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U.S. Open Golf 2012

U.S. Open Golf 2012
Competition Timber performed perhaps his best tennis performance in two decades during his Few days cost to win the Funeral service Competition two several weeks ago, and that strength taken over Saturday at Olympic in an starting circular at the 2012 U.S. Start that surpassed the dramatics at Muirfield Town.

Woods was stable throughout Saturday, hardly ever having to struggle for par and maintaining his pushes in the estimated. The win at the Funeral service will mostly be recalled for the many different kind of birdies on Few days, but it was the stable several weeks duration of par helps you to save that put him in argument and created that win seem different that his success at Bay Mountain in April.

Woods took all that to another stage on Saturday and was in finish management of his activity. He was reaching low attracts, great reduces and any other taken on management with the actual velocity he required. His circular took off on the hardest expand of the course, creating back-to-back birdies at No. 4 and No. 5. He said at his Thursday media meeting that gamers who went through the first six gaps at even-par would create up "boatloads" of injections on the area. He went through the strenuous expand in 1-under to close a circular of 69.

It was once he's been under par at the Start since 2002. He's started the nationwide title with a red variety on three past events, which led to two is the winner and a tie for third.

Woods' stable tee-to-green day was a huge comparison from the circular of his enjoying associates. Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson hit it all over the garden, particularly off the tee. Watson has never started the U.S. Start under par, and arriving on the pumps of his distinct judge of the course this several weeks time, it was no surprise to see him with an 8-over 78.

With a 6 over 76, Phil Mickelson equalled his toughest profession starting circular at the U.S. Start. Mickelson's day started with a drawn generate into the plants that led to a missing tennis ball. He started with three immediately bogeys for once ever at a significant. While Timber is constantly enhance his type, Mickelson and Watson will have to card some birdies on Saturday if they want to create the few days.
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U.S. Open Tennis Tournament Began


U.S. Open tennis tournament began on Monday, the day after Hurricane Irene in New York to escape the full force, as it raged across the region.

Crews worked overnight to clear debris from the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York City, where the first game started with 1:00

"The crew was hard at work drying, replacing banners on lampposts that welcome fans to enter the doors and get the TV booth outside Ashe attached to the first broadcast on Monday," US Open press release said.

The road to the championship remains open for women after abdominal trauma suffered twice defending champion Kim Clijsters to retire from the tournament.

For men, analysts say it will come down to the big three: Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

Here's a look at what to expect in the tournament. Women Women have a little more interesting following the announcement that both Serena and Venus Williams will play. The sisters have been struggling with injuries and played only sporadically recently.

Reduced appearances led to a low score of the sisters, Serena seeded at 28, while Venus is seeded.

"Serena is a superstar. Being here in New York and Serena back on the field healthy and playing well is going to be incredibly exciting for the fans for the next two weeks, "said Stacey Alla Forester, director of the Women's Tennis Association.

To see another player, Caroline Wozniacki, who seek to justify its ranking number one. The location of 21 years, is under fire because it has never won a Grand Slam tournament.

Serena Williams has a good chance of winning the tournament, said Luke Jensen, a former tennis pro and ESPN analyst.

"Some may say that is very open because Clijsters retired, but is actually Serena to lose," Jensen told CNN.

"The best player who has played the game is Serena Williams. You can bring Martina (Navratilova), Billie Jean King, Chris (Evert) ... does not matter. There is a power game that nobody has ever played before. Someone has to intervene and take Serena. Maybe it's Venus. Wozniacki want to see. "Analysts say the men the title will go to one of the three best players, Novak Djokovic emphasizing great year.

Djokovic, the number one player, won the Australia Open and Wimbledon, and has an excellent record of 57-2 in matches this year.

Rafael Nadal, the No. 2 player, will defend his U.S. Open Championship 2010 and should be gunning for Djokovic, who won five games this year.

Djokovic "plays very well. What it does is something very difficult to repeat," Nadal told reporters last week. "He only lost two games during the year. For all, it's surprising, but for me it is not surprising that Djokovic is No. 1."

Roger Federer, No. 3 players, is always dangerous, even if his game has faltered a little 'this year.

"I think it is up to the Big Three," said Jensen. "Now, someone like (Andy) Murray could slip in there, but you have the big three. Nadal is a very interesting position, because Djokovic has his number with the two-handed backhand down the line. But really, the other in the locker room JV them need to step and say: "I want to play Varsity." U.S. Open Tennis Tournament Began
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