Tennis demands speed, strength, endurance, a sharp eye, and sharp thinking. All of these skills demand proper hydration. The enhanced hydration provided by Hydrus has been fuelling several professional tennis players this season, with impressive results.
At Wimbledon, Sam Querrey faced the #1 player in the world, Novak Djokovic, in the third round. Djokovic was also the defending Wimbledon champion, and few observers gave Querrey much of a chance. In fact, he was a 30-1 underdog. Undaunted and powered by Hydrus, Sam defeated Djokovic in four sets. This was the first time since 2009 that Djokovic hadn’t reached the quarterfinals in a Grand Slam; with this defeat, Querrey also snapped Djokovic’s streak of 30 consecutive Grand Slam match wins. But Sam’s success continued, defeating Nicolas Mahut to become the first American to reach the Wimbledon quarter finals since 2011. Querrey’s 2016 season with Hydrus included his best performance at a Grand Slam, as well as his first win over a #1 ranked player.
Stevie Johnson is the world #22, and is the second ranked American in men’s singles. Fueled by Hydrus, Johnson reached the third round of the Australian open, and won his first ATP Tour title at the Aegon Open in Nottingham. Stevie was one of the final 16 players at Wimbledon, and reached the quarter-finals at the Western and Southern Open. But when it comes to impressive 2016 achievements, Johnson and partner Jack Sock won the Bronze Medal in men’s doubles at the Rio Olympics.
Hydrus is on the ground in New York at the US Open, supporting up-and-coming professional tennis players like Jared Hiltzik, who was a three-time All American at the University of Illinois. “Tennis players are always looking for that extra edge, and I truly believe in Hydrus. I have to thank Hydrus for keeping me hydrated 24/7 – by far the best hydration beverage I have ever used.”
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