Tag Archives: U.S. Open

  • Andy Murray Drops The F-Bomb En Route To US Open Victory (Video)

    Andy Murray Drops The F-Bomb En Route To US Open Victory (Video)

    Despite being the third-ranked tennis player in the world—according to the ATP rankings—Andy Murray entered the 2012 US Open still looking for his first grand slam title. After being left in tears following a loss to Roger Federer nearly two months ago during the Wimbledon finals at the All England Club, Murray had another opportunity at that […]

  • Dancing Fan At US Open Falls Down The Stairs (Video)

    Dancing Fan At US Open Falls Down The Stairs (Video)

      Falling appears to be a common theme at the 2012 US Open. Earlier in the day we provided you with footage of a ball boy taking a spill during last night’s second-round match between Roger Federer and Bjorn Phau at Arthur Ashe Stadium. And now we bring you this; an old man showing off […]

  • US Open Ball Boy Takes A Spill (Video)

    US Open Ball Boy Takes A Spill (Video)

      Being a ball boy seems like such an easy job. Run across the court.  Pick up the ball.  Run to the other side.  Repeat another 200 times. How hard could it be, right? Well that seemingly simple sequence of tasks hasn’t stopped it from being one of the most eventful occupations in sports.  After […]

  • Here’s Novak Djokovic Acting Crazy (GIF)

    Here’s Novak Djokovic Acting Crazy (GIF)

      During his rise to the top of the tennis world, many of us have come to know Novak Djokovic as quite the entertaining character.  And it appears as though the people at ESPN were hoping to translate the Serbian’s humorous personality into an entertaining montage that they could air before going to a commercial […]

  • Pete Weber Goes Insane After Winning The PBA’s U.S. Open (Video)

    Pete Weber Goes Insane After Winning The PBA’s U.S. Open (Video)

    The Professional Bowlers Association’s U.S. Open came down to the final shot of the tournament.  And with it, Pete Weber required a strike, and only a strike, in order to beat Mike Fagan and become both the oldest winner and the first ever five-time winner of the tournament.  Needless to say, he would record that […]

  • 9 Highest-Paid Tennis Players of 2011

    9 Highest-Paid Tennis Players of 2011

    As we get closer to the U.S. Open finals, the grande finale of the 2011 tennis season, we here at Total Pro Sport thought it would be fun to have a look at who the world’s highest-paid tennis players. As you probably realize, the athletes getting the most money aren’t always the ones playing the […]

  • Here Is A Video Of Andy Roddick Snapping On US Open Officials

    Here Is A Video Of Andy Roddick Snapping On US Open Officials

    If you are anything like me, you enjoy watching American tennis player Andy Roddick snap on others, whether those others happen to be chair umpires, opposing players, or tournament officials. Roddick was at it once again earlier today.  After his fourth-round match against David Ferrer was postponed for 40 hours due to continuous rainfall at […]

  • Novak Djokovic And Carlos Berlocq Had An Exciting Rally Yesterday (Video)

    Novak Djokovic And Carlos Berlocq Had An Exciting Rally Yesterday (Video)

    The 6-0, 6-0, 6-2 scoreline might have you thinking that Novak Djokovic’s second-round victory over Carlos Berlocq was anything but exciting, but that wasn’t exactly the case.  After all, both individuals did happen to provide us with one of the US Open’s most exciting rallies thus far. It included a total of 24 shots, and […]

  • 9 Hottest Female Tennis Players At The 2011 U.S. Open

    9 Hottest Female Tennis Players At The 2011 U.S. Open

    The U.S. Open kicked off earlier this week. This is great news for me, and for two reasons: because (1) I am a big fan of tennis, and because (2) I am an even bigger fan of beautiful talented women. Now, my needs as a tennis fan planning to watch matches on television were taken […]

  • 9 Biggest U.S. Open Upsets

    9 Biggest U.S. Open Upsets

    The 2011 U.S. Open is under way this week in New York. As always, the crowds that fill the stands at the USTA National Tennis Center over the next couple weeks will be looking for an underdog they can get behind. Of course, they won’t know who their underdog is until he or she is […]