US Open

Andy Taylor is best known as “The Voice of the U.S. Open.” Originally, his was simply the voice heard introducing players and narrating ceremonies inside Arthur Ashe Stadium during tennis’ final Grand Slam of the year. Over the years, the role has grown tremendously – both within and beyond the tournament itself… Prior to the […]

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Olympic Games

Two years after starting his new career at the U.S. Open in New York, Andy Taylor was invited to be one of two English speaking announcers at the 2004 Summer Games in Athens, Greece. There, he worked with Craig Willis of the Australian Open, alongside several other Greek and French announcers involved in the tennis […]

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Arab Games

In 2011, Andy Taylor was hired by the French company Auditoire to work as the English speaking tennis announcer at the Arab Games in Doha, Qatar. It was a truly unique opportunity to see teams and players from Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt and Oman to Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco; not to mention, a once in a […]

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Indian Wells

At the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California – Andy Taylor’s role is similar to the work he does in Flushing, with a lot more emphasis on emcee. At the Open, the focus is mainly VOG. Andy is typically locked in a booth high above Arthur Ashe Stadium announcing the players, hard-selling their bios, […]

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Davis Cup

Davis Cup began in 1900, and has become the world’s largest annual international team competition in sport, with 130 nations entering in 2013. The concept started with four members of the Harvard University tennis team interested in setting up a match between the U.S. and Great Britain. Harvard’s Dwight Davis designed the format and even […]

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Fed Cup

…women’s tennis demands a truly international stage for players to represent their country, which is what the Fed Cup continues to provide.Tennis is a sport that is inherently individualistic, but Fed Cup, like Davis Cup, offers players the chance to play for their country within a tightly knit team. It’s a challenge that most players […]

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