Nothing beats being here on Labor Day Night

Tommy Robredo recorded a stunning upset over Roger Federer during the Night Session on Labor Day during last year's US Open.

Labor Day weekend at the US Open is always filled with classic matches and dramatic moments on court, but the Monday Night Session on Labor Day, in many ways, saves the weekend’s best for last.

Either Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal has played a match during the Night Session on Labor Day Monday for the past six years, joined in 2011 by top seed Caroline Wozniacki, in 2012 by the doubles pairing of Serena and Venus Williams in last year by the top-seeded doubles pairing of Bob and Mike Bryan as they attempted to complete a calendar Grand Slam.

But the Night Session on Labor Day isn't limited to matches on Arthur Ashe Stadium. Last year, Tommy Robredo of Spain recorded one of the most shocking upsets in US Open history by defeating four-time champion Roger Federer in Louis Armstrong Stadium, and perhaps the best match of the tournament was played on Court 17 between Richard Gasquet and Milos Raonic.

There is nothing like night tennis at the US Open. So if you’re looking to catch a marquee player at a Night Session in Arthur Ashe Stadium, snagging a ticket for Monday, Sept. 1, will get you just that.

You don’t want to miss it. Nothing beats being here.

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