Dutiful hubby Aaron Judge accompanies wife to US Open, shares spotlight with Tina Fey

Yankees slugger Aaron Judge and wife Samantha Bracksieck at US Open on September 4, 2023.

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On the eighth day of the U.S. Open, MLB superstar Aaron Judge had the chance to step onto Arthur Ashe Stadium. He accompanied his wife Samantha Bracksieck and was seen cheering from a special seating area that also had former Saturday Night Live (SNL) cast member Tina Fey.

The Yankees’ standout player was initially spotted near the ivy-covered wall, where he was taking pictures. He was wearing a white T-shirt designed by Rhode, a brand that blends luxury and streetwear created by Rhuigi Villaseñor back in 2015.

Afterward, he was spotted sitting beside his wife, as they both enjoyed watching the fourth-round match between the 2nd-ranked Aryna Sabalenka and the 13th-ranked Daria Kasatkina. Later in the evening, they also watched the center court match between the 12th-ranked Alexander Zverev and the 6th-ranked Jannik Sinner on Monday night.

Aaron Judge rocks

A video showed Aaron Judge and his fellow Yankees teammate, Keynan Middleton, playfully copying the classic tennis celebration where they threw a triumphant fist up in the air toward the crowd.

Aaron Judge, who is currently 31 years old, has joined the ranks of esteemed New York athletes who have attended the Grand Slam tournament. Other well-known figures from the sports world who have been seen at the event include Aaron Rodgers, Pete Alonso, Jimmy Butler, and many others.

The New York Yankees have made a strong return following a weekend where they won all their games and swept the Astros in Houston. The team has been experiencing the positive results of having Aaron Judge back in action, as he seems to be in his usual form after a two-month absence due to a toe injury.

The current American League Most Valuable Player (AL MVP) hit an outstanding 438-foot home run during Saturday’s victory against the Astros. This marked his ninth home run in the last 15 games.

Aaron Judge also demonstrated his speed by running from first to third base when Jasson Dominguez hit a hard ground ball to right field. Then, he sprinted home and scored a run when there was a deep outfield hit.

Yankees manager Aaron Boone remarked that Aaron Judge’s injury recovery had gone as well as they could have hoped. Boone shared that he has really been pleased with how much Aaron Judge has been able to play, how well he has been able to play, and what he perceives as ongoing improvements in his movement abilities.

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