Results: 20 Record(s) Found.

Two-time champ Isner commits to 2017 Winston-Salem Open

2011-12 Winston-Salem Open champion and North Carolina native John Isner has committed to play in the tournament in 2017, joined by PowerShares Series participants James Blake, Michael Chang, Mardy Fish and Andy Roddick. Read More

Serena expecting, to miss 2017 US Open Series

Serena Williams, one of the most successful players in US Open Series' history, will be sitting out this season after announcing that she is pregnant and due in September. Read More

2017 Series Spotlight: Ernesto Escobedo

Ernesto Escobedo accelerated his rapid rise up the world rankings last week at the U.S. Clay Court Championships, where he topped John Isner to reach his first career tour semifinal. Here’s a little more on this up-and-coming young American. Read More

2017 Preview: Winston-Salem Open

Winston-Salem is the last stop on the men's tour prior to the US Open, making it the perfect final tune-up for the final Grand Slam of the year. Read More

2017 Preview: Connecticut Open

The Connecticut Open is the final women's Series event of the season. It routinely draws top-notch fields, with the tournament serving as excellent preparation for the US Open, which is just a 90-minute ride down I-95. Read More

Azarenka to make return at Bank of the West Classic

Former world No. 1 and two-time Grand Slam women's singles champion Victoria Azarenka will make her return to the WTA tour at Stanford where she won the singles title in 2010 and the doubles title in 2011. Read More

2017 Series Spotlight: Johanna Konta

Johanna Konta defeated Caroline Wozniacki in the final of the Miami Open on Saturday afternoon to claim the biggest title of her career. Here’s a little more info about th2 Bank of the West Classic champion.​ Read More

2017 Preview: Western & Southern Open

The Western & Southern Open, the fourth tournament on the US Open Series schedule, consistently attracts the finest players from both the men’s and women’s tours, and 2017 should be no different. Read More

2017 Preview: Rogers Cup

The Rogers Cup is one of tennis’ more unique tournaments. It features both a men’s and a women’s event held simultaneously but in two different cities – one in Montreal and one in Toronto, with the men’s and women’s events alternating locations every year. Read More

Azarenka to return to tennis during 2017 US Open Series

Two-time US Open Series tournament champion Victoria Azarenka told Tennis Channel in an interview that she is training again and is targeting the 2017 US Open Series for her return to the game. Read More
Results: 20 Record(s) Found.