Oudin: The New Face of American Women's Tennis

Friday, September 04, 2009

The Williams sisters have dominated U.S. women’s tennis for a long time, but there are a few new faces starting to make their own news. 17-year-old Melanie Oudin, from Georgia, defeated fourth-seed Elena Dementieva yesterday in the second round of the U.S. Open. Takeaway sports contributor Ibrahim Abdul-Matin is here to talk to us about this big upset and other news around the sports world.

If you want to watch Melanie Oudin or any other tennis players,  view information of the schedule on the U.S. Open website.

 

Guests:

Ibrahim Abdul-Matin

Contributors:

David J Fazekas

Comments [2]

Omaar

No she has to prove through TIME. The Williams Sister have Proven it, Through TIME. Martina Navratalova has Proven though TIME. Chris Evert Through TIME. Billie Jean King, Through TIME. Lindsay Davenport, Through TIME. Jennifer Capriatti Through TIME. Until TIME Proves Her as America's Next in Female Tennis Great... She's Rawanska Of Poland, Except, she's American.

Sep. 11 2009 01:48 AM
Omaar

No she has to prove through TIME.

The Williams Sister have Proven it, Through TIME.

Martina Navratalova has Proven though TIME.

Cgris Evert Through TIME.

Billie Jean King, Through TIME.

Lidsay Davenport, Through TIME.

Jennifer Capriatti Through TIME.

Until TIME Proves Her as America's Next in Tennis....

She's Rawanska Of Poland, Except, she's American.

Sep. 11 2009 01:46 AM

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