U.S. Open Tennis Championships

The 2014 U.S. Open was certainly memorable with two men making their debut in the finals and Serena winning the women's championship in dominant fashion. History was made at the US Open as Marin Cilic was crowned champion over Kei Nishikori of Japan. For Serena Williams it was her fifth US Open title and third in a row. While it's true it's hard to wait until Sept. 2015 to see the action again, but it will be worth it if it resembles the quality of players from this year.

About the U.S. Open

The two-week event is held in the last week of August into September but die-hard tennis fans may want to come early to watch the three qualifying rounds which feature top ranked juniors as well as lower ranked pros vying for a spot in the 128 men's and women's draws. The U.S. Open also features men's and women's doubles, mixed-doubles, and senior and junior draws.

US Open Tennis


Flushing Meadows Corona Park Rd Flushing, NY 11368
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Court Surface: Hard Court
Total Prize Money: Over $25 million