Wednesday, August 29, 2012
DAILY TENNIS NEWS - BRIEFS
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Federer Gets Comfortable With Festive US Open
Federer has made another successful switch to the carnival-like action
of the US Open, with the focused Swiss world No. 1 quietly going about
his business of trying to claim a sixth title at the frenetic event
Federer is simply going with the flow and keeping a discreet distance
from as many non-tennis factors as possible. "The distractions are big
here just because you almost enjoy your time too much," said the 17-time
Grand Slam champion.
Britain’s Konta Is Showing Promise
women’s tennis continues to be upwardly mobile with new recruit Johanna
Konta winning her way through to the second round of US Open after
qualifying at New York’s Flushing Meadows.
USTA To Honor Hamilton And Snow
USTA will honor posthumously 2012 International Tennis Hall of Fame
inductee and wheelchair tennis pioneer Randy Snow and former USTA CEO
and pioneer of the Diversity and Inclusion Department at the USTA, the
late Lee Hamilton.
ICON Awards celebrate individual and institutional accomplishments and
commitments to diversity and inclusion; as well as emphasize the USTA’s
commitment to fairness and equality. The Awards reception and
presentations will be held September 4 in the Hospitality Pavilion of
the Chase Center at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in
Flushing, New York.
Tennis Media Select Melbourne and Indian Wells As Top Media-Friendly
of the International Tennis Writers Association (ITWA), have voted the
two events as the most “media-friendly” tournaments on the international
awards were presented to Craig Tiley, the Tournament Director of the
Australian Open, and DeeDee Felich, Assistant Tournament Director of the
BNP Paribas Open, at a reception in New York hosted by ITWA and
sponsored by Credit Suisse.
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