Young athletes Compete in 2018 US Open Tennis

Young athletes Compete in 2018 US Open Tennis

Young athletes Compete in 2018 US Open Tennis

As the US Open Tennis gets in progress, youthful competitors across the globe are getting ready to play for a Grand Slam win. Here are the player's names who are playing in this competition:

Dominic Thiem (Age 24, Ranking 8)

The Dominic Thiem has won 10 singles titles on the ATP Tour his age is 24 and ranked 8. In 2018 Mutua Madrid Open he has defeated Rafael Nadal on the clay court. He has reached his first grand slam in Australian Open and French Open Final this year, losing to current No. 1-seed Rafael Nadal in 3 sets. Thiem has figured out how to gain an aggregate of $12,541,945 in prize cash. In spite of the fact that Thiem's favored surface is clay, he has the ability and experience to make some clamor in New York this late spring.

Alexander Zverev (Age 21, Ranking 3).

The Alexander Zverev is a 21-year-old and his ranking in number 3 in the world, he is the youngest player in the ATP Top 20, as he was won last year 2 titles by beating both Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. He took $11,001,889 total prize cash in his career. In spite of the fact that his performance at Grand Slams has been not as much as stellar, he is expected for a leap forward and has an extraordinary opportunity to win his 1st Grand Slam at the Open this season. Currently, he has won the Washington Open, a lead-up competition to the U.S. Open, by crushing 19-year-old Australian Alex de Minaur in the last game.

Jelena Ostapenko (Age 21, Ranking 11)

It is very tough to contrast Ostapenko to some other typical 21-year-old. In 2017 French Open completion she has won her first title by beating Simona Halep. She took $2.4 million prize cash at Roland-Garros, successfully tripling her collective career prize cash in fourteen-day range. Currently, she was ranked 11 in the WTA ranking table, making her the second-most youthful player in the best 20.

Naomi Osaka (Age 20, Ranking 17)

The Naomi Osaka born in Orlando, Florida, she is 20year old and plays for Japan. Presently she is sitting at her most elevated singles ranking at No. 17. At the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, she has won over the Maria Sharapova in the first round and proceeded by victory in the competition prompted her first singles title. After her success, she said I wanted to play with three big players, including Serena, Venus, and Sharapova. Presently I'm simply holding up to play Serena." it just so happens, she got the chance to play Serena in the first round of the 2018 Miami Open a few days after the fact.

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