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It was an historic ending to the 2013 US Open where Rafael Nadal won his 13th major singles title, placing him in third place alone behind Roger Federer (17) and Pete Sampras (14) in men’s singles titles won at Grand Slam tournaments. Harry Cicma and WorldTennisMagazine.com’s Randy Walker discuss Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer in this segment of World Tennis Television that airs on New England Sports Network (NESN). See the clip here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOTiIPQYYAo

“World Tennis with Harry Cicma” aired in millions of homes this summer  twice a week on NESN-TV for 18 consecutive weeks and also on Comcast SportsNet Chicago, the flagship sports Midwest Network, and the TV home for the Chicago Bulls, White Sox, Cubs and Blackhawks. Grand Slam Tennis Tours and Albrecht Automotive are the title sponsors for the 18 shows, AlbrechtAuto for 12 shows and Grand Slam Tennis Tours for the remaining six. Other sponsors include Babolat, Ashaway Tennis Strings, Boomer Tennisrobot.com, CruiseControlGear.com and “The Bud Collins History of Tennis.”

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Cicma is an on-air correspondent for NBC Sports and has served as a commentator for other networks including Fox Sports Net and Tennis Channel and the US Open tennis championship’s world feed. He is the TV voice of World Team Tennis. A former world-ranked doubles player, he is a graduate of Rutgers University.

World Tennis Television - Harry Cicma with Randy Walker

World Tennis Television – Harry Cicma with Randy Walker



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Randy Walker is a communications and marketing specialist, writer, tennis historian and the managing partner of New Chapter Media – www.NewChapterMedia.com. He was a 12-year veteran of the U.S. Tennis Association’s marketing and communications division where he worked as the press officer for 22 U.S. Davis Cup ties, three Olympic tennis teams and was an integral part of USTA media services team for 14 US Opens. He is the author of the books ON THIS DAY IN TENNIS HISTORY and THE DAYS OF ROGER FEDERER

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