Men's US Open Tennis

The US Open, properly the United States Open tennis championships, is a tennis tournament which is the modern incarnation of one of the oldest tennis championships in the world.

The 2010 US Open is the last major tennis betting event of the year. With Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams both in dreadful form, both of these players The Men s US Open Tennis, like the other major world tennis tournaments, has its fair share of tennis dramas that have served to enhance it's stature over the years. Although location, impressive stadia, efficient organization and appreciative crowds play a part, a tournament like the US Open derives much of its esteem from classic battles for supremacy involving the best players in each era.

When these players happen to be gifted enough to prevail in any era, then these tennis duels enrich the tournament in perpetuity.

There are plenty of contenders for the men's singles throne, but before they can lift the trophy in victory they will have to subdue one of the most talented sportsmen the world has ever seen - the indomitable US Open men's tennis player, Roger Federer. Federer is, without a doubt, one of the finest court tacticians of the current era. He displays elegance and stylishness, but is ruthless when hunting down a win. He has some of the most potent weapons in his artillery and is never afraid to shoot salvo after salvo at his hapless opponents.

Men's US Open Tennis 2010

The U.S. Open is the fourth and final event of the Grand Slam in tennis. It is held yearly in August/September and the main tournament consists of five championships: men's and women's singles, men's and women's doubles and mixed doubles, with additional tournaments for junior and senior players. At the same time as, 1978, the tournament has been held at the USTA National Tennis Center at Flushing Meadows in Queens, New York.

The U.S. Open grew from a special entertainment event for the high society to a $16 million prize money championship for over 600 female and male professional players. Federer is the most dominant man in pro tennis today - he has held the number one berth since February 2004 until 2008 when he slipped down to number two. There does not seem to be anybody else out there who has the ability to knock him off his lofty pedestal, unless Rafael Nadal can crack the hard courts which have eluded him for so many years. Although Rafael Nadal is more than proficient of beating Federer, he has effectively reached these heights by his awesome displays on clay and is battling with weak knees. He has yet to attain a slot in the final at Flushing Meadows, and his best performance to date was reaching the semi finals in New York in 2008. It would be highly unlikely for Nadal to cause an upset on the acrylic courts of the Arthur Ashe Stadium.