U.S. Open Tennis

  • Looking backFive things we learned from the U.S. Open

    There was drama, tears of joy, angry outbursts, the emergence of new talent and some interesting scheduling during the 2011 U.S. Open.
  • STOSUR TRIUMPHS'One of the best days of my career'

    Samantha Stosur played her best tennis when it mattered most, stunning Serena Williams in straight sets Sunday to claim the U.S. Open title.
  • ENJOY ITMcManus on Serena's legacy

    It's not too early to start appreciating what Serena Williams has done for the sport of women's tennis, writes Jane McManus.

2011 U.S. Open in Pictures

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Stars on and off the court

See some of the best shots from the women's tournament at Flushing Meadows.

Long Road Back

Serena Williams' career timeline

Since 1999, Serena Williams has established herself as one of tennis' all-time greats, winning 13 career Grand Slam singles titles. And though she fell short in Sunday's U.S. Open final, her return to the top of the game, at age 29, after a nearly year-long layoff for a health crisis, may be her best achievement yet. Timeline

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First-time champs

It has been a good year for Grand Slam breakthroughs, as three of the four majors were claimed by first-time winners. What does this trend mean for women's tennis?

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U.S. Open women on Twitter

Journeys & Victories

Power Players

Stacey Allaster holds court in the WTA

On the eve of the U.S. Open, espnW caught up with WTA chairman and CEO Stacey Allaster as part of our ongoing Power Play series.

U.S. Open

Dates: August 29-September 12, 2011

TV: ESPN2, ESPN3.com

Competition schedule

Women's singles draw