Venus Williams was awarded a wild card on Wednesday. To compete in her 23rd U.S. Open, the United States Tennis Association announced.
The two-time champion Venus Williams will be back at the US Open. After being given a wild card into the Grand Slam competition. Williams, 41, could be a two-time winner. At Flushing Meadows and has competed. Also, within the event each year since 2006. Her WTA positioning is No. 112, which is outside the best 104 who get direct section into the competition.
Venus Williams hasn’t missed the U.S. Open since 2006. Also, she was sidelined by left wrist harm. She comes to her final major semifinal there in 2017.
CoCo Vandeweghe, who also come to those elimination rounds. Moreover, it is awarding the wild card by the U.S. Tennis Association. The previous No. 9-ranked American has fought wounds and is as of now No. 160.
American young people Caty McNally, Hailey Baptiste, and Katie Volynets. However, gotten women’s wild cards, along with 20-year-old Emma Navarro. The NCAA winner at Virginia, and Ashlyn Krueger. Krueger, 17, won the USTA Girls’ 18s national championship to gain a wild-card spot.
Jenson Brooksby and Brandon Nakashima were rewarded. Also, for their strong summers with wild cards. Both are presently in situation interior the beat 100. Which would have been great adequate for the coordinate area. Moreover, when the July 19 ATP rankings were utilized.
Jack Sock, who was once positioned eighth. But since battled with wounds, received a wild card beside individual Americans. They’re Emilio Nava and Ernesto Escobedo.
The NCAA singles winner Sam Riffice of Florida and USTA Boys’ 18s. Also, winner Zachary Svajda also got spots. Into the competition that starts Aug. 30, along with Australians Max Purcell and Storm Sanders.