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What Is The Arthur Ashe Courage Award?

The Arthur Ashe Courage Award is the annual award given at ESPN’s ESPY Awards to an individual whose actions transcend sports.

The 2016 Arthur Ashe Courage award is being awarded posthumously to Zaevion Dobson, a 15-year-old Knoxville, Tennessee football player who died after diving in front of gunfire to save two girls’ lives. 307 more words

Entertainment

Retractable Roof Nearly Ready At Arthur Ashe Stadium

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — When the U.S. Open begins next month, weather will become much less of an issue, especially for matches at Arthur Ashe Stadium… 171 more words

News

U.S. Open

These posts are all a bit delayed, but I’m playing catch-up with my life. In early September, Kate scored discounted tickets to the U.S. Open… 259 more words

New York City

THE SKY IS "AZZURRO" IN NEW YORK TODAY!

This post is a “Pre-recorded Broadcast” ;-)… but enjoy it!!!

Yesterday was an ordinary day for me.
I was in New York with a friend of mine and my only concern was to find the right shoes at… 381 more words

New York City

Well done, Roberta Vinci

Who doesn’t like a dogged underdog victory?

Roberta Vinci, 32, ranked 43rd in the world up against the ever so dominant top-ranked Serena Williams for a spot in the US Open women’s singles final against Italy’s Flavia Pennetta. 767 more words

Sports

Serena loses in U.S. Open Semifinal

NEW YORK — And just like that, it’s all over.

Perhaps the most dominant women’s tennis player of all time broke millions of hearts when she lost in her bid to become the first women’s player to win the calendar year tennis Grand Slam in 25 years when she lost to Roberta Vinci, 6-2, 4-6, 4-6. 204 more words

Sports

Serena loses in U.S. Open Semifinal

NEW YORK — And just like that, it’s all over.

Perhaps the most dominant women tennis player of all time broke millions of hearts when she lost in her bid to become the first women’s player to win the calendar year tennis Grand Slam in 25 years when she lost to Roberta Vinci, 6-2, 4-6, 4-6. 204 more words

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