What is RSS?
Simply put: RSS stands for "Real Simple Syndication." It allows a web site to list the newest published stories through a technology called XML, allowing a site to deliver headlines directly to you.
Why do I want a US Open RSS Feed?
RSS allows you to control the content you receive without searching the homepage to find new content as soon an article is published. The RSS feed is updated, sending the latest headlines straight from the Official Site of the 2014 US Open to your favorite news reader.
See a story you like? Click on the link in your news reader and it will take you directly to the story. No more searching around!
The USOpen.org feed will provide a constant flow of the top stories from the action-packed days of the 2014 US Open.
What do I need to do to use the US Open RSS Feed?
First you need a news reader. Below is a list of some of the most popular news readers on the Internet.
Click on the links to practically feel the energy, the fuzz on the tennis ball, and the sweat off the players as you experience the highlight moments at the US Open through your desktop.