With the 2014 US Open Series now under way at the Atlanta Open, which US players should tennis fans be looking out for INZ0003 during the series? Without having too much to shout about recently, are there any US players capable of winning a tournament, or even the series?
John Isner has opted to enter every event leading up to the US Open, and can probably be considered the biggest hope for the US on the Men’s side of the game. Returning to the Atlanta Open as defending champion, Isner will hope to build on his two other final appearances last year, and make a strong challenge at Flushing Meadows.
Having performed well cheap jerseys at both Eastbourne and Wimbledon, Californian Sam Querrey will be coming into the series with confidence despite dropping out of the top 50. Querrey enjoys playing on the hard court surface and will be looking forward to feeling it under his feet again during the US Open Series.
Another player who will be looking to impress having just won the Wimbledon doubles crown is Jack Sock. wholesale NBA jerseys Winner of the junior US Open title is in 2010, Sock will be hoping to get off to a good start in Atlanta and progress beyond the third round of the US Open, his best finish to date.
Switching attention to the ladies side of the game, Serena Williams is the name that really stands out when looking at potential US contenders. However, having suffered her earliest exit at Wimbledon since 2005 and losing in the second round of the French Open, Williams has been struggling to make an impact at the wholesale NFL jerseys major tournaments this year. Having said that, she should be buoyed by her series win in 2013 and will be looking to replicate it this year.
After reaching the fourth round of the US Open in 2013, 21 year old Sloane Stephens will want to put her first round Wimbledon defeat behind her and focus on the upcoming series. With a game more suited to the hard court surface, Stephens will want (and need) some confidence boosting performances during the the US Open Series.
Florida based player Madison Keys comes into the 2014 series having won her first WTA event at Eastbourne earlier this year. Coupled with a semi-final appearance at the Apia International hard court event in Sydney earlier this year, the 19 year old certainly has the ability to do well in the lead up to the US Open and is a potential star of years to come.