Off to Flushing Meadows

Living close to NY City definitely has it's advantages - Broadway, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rockefeller Center at Christmas time, Broadway (yeah, I mentioned it twice, I love Broadway) and this time of year, the US Open. I'm taking today off and heading to Flushing Meadows - an awesome time for anyone even remotely interested in tennis, and I am a whole lot more interested than remotely. Some of the matches I hope to be seeing today:

Nikolay Davydenko [5] v. Agustin Calleri

Marin Cilic [30] v. Robby Ginepri

Carlos Moya v. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga[19]

Bobby Reynolds v. Fernando Gonzalez[11]

Elena Dementieva [5] v. Anne Keothavong

Tommy Robredo [15] v. Marat Safin



And the list goes on - sorry guys, no reading today.



And did I mention My wife is running her first 5k tomorrow.

********* WOOHOO GO MICHELE GO ***********

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