Roger Federer’s U.S. Open Draw Is a Record

Roger Federer, a genius who made tennis look effortless, is a big winner in today’s $250,000 tennis draw down in Rochester, New York, for the U.S. Open. The draw is at the Rochester Civic Center, where the tournament is sponsored by the City of Rochester.

The draw is for the U.S. Open, which is one of the four major outdoor tournaments in the world and one of the most well-established in the sport. There was no draw for the U.S. Open in New York until 1992.

The U.S. Open is not yet done, and will be held at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on August 26, 2016, with a TV-broadcast audience of 30.7 million.

The U.S. Open drew a record-tying 19,000 fans to the Meadowlands in 2015 and a record 19,000 in 2013.

That is in fact one of the smallest draws to the Meadowlands — a lot of that was because of the weather. And it’s likely to get worse this year. In fact, the U.S. Open is likely to be played in a subfreezing-cold climate.

Last year, the U.S. Open was played in the high 30s and low 40s. In 2014, it was the high 30s and low 40s. And in 2013, the high temperatures were much warmer, averaging 51 degrees.

This year, at the age of 33, and at a time when he has yet to win another Grand Slam event, Roger Federer has drawn more money than anyone in the history of the sport.

This year’s U.S. Open will also be the 33rd Open and the last one with a $10 entry fee. To put that in perspective, the record U.S. Open entry fee is $4 for the men’s event and $5 for the women.

Now we all know the U.S. Open is not for the faint of heart, but that doesn’t mean it’s an easy sport to play. The U.S. Open is the toughest tournament to win. It has a long history, including some of the most intense rivalries in sport, as

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