Don Wessel Honda. HR-V

AUTHOR: Gary Ellison AUDIO & VIDEO PRODUCTION: Kelly Robertson / OnMedia VOICE OVER: Andy Taylor DON WESSEL HONDA¬†– The Home of Legendary Service Don Wessel arrived in Springfield in 1966 to take over an Oldsmobile store. He acquired the Honda franchise in 1973. Over the following decades, he built a well-known reputation for fair and […]

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Day 5. Round 3. Petra Kvitova

Announcer. Andy Taylor. The Voice of the US Open Petra Kvitova def Caroline Garcia 60 64 She is the most inspiring athlete on court at this year’s US Open. Savagely attacked by a knife wielding intruder during the off-season, Petra Kvitova shredded tendons on her racquet-hand defending herself. After career-saving surgery and months of rehabilitation, […]

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Day 4. Round 2. Rafael Nadal

Host. Andy Taylor. The Voice of the US Open Rafael Nadal def Taro Daniel 46 63 62 62 Like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal has some work to do if he’s going to capture his 16th Major here in New York. Earlier today against Youzhny, Roger was not the Federer we saw capture his 18th and […]

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Day 4. Round 2. Coco Vandeweghe

Tennis Emcee. Andy Taylor. The Voice of the US Open Coco Vandeweghe def Ons Jabeur 76(6) 62 Last year, Coco Vandeweghe fell in three to Naomi Osaki in the first round. Aside from winning the Junior US Open Title in 2008, she’s never played well in Flushing. On Thursday night, after 10-years, she is finally […]

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Day 4. Round 2. Roger Federer

Sports Emcee. Andy Taylor. The Voice of the US Open Roger Federer def Mikhail Youzhny 61 67(3) 46 64 62 If we have learned anything at the 2017 US Open, it’s to expect the unexpected. Coming into Flushing, no one expected to see a grueling, 2nd-Round 5-setter between 35-year-old Mikhail Youzhny and 36-year-old Roger Federer. […]

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Day 4. Round 2. Karolina Pliskova

Emcee. Andy Taylor. The Voice of the US Open Karolina Pliskova def Nicole Gibbs 26 63 64 Casual obaservation: Karolina Pliskova looks exhausted. It was a slow start for the World #1 against former Stanford All-American Nicole Gibbs on Thursday. Pliskova opened with a hold, then lost five consecutive games before getting back on the […]

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