With temperatures expected to be in the high 80s and low 90s throughout the US Open, tennis fans are going to need to rehydrate as they watch the top names in tennis like Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Roger Federer, and Caroline Wozniacki compete, and do so often.
This year, Juice Press has teamed up with the USTA for a multi-year deal as the “Official Cold Pressed Juice” of the US Open, which is the world’s highest attended annual sporting event. “It’s hard to believe that in just five years Juice Press has gone from being open to the US Open,” said Juice Press Founder and CEO Marcus Antebi. “We are thrilled that the USTA is expanding its commitment to providing a wider variety of healthy choices to the players and fans.”
Juice Press, which has 25 stores in the New York Metropolitan area, as well as locations in Southampton and Bridgehampton, will offer up six of their USDA certified organic bottled juices and smoothies, including Doctor Green, Love Me, Watermelon, Coco-V, Fountain of Youth, and Clean Green Protein. The selection will also be available in the Open Player Dining area and on Arthur Ashe Stadium court, for players like Rafael Nadal, Venus Williams, Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan, Simona Halep, and John Isner to refuel with.
The 2015 US Open will take place from Monday, August 31st through Sunday, September 13th, at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Queens.