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Saturday, September 4, 2010

How Did Snookie's Family Score Tickets to The U.S. Open?

We just wrote about the woes of U.S. men's tennis and the stunning underachievements of Andy Roddick and James Blake, when suddenly, out of the blue, emerged what looks like might be the bright future of American men's tennis.
(ryan harrison)
Ryan Harrison, an 18 year-old Shreveport, Louisiana native made it to the second round of the U.S. Open yesterday, and had he converted one of three match points, he would still be in the tourney. He lost to Stergiy Stakhovsky in five sets. But the good news, after watching his play, is that he has all the goods to become the next great American champion. Even several veteran champions, Connors, Navratilova and McEnroe all commented that Harrison has a bright future ahead of him.
But maybe the most enjoyable match at this year's U.S. Open took place in the stands a couple of days ago during one of Novak Djokavic's matches. Watch the video below, this is hilarious.

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