Here's What Led Rafa Nadal To His Second U.S. Open Title

The Rafa Nadal-Novak Djokovic men's final tonight was an endless highlight reel. We showed you that 54-shot rally earlier but let's show you another fantastic rally in what was an incredibly high quality tennis match. Djokovic grabbed the second set 6-3 and it looked like he had just enough headwind to take the third.… » 9/09/13 9:52pm 9/09/13 9:52pm

Here's That Insane 54-Shot Rally In The Djokovic-Nadal U.S. Open Final

Last year's final had a 54-shot rally too. This one's better. It energized the wildest U.S. Open men's final crowd Arthur Ashe has hosted in some time, and gave Djokovic his first break of the match. He'd take the second set 6-3, and he's currently up a break in the third in what's shaping up to be a truly fantastic… » 9/09/13 7:16pm 9/09/13 7:16pm

Dominant Serena Williams Unleashes A Spectacular Double "Come On!"

Let us celebrate Serena Williams's dominant 6-0, 6-3 win over Li Na in the women's semifinals with, not one, but two successive come ons. The double come on. These were two of approximately 78 come ons she unleashed in her win this evening. Williams plays Victoria Azarenka in the women's final on Sunday. » 9/06/13 6:48pm 9/06/13 6:48pm

The Bryan Brothers Quest For Golden Slam Ends In Semifinals

The Bryan Brothers, two wins away from winning the golden Grand Slam, lost today in the men's doubles semifinals to Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4. Bob and Mike Ryan were on the verge of becoming only the second men's doubles team to win all four Grand Slams in a single year. It happened last 62 years… » 9/05/13 2:32pm 9/05/13 2:32pm

Here's The Roof That'll Cover Arthur Ashe Stadium At U.S. Open

The USTA released renderings this afternoon of the new roof that will be built for Arthur Ashe Stadium. The USTA said it's "likely" it'll be ready by 2017. There will also be a grand renovation of the entire U.S. Open tennis campus in Queens. It'll cost $550 million. That'll include a new Louis Armstrong Stadium and a… » 8/15/13 12:45pm 8/15/13 12:45pm

The U.S. Open Is Finally Getting A Retractable Roof

In a few years, the U.S. Open will no longer be the most fogeyish Grand Slam. The USTA announced this morning that it will build a long-sought retractable roof over Arthur Ashe Stadium. How exactly they plan to do that—Ashe was built over a landfill and previous studies seemed to indicate a roof was structurally… » 8/14/13 10:42am 8/14/13 10:42am