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US OPEN SEMI-FINALISTS

Pablo Carreno Busta Alexander Zverev Jennifer Brady Naomi Osaka
Serena Williams Victoria Azarenka Daniil Medvedev Dominic Thiem

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Novak Djokovic Dominic Thiem Stefanos Tsitsipas Alexander Zverev Daniil Medvedev Matteo Berrettini
Roberto Bautista Agut Andy Murray Denis Shapovalov Taylor Fritz David Goffin Diego Schwartzman
Serena Williams Karolina Pliskova Venus Williams Naomi Osaka Sofia Kenin Garbine Muguruza
Aryna Sabalenka Petra Kvitova Johanna Konta Madison Keys Viktoria Azarenka Sloane Stephens






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Thu. 9/10 12AM - 6AM US Open Encore Coverage Tennis Channel
12PM - 7PM Wheelchair ESPN App
3PM - 5PM Men's Doubles Final ESPN2
7PM - 11PM Women's Singles Semifinals ESPN
11PM - 12AM US Open Encore Coverage Tennis Channel
Fri. 9/11 12AM - 6AM US Open Encore Coverage Tennis Channel
12PM - 7PM Wheelchair ESPN App
12PM - 2PM Women's Doubles Final ESPN2
4PM - 11PM Men's Singles Semifinals ESPN / ESPN2
11PM - 12AM US Open Encore Coverage Tennis Channel
Sat. 9/12 12AM - 6AM US Open Encore Coverage Tennis Channel
12PM - 7PM Wheelchair ESPN App
4PM - 7PM Women's Singles Final ESPN
7PM - 12AM US Open Encore Coverage Tennis Channel
Sun. 9/13 12AM - 6AM US Open Encore Coverage Tennis Channel
12PM - 5PM Wheelchair ESPN App
3PM - 3:30PM Men's Final Preview Show ESPN2
3:30PM - 4PM Men's Final Preview Show ESPN
4PM - 7PM Men's Singles Final ESPN
7PM - 12AM US Open Encore Coverage Tennis Channel



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Most Iconic Looks in US Open History

New York is a city synonymous with style. Its vibrant street style scene is hailed as one of the world's best and New York fashion week attracts the world's greatest designers, models and fashionistas. It's little wonder, then, that so many tennis players bring their fashion "A" game to the US Open. Do they always ace their looks? No. Do we still find it endlessly entertaining? Yes. Here are the most iconic looks in the US Open's 54-year history. READ MORE

Top 10 Facts about the US Open

Tennis fans, rejoice! The fourth and final grand slam of 2020, the US Open, is just around the corner. From August 26-Sept 8, New York will buzz with tennis energy. Aside from being the easiest slam for Americans to watch and attend, the tournament attracts a gigantic audience thanks to its festival-style atmosphere, notoriously vocal spectators and, of course, the nail-biting battles between the sport's very best players. READ MORE




WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT US OPEN

Nearly 700,000 fans will make the journey to the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center for the Open. Tickets start around $70 for a ground pass and increase into the thousands for stadium seating, and of course the finals.

Arthur Ashe stadium, named after the winner of the 1968 inaugural US Open, is the largest tennis-specific stadium in the world, with seating for 23,771 people. That's more than 8,000 seats bigger than any other stadium in the sport. It debuted in 1997 and cost $254 million to construct.

Men and women receive equal prize money, a tradition started in 1973 thanks to Billie Jean King threatening to boycott. This made tennis the first sport to award equal prize money to men and women.

The total payout for this year's tournament is $42.68 million, the highest of any grand slam. First place takes home $3.85 million. A first-round singles loss pays $58,000 and a second-round loss pays S100,000.

Since 1978 matches have been played on a hard-court surface covered with Deco turf, a slightly cushioned surface. The courts were made blue in 2007 to increase the contrast between the court and the ball, benefitting players and spectators alike.

In 1970, the US Open became the first Grand Slam to use a tiebreak, and until last year it remained the only one of the four slams to play a deciding-set tiebreak. Wimbledon and the Australian Open this year followed suit.

At the US Open in 2001, Venus and Serena Williams became the first sisters to meet in a grand slam final. 22.7 million American television viewers tuned in to witness the sibling rivalry. Venus would win in straight sets.

In 2006, the US Open became the first Grand Slam to allow players to challenge line calls via the Hawk-Eye system.

Jimmy Connors, Pete Sampras and Roger Federer are tied for the most US Open men's singles titles in the Open Era with five each. Tying for the most women's singles titles are Chrissie Evert and Serena Williams each with six.

The official cocktail of the US Open is the Honey Deuce, a refreshing mix of Grey Goose Vodka, lemonade, Chambord and crushed ice topped with a frozen honeydew melon ball garnish.


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