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Goodbye Olympics, Hello US Open!

Whether you're relieved or disappointed that the Olympics are over, you can now channel your sports watching elsewhere. The US Open kicks off today in New York!

I always love watching the Open: It's the only Grand Slam tournament held in the US, which makes it feel more familiar even if I can't sit courtside. This year, the Open is celebrating its 40th anniversary, so there'll be some extra nostalgia, including an opening ceremony (tonight at 7 p.m. EDT) highlighting the tournament's singles champs over the past four decades.

The Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal rivalry will be in full force. Though Federer ceded his number one ranking to Nadal, he has won the past four US Opens, so a potential final against Nadal would be a must-see. Other big names to watch will be Lindsay Davenport, who is back after battling injuries, and Elena Dementieva, who just won the gold medal in women's singles Beijing. The way the matches shake out, there's no way that the Williams sisters, who scored Olympic gold in doubles, could face each other in the final match, but here's hoping they come back strong after Beijing.

Check out the schedule here to find out when all the good matches air. Will you be watching the US Open? Who are you most excited to see?

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insidesusan insidesusan 9 years
I hope Rafa wins his 3rd grand slam in a row, especially coming back from the gold!!
sharshar sharshar 9 years
Go, Federer! :D
Kirei-Makeup Kirei-Makeup 9 years
rafa vs federer again! lol...today phau gave a good fight against rafa though..young was giving a good match today against blake... I hope federer is back on his game. He didn't do so well in the rogers cup and olympic..>__< I wanna see nadal vs. djokovich..=)
Sun_Sun Sun_Sun 9 years
its not the same :(
ilanac13 ilanac13 9 years
it's funny - i've never been much for watching tennis - yet when i lived in Florida - i went to a few matches when the tournaments were down by Miami. it's fun to watch if you're in the right environment. at least this is something that sports buffs can watch since the olympics are over. i wonder how the players are going to do that were in the games....they might be a bit exhausted no?
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