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Legend Andy Roddick and Amanda Anisimova Share US Open 2022’s New Technology to Enhance Fan Experience

The US Open is one of the biggest tournaments in the United States. The stage is set for an exciting couple of weeks ahead. Further, fans will be fortunate to witness some of the biggest and exciting tennis prospects like Amanda Anisimova and Coco Gauff in action. The tournament will also mark the return of Venus and Serena Williams, two of the biggest names in American sporting history. It will be the latter’s final tournament of her professional career.

Like other tournaments, the US Open is striving hard to enhance the fan experience at the tournament. Recently, it announced a new partnership to boost fan engagement at the last Grand Slam tournament of the season.

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US Open partners with IBM

The tournament, on its official Twitter handle, announced a partnership with IBM to improve the fan experience. It said, We’ve partnered with  @IBM to create all-new digital platforms for the 2022 US Open.”

Further, it added, @AndyRoddick & @AnisimovaAmanda share the new AI & Cloud powered features that enhance the fan experience on the US Open app and usopen.org.”

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One of the new features at the tournament will be IBM collecting data points regarding the players’ on-court performances. Subsequently, it will predict the winners based on those data points collected.

In the video shared on the official Twitter handle of the US Open American stars, Andy Roddick and Amanda Anisimova share the new features at this year’s US Open. Fans will look forward to catching a glimpse of these features as the US Open gets underway in a few hours.

Amanda Anisimova at the 2022 US Open

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The 20-year-old hasn’t been granted the easiest of draws at this year’s US Open. She will take on World Number 38, Yulia Putintseva of Kazakhstan in the opening round of the tournament.

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Anisimova, who is the 24th seed in the tournament, will face the winner of the match between Sofia Kenin and Jule Niemeier in the second round. Kenin is a former Australian Open champion and French Open finalist.

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Tennis – French Open – Roland Garros, Paris, France – Amanda Anisimova of the U.S. in action during her third round match against. Romania’s Simona Halep REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Can Anisimova dig deep at this year’s US Open? Let us know your views in the comments below.



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