TENNIS CHANNEL LIVE AT WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPEN, NEXT WEEK, FEATURING SERENA WILLIAMS, ROGER FEDERER, NOVAK DJOKOVIC AND MORE |
Tennis Channel Coverage from Cincinnati Starts Monday /Here’s The Schedule
The Tennis Channel is live from the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati starting August 11, with nearly 40 hours of match play. The network’s on-air coverage team at the tournament is made up of Hall of Famers, former players, coaches.
Tennis Channel will launch its 2014 coverage with a 30-minute lead-in show live from the tournament grounds. This summer marks the 11th consecutive year that Tennis Channel has comprehensive coverage of the US Open Series – every summer since the circuit was founded by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) in 2004.
Starting on Monday, August 11 – August 13 at 10:30 a.m. ET LIVE
Editors note :
The tennis event in Cincinnati is one of a few GEM’S left in America. They named it right calling it the western and southern open. People must come from almost all of the south and another 10-20 states on top of that. The event had a man with integrity run it. He wasn’t a blood sucker or undertaker.
He was Paul Flory who for over 40 years he lead it thru tennis ups and downs and he never took a penny in salary. He loved the sport or the game of tennis. Not sure what it is. But know you should try and go. The best new addition is Graters ice cream. Wow. Hot day in Cincy and the worlds best ice cream. What a great combo.
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