Federer v. Murray
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Congratulations to Serena Williams in her Women's Singles title victory yesterday out at the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows, Queens, NY.
When I lived in NY, I attended the U.S. Open on numerous occasions, the first when I was a college student at NYU in 1984 (we're talking Ivan Lendl and John McEnroe action...remember those matches??), and later while working for IBM in the late 1990s.
You may remember my last visit there, in 2005, just after I first started this blog and was covering the tennis (and IBM IT) action courtside.
That tradition continues, this year with a little help from our friends at American Express.
This afternoon beginning at 5 p.m. EST, you'll be able to watch a live Webcast of the Men's Final between Roger Federer and Andy Murray (who upset Rafael Nadal yesterday to make it to the finals).
This is going to be some serious tennis.
So if you don't have a telly or your local market isn't covering the match via TV, the United States Tennis Association's U.S. Open Web site (with a little assistance from IBM) will be courtside and live!