US Open

Diede De Groot Is On Top Of Her Game, Just Look At The Results

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, September 13, 2023 (by Michael Dickens) When Diede de Groot won her sixth consecutive US Open women’s wheelchair title Sunday afternoon, it was also her 13th straight major crown – tying Hall of Famer Esther Vergeer‘s record for […]

Novak Djokovic Is Still Fantastic, Keeps Winning The Big Ones

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, September 12, 2023 (by Michael Dickens) Everyone loves a good comeback story – even Novak Djokovic. Ask him and he’ll tell you comeback stories motivate him. On Sunday, Djokovic completed his latest comeback story at the US Open. […]

US Open Reaches New Heights In 2023

NEW YORK, September 11, 2023 (US Open Press Release) As the US Open celebrated the 50th Anniversary of Equal Prize Money this year, the 2023 event turned into a three-week-long celebration of unprecedented success, as the US Open set a […]

US Open Sets Three-Week, Grand Slam Attendance Record in 2023

USTA Press Release, September 11, 2023 The US Open set new standards for attendance in 2023, breaking its two- and three-week attendance records and becoming the first Grand Slam to welcome more than 950,000 spectators over a three-week period. The […]

The Summer Of Coco Gauff Culminates In Her First US Open Title

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, September 10, 2023 (by Michael Dickens) Win or lose, it’s been very clear from Day One that Coco Gauff has been anointed the teenage queen of Queens of this year’s US Open. The 19-year-old American from Florida has been […]

Djokovic Hangs Up The Phone On Shelton, Reaches His 10th US Open Final

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, September 9, 2023 (by Michael Dickens) By his own admission, Novak Djokovic‘s US Open semifinal victory over 20-year-old American Ben Shelton Friday in his 100th career singles match at Flushing Meadows is the kind of match and occasion […]

Summer Of Coco Gauff Continues At The US Open

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, September 6, 2023 (by Michael Dickens) Coco Gauff gave her fans a nearly flawless performance at the US Open Tuesday afternoon. It lasted a very brief and economical 68 minutes under a blistering, summer New York sun that […]