NEW YORK — If you’re a British reporter covering the U.S. Open,
you don’t have much to do besides admiring the Autumnal landscape. Always nice to visit America in early September. You might even bring a racket to swat a few balls in Central Park.
Bud signing autographs at the US Open
But the tennis at Flushing Meadows, where the big boys and girls romp, doesn’t seem to mean much to Britain where the game was conceived in the late 19th century. continue reading »
September 01 2012 | US Open | 1 Comment »