Gigi Hadid Proves She’s a Perfect Fan at the 2019 U.S. Open


As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words—just look at this one of Gigi Hadidat the 2019 U.S. Open 

The supermodel was snapped in the stands at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City, visibly very enthusiastic as she watched her famous friend Serena Williams compete against Katy McNally. The tennis legend ended up winning the headline-making match on Wednesday inside Arthur Ashe Stadium—perhaps spurring this very candid reaction from the catwalk pro. After all, things had been tense. “Only my queen @serenawilliams can have me this wired at midnight,” Hadid wrote on Instagram about the nail-biting game. 

With the annual tournament officially underway again, the stars have flocked to Queens in New York to see the exciting games unfold. 

From Williams’ husband, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, to famous pair Hilaria Baldwin and Alec Baldwin, an array of famous faces have been spotted at the stadiums. 

With more than a week left to go in the championships, we bet we’ll be seeing plenty more celebrities rooting the athletes on from the stands in the days to come. 

See all of the star sightings so far in E!’s gallery below!

Ben Platt, 2019 US Open

Garrett Ellwood/USTA

Gigi Hadid, 2019 US Open

Gotham/GC Images

Alexis Ohanian, 2019 US Open

Mike Lawrence/USTA

Danielle Brooks, 2019 US Open

Mike Lawrence/USTA

Hilaria Baldwin, Alec Baldwin, 2019 US Open

Mike Lawrence/USTA

Spike Lee, 2019 US Open

Mike Lawrence/USTA

Natalia Dyer, 2019 US Open

John Lamparski/Getty Image

Mike Tyson, Lakiha Spicer, 2019 US Open

Mike Lawrence/USTA

Robin Roberts, 2019 US Open

John Molner, Katie Couric, 2019 US Open

Mike Lawrence/USTA

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