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NYO Gives Back To Local Community

Over the last week, New York Open staff members have driven 287 miles to two boroughs and across Long Island. They visited 21 tennis facilities, delivering a case of tennis balls to each one, with 1,512 total balls being distributed.   Why? To give back to those

Edmund Sprints To New York Title

Brit defeats Seppi on Sunday Eighth-seeded Brit Kyle Edmund saved his best tennis for last on Sunday at the New York Open, winning eight of the last nine games in a comprehensive 7-5, 6-1 victory over Italian Andreas Seppi to take the title. Edmund picked up his second ATP Tour crown, with

Saturday Review and Finals Preview

Edmund Powers Into New York Final Seppi defeats Jung on Saturday   Eighth-seeded Brit Kyle Edmund wasted no time getting down to business on Saturday at the New York Open, racing into the final with a 6-1, 6-4 win over sixth seed and #NextGenATP Serbian Miomir Kecmanovic. "This is great to be back

Friday Review and Saturday Preview

Saturday Preview Today's semifinals at the New York Open features No. 6 seed Miomir Kecmanovic against No. 8 Kyle Edmund while unseeded Adreas Seppi takes on qualifier Jason Jung. This is the second semifinal appearance of the year for the 20-year-old Kecmanovic, who also reached the final

Thursday Review + Friday Preview

Thursday Review DEFENDING CHAMPION REILLY OPELKA SHAKES OFF RUST
 TO DEFEAT YOSHIHITO NISHIOKA IN SECOND ROUND, 6-4, 6-4 Photo credit: NY Open/Alex Smith Opelka is the highest remaining seed. Jordan Thompson avenged a straight sets loss to Isner in the quarterfinals here last year. It was

Wednesday Recap and Thursday Preview

Second Round Singles and Quarterfinal Doubles   Today’s schedule at the New York Open features the last four second round singles matches and two doubles quarterfinals. The singles line-up features two literal David versus Goliath type match-ups. Defending New York Open champion and No. 3 seed, Reilly Opelka

Wednesday Preview

Today’s action will see the conclusion of the second round of singles and doubles first round. One of the ATP Tour’s rising starts opens play on Stadium Court as 20-year-old Miomir Kecmanovic takes on 38-year-old qualifier Paolo Lorenzi of Italy. Lorenzi won their only prior meeting

Tuesday Preview

The action starts well before play begins today at the New York Open. The tournament’s annual Ladies Day champagne brunch, fashion show and ATP Q&A kicks off at the Long Island Marriott at 10 a.m. At the same time, the inaugural GF Sports STEM Education

Monday Review

Monday night at NYCB Live saw two contrasting first round matches. The first night session of the week featured two all-American matches. In the first match, Steve Johnson outlasted Tennys Sandgren in just under two and a half hours.