US Open Series Radio Powered by RadioTennis.com
RadioTennis.com is pleased to announce that it will web cast early round action of the 2010 Olympus US Open Series.
"We are extremely pleased to be able to share early round action of the Olympus US Open Series tennis tournaments with our listeners around the world," states RadioTennis.com's CEO Ken Thomas.
"RadioTennis.com is committed to providing the international tennis community with unique, entertaining and hard-to-find competitive tennis experiences. I would like to thank the senior management of the United States Tennis Association for not only our new partnership, but for also allowing these matches to be shared with loyal and knowledgeable tennis fans around the world."
"The Olympus US Open Series has always been about making the summer hard court tennis events easier to follow and enjoy," said J. Wayne Richmond, General Manager, Olympus US Open Series. "This new arrangement with RadioTennis.com provides a great way for fans to track all the early-round action during Open Season."
The Olympus US Open Series Radio powered by RadioTennis.com web cast schedule will be as follows:
??? * July 17-21: Atlanta: Atlanta Tennis Championships - Men
??? * July 24-28: Los Angeles: Farmers Classic - Men
??? * July 31- August 4: San Diego: Mercury Insurance Open - Women
??? * August 7-10: Cincinnati: Western & Southern Financial Group Open - Women
??? * August 14-17: Cincinnati: Western & Southern Financial Group Masters - Men
??? * August 21-23: New Haven: Pilot Pen Tennis - Men & Women
??? * August 24-27: New York: US Open Qualifying - Men & Women
??? * LiveTennisChat.com
RadioTennis.com has an unprecedented history of live web casting Grand Slam, ATP, WTA, NCAA, ITA, and World Team Tennis events. Their live streaming audio play-by-play provides the international tennis community with a means of experiencing professional and top-level tennis from around the world.
"RadioTennis.com is for the tennis fan that understands and enjoys professional tennis," states RadioTennis.com's Ken Thomas. "They understand that an exciting, hard fought, and entertaining tennis match can take place just as easily in a late round qualifying match in Thailand, as it can on Center Court Wimbledon."
"Great tennis is taking place somewhere in the world everyday, and RadioTennis.com brings these matches to the world tennis community."