US Open PointStream and Keys to
See scores, statistics and analysis of matches come to life with US Open PointStream. Aces, serve speed, winners and all other key stats are rendered in real time, giving viewers an immediate and accurate visual sense of a match in progress. In addition, data is aggregated into a momentum meter that shows which player has a current statistical edge. Key insights and trends will give fans an unparalleled level of engagement
For the first time, fans will be able to see the specific Keys to the Match based on IBM's predictive analytics technology. More than five years worth of Grand Slam Tennis data (approximately 39 million data points) are mined to determine patterns and styles for players when they win. This knowledge is applied against an opponent to determine the "keys" to the match for each player in a game.
Official US Open website
In conjunction with the USTA, IBM designs, develops, produces and hosts the state-of-the-art USOpen.org website. A new design this year offers an interactive, media-rich experience that enables fans to watch live video and follow the scores from every court as the action happens. Last year, this site had more than 12.4 million visitors.
Staying in touch–by smart phone
Working with IBM, USOpen.org will extend last year's popular iPhone application features to the Android platform. The App provides on-site smart phones with virtual tours of the US Open grounds. The feature uses GPS and camera functionality for scanning the grounds and looking through walls to check live scores and stats about specific courts, and shows locations of and distances to food options, restrooms, first aid facilities, wheelchair accessibility and more.
The app is loaded with features that present the best of the US Open wherever you are. Key features include:
Latest US Open news
Live online streaming Live online sdtreaming: Building on the 2010 success, USOpen.org is once again offering extensive live streaming in the coverage of the US Open. This year, the official website of the US Open will go even farther, airing all matches within all broadcast television windows on CBS Sports, ESPN2 and Tennis Channel. Fans will be able to stream up to six matches, and live streaming will integrate the Keys to the Match, live match stats updates, Match Chat using Facebook Connect and picture-in-picture capabilities.