Serbian, Ana Ivanovic. These are just some of the many women getting set to take on the best tennis players in the world during the US Open.
Here are the top 10 players from both the men and women, respectively:
While, the US Open is a important and huge event in itself, it should be noted that this will take place in the New York. But most accurately in Flushing, Queens. With some of the best players having to come during this current generation, the sport popularity has gotten its bump. Given the longevity and history of the US Open, what better location for it to take place than New York. The eyes will be set on this event come Monday. With just a couple days away from the start, it wont take long until the city is captivated by this sport. Now is the time to jump on and book your transportation to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Whether you are going to the games or not, there’s plenty of reason to believe that arriving in style isn’t just for the world’s best tennis players. In reality, not everyone can play pro tennis, but everyone can get a taste of what it feels like to walk out of a limo. Oh yes, it’s something else. Ace your serve now!