But you can call him Delpo. Or anything, really. Just call him.
Plus a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Daenerys’ dragons on Game of Thrones, new research into the relationship between testicle size and parenting, and Justin Bieber’s unsettling creepstache.
It was quite the star-studded event this year.
With the US Open set to close today with a dramatic showdown between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, the British Embassy takes a look back at some of the most epic tennis clashes between Brits and Americans.
Or at least that’s what it feels like as she adds another U.S. Open title in three sets.
The two played an exhibition doubles match at the U.S. Open and showed the world the proper way to play tennis.
The end of a career and the beginning of…
Who cares if it wasn’t his real hair? It was glorious.
The once-dominant star was upset in the fourth round on Monday.
Not old enough to vote, but old enough to rock the tennis world.
Phil Mickelson came in second at the U.S. Open for the sixth time on Sunday. But does that mean we should pity him?
Usually hole-in-ones are at least hit toward the hole on purpose. This was not on purpose.
At the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club outside of Philadelphia, I asked 35 spectators who originally got them interested in the game.
The overserved Hawaiian shirt guy, the hilarious foreigner, and more.
You’re doing nothing, but you can’t do anything else because what if the game starts? A dispatch from a wet U.S. Open, featuring a very dramatic twist involving Bloody Marys.
It’s pretty cool to have James Bond in your corner.
While Wimbledon is known for its respect for tradition, white outfits, and most of all, silence, the US Open is a rollicking free for all. The U.S Open’s executive producer, Michael Fiur, exclusively reveals to BuzzFeed what gets the top seeded players’ adrenaline pumping.
In 2011 if you lost in the first round, you still made $19,000? Now I just have to con my way into the field!
While the American tennis champ’s career is over, we’ll always have these moments to remember.
The Women’s Tennis Association has laid out its plans to eliminate grunting. But why do players grunt in the first place? And would it hurt them to try and stop?
Note to self: Go to the US Open. Ask Novak Djokovic to marry me. Get free lessons. Become tennis star myself.
This is why you don’t make an ass of yourself on national TV.
An interview with Webb Simpson, using his goofy tweets.
U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson responds, “Enjoy the jail cell, pal.” Which is pretty weird, too.
Because he’s an amateur, Beau Hossler is forbidden from making money at the U.S. Open. Which is a pity, because the 17-year-old golfer, who just tied for 29th, earned just over $50,000.
The golfer formerly known as “the greatest in the world” went into this weekend looking like he might finally make a run at his first post-scandal Major. Instead he collapsed under the pressure of a US Open weekend.
It’s been almost four years since Tiger Woods crashed his car into the tree. It’s time to move on and embrace the best golfer in the world. Because let’s face it: Golf is really, really boring without him.
This basically never, ever, EVER happens. ALSO: get excited, kids. U.S. Open starts today.
Well this is a weird thing to do in public. And I thought the US Open was a classy affair.
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Rory McIlroy, at 22 years of age, became the youngest golfer to win the U.S. Open since 1923. To mark the occasion, the young Irishman took to Twitter and posted a photo of himself drinking from the championship trophy. We don’t know what exactly he’s drinking, but he’s in a bar. Probably not Fanta.
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