22-YEARS IN ARTHUR ASHE STADIUM
Known as the Voice of the US Open, 2023 marks Taylor’s 22nd year shaping the sound of the sport’s final Grand Slam of the season.
With his individual style and delivery, Andy writes and narrates each player’s introduction, highlighting their career accomplishments, providing context for fans before each match. As a voice talent, he also narrates video content and special announcements broadcast across the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. For over twenty years, his distinctive sound and energy has helped drive and enhance the fan experience — Informing. Entertaining. Celebrating the sport and its colorful cast of characters.
In addition to his long-standing role in New York, Taylor also emcees other global events including the Olympic Games, Qatar ExxonMobil Open, Qatar Total Open, PSA Men’s World Championship, Qatar Classic Squash Championship and the World Padel Championship.
CELEBRATING BILLIE, WITH DEEP GRATITUDE TO ARTHUR ASHE STADIUM
Thanks to Billie Jean King’s outspoken courage, 50-years-ago the US Open became the first Grand Slam tournament to offer equal prize money to men and women. At the 2023 US Open, we celebrate Billie Jean’s indelible legacy – AND shatter additional glass ceilings.
In 2023, for the first time, a female voice will be featured in Arthur Ashe Stadium. Fittingly, it is the voice of someone who has worked tirelessly to creatively tell the stories of these athletes, focused on revealing the unique dynamics of each individual character: Blair Henley.
I couldn’t be more excited that SHE is the one who will achieve this milestone.
To learn more, read When You See the Writing on the Wall.
Click images below for complete recaps of all 50 matches played in Arthur Ashe Stadium during the 2023 US Open