For the last week, the Open’s daily program has been advertising a new place to eat. Considering Sam Sifton’s review of the food court, this seemed like a blessing. It’s called “Overlook presented by The Cosmpolitan of Las Vegas.” It’s actually located on the roof of the food court stations and it promises a Read More
Yesterday the line into Sam Querrey’s match at Armstrong streched hundreds deep, and apparently even the French men are a draw. Gael Monfils and Richard Gasquet are in the third set of their match–Monfils leads two sets to love, but Gasquet is up a break in the third–and everyone wants to get in. The Read More
Every year I try hard to remember when Open matches are played only in the stadium courts. This year I’m documenting it.
It’s Day 7 at the Open and there’s only one match from the men’s and women’s singles draw that isn’t being played on Ashe, Armstrong or the Grandstand. That fairly inauspicious honor went Read More