Join us for a preview of the men's final between Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin Del Potro, who compete against each other in the final of a Grand Slam for the first time. And in sync with the US Open crowning a new women's champion, 20-year-old Naomi Osaka, we take another step back in time during our 50th anniversary celebration by visiting with Chris Evert.
The women's final is here! Serena or surprising and delightful Naomi Osaka? Our team breaks down the matchup. We sit down with Gold Badge umpire Jake Garner. Finally, our 50th anniversary celebration features the last American man to win the singles title, Andy Roddick.
Get ready for the men's semifinals with our preview! Defending champion Rafael Nadal plays Juan Martin Del Potro , then Kei Nishikori takes on Novak Djokovic. We visit with the man behind our 50th Anniversary interviews, Steve Flink. Then Steve gets busy with highlights from his conversation with 1988 champion Mats Wilander.
We fill you in on quarterfinal action and talk to longtime tennis journalist Cindy Shmerler. And as the tennis world marvels at Australian John Millman's stunning win over Roger Federer, we visit with another Aussie who rocked the tennis world 50 years ago. Owen Davidson, who won the very first match of the Open Era, recounts those groundbreaking days.
The quarterfinals are here, join us for a preview of the matchups on Day 9\. We also talk with USTA Boys’ 18s National Champion Jenson Brooksby. AND check out our FUN interview with the great Michael Chang.
What's better than Madison Keys and Novak Djokovic by daylight? How about Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova under the lights? We preview the entire Labor Day schedule; talk to Eric Goulder, commissioned by the USTA to sculpt the statue honoring Althea Gibson; and visit with Tracy Austin during this 50th anniversary celebration of the US Open!
Let us entertain you! First with a preview of a schedule featuring Rafa and Serena back-to-back on Ashe during the day. Then with a behind the scenes conversation about all the entertainment options -- beyond the tennis -- that make the US Open a world class experience. Finally, we celebrate our 50th anniversary by visiting with three-time champion Ivan Lendl.
The highly anticipated third round match between Serena and Venus Williams leads our rundown. Only that could top both defending champions, Sloane Stephens and Rafael Nadal, highlighting the day session. And you won't want to miss our conversation with 1971 champion Stan Smith, who shares his experiences on and off the court with his friend and fellow tennis star Arthur Ashe.
We preview Day 4 highlighted by Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Angelique Kerber and Maria Sharapova. We chat with doubles champion-turned-author Horia Tecau. And as part of our 50th anniversary celebration, we visit with two-time champion Monica Seles.
Defending champions Sloane Stephens and Rafael Nadal start and finish the schedule inside Arthur Ashe Stadium. In between and elsewhere? Serena, Venus, Andy Murray and Juan Martin Del Potro to name a few. We preview the Day 3 schedule PLUS talk visit with the legendary Rod Laver about the dawn of Open tennis.
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in action. Need we say more? How about Caroline Wozniacki and Angelique Kerber? Join us for a Day 2 preview. We also speak with Jason Kubler…plus we celebrate 50 years of the US Open with Billie Jean King.
Our year-long celebration of 50 years of the US Open concludes with a competitor who was much larger than the game she played, Billie Jean King. She talks about the dawn of Open tennis, her trailblazing career and, of course, the US Open.
US Open qualifying play is underway! Spend time during this lead up to the 50th anniversary tournament with one of the most important and accomplished players in the history of the game, four-time US Open champion John McEnroe.
The US Open is almost upon us! Former world No. 1 and US Open champion Lindsay Davenport joins us to discuss how the US Open Series is wrapping up. We also catch up with 2016 Summer Olympic champion Monica Puig.
Our celebration of 50 years of the US Open brings us back to the 1990s and to one of the top male players in the history of tennis, Pete Sampras. He won five US Open championships, a distinction he shares in the Open Era with Roger Federer and Jimmy Connors.
British No. 1 Kyle Edmund joins us in the midst of what has been a career-best year. Also, New York Times contributor Ben Rothenberg helps break down what happened in Canada and what to look forward to in Cincinnati.
The US Open Series heads to Montreal and Toronto, so we preview the week to come with veteran Canadian journalist Tom Tebbutt. Plus, interviews with up-and-coming star Denis Shapovalov and fan favorite Andrea Petkovic.