US Open (Men's)

  • August 28 - September 10, 2017

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There’s nothing quite like the U.S. Open. The other Grand Slams have their own unique charms and attractions, but there’s something about the late-summer vibe in New York City that makes the Open so distinctive. The media capital of the world, boisterous crowds and players vying to end their summers on a high note combine to create an electric atmosphere. Perhaps it’s the proximity to Broadway, but a memorable performance can come from anywhere—an upstart on a packed side court, or a headliner in one of the stadiums. 


News & Commentary

US Open to use 25-second shot clocks, seven-minute warmup in main draw

Both serve clocks and strict timing for the warmup were tested during qualifying in 2017.

Fabio Fognini's suspended two-Slam ban and fine: what it is—and isn't

The Italians' potential punishment offers plenty of carrot, but not enough stick.

Grand Slam board punishes Fabio Fognini for insulting ump at US Open

The Italian has been handed a suspended ban of two Grand Slam tournaments.