How often do you get this close to Andy Roddick? For the 584 lucky fans who did, he put on one heck of a show.
Rafael Nadal reached his first U.S. Open final by defeating Mikhail Youzhny 6-2, 6-3, 6-4.
The Pilot Pen lost a big draw Wednesday when American favorite James Blake, now ranked No. 111, lost to Alexandr Dolgopolov in an hour and three minutes, 6-4, 6-2.
Novak Djokovic played for three straight days as weather made a mockery of the schedule. Meanwhile, Andy Murray had been resting since Saturday afternoon.
A healthy Serena Williams took the U.S. Open by storm as she chases history and Grand Slam titles. And retirement isn't in her game plan.
Rain may have changed the date for the women's final, but no one could change the eventual outcome as Serena Williams steamrolled to her fourth U.S. Open title.
No. 1 Victoria Azarenka was extended to three sets in her previous two matches, including Friday's semifinal. Serena Williams, her final opponent, has lost just 19 games the entire tournament.
Victoria Azarenka outgrunted Maria Sharapova to win in three loud sets, while Serena Williams lost just three games in her semifinal against No 10-seeded Sara Errani.
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In an epic five-set match, David Ferrer emerged from under the daunting shadow of fellow Spaniard Rafael Nadal by outlasting Janko Tipsarevic in a classic battle to reach the U.S. Open semifinals.
No. 10 seed Sara Errani is hoping her new racket, "Excalibur," will help her magically overcome Serena Williams in the U.S. Open semifinal.
The Queens skies opened up for Maria Sharapova, who was down 0-4 in the first set but rallied back after a 25-hour break to beat Marion Bartoli and reach her first U.S. Open semis since 2006.
After announcing his retirement, Andy Roddick began to loosen up with the press now that he's potentially headed for the flip side.
Victoria Azarenka was pushed to three sets. The crowd was pulling for defending champ Sam Stosur. But the top seed proved playing under pressure is one of the things she does best.
It was apparent early in the match that this won't be the year Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska endears herself to the American audience. Instead, there will be an all-Italian quarterfinal.
Ana Ivanovic hadn't made it past the fourth round in a Grand Slam since winning the French Open and becoming No. 1 in 2008. She'll face Serena Williams, whom she never has beaten, in the quarterfinals.