Year by Year
From Arthur Ashe's historic win at the first US Open in 1968 to one of the greatest days in tennis history – "Super Saturday" – in 1984 to Roger Federer's record fifth straight championship in 2008, here is a year-by-year look at the sensational moments at the US Open over the last 50 years.
In 2017, the US Open became the first tennis tournament in history with total prize-money compensation topping $50 million. Stay tuned later this summer for a full breakdown of prize money for the 2018 US Open.
Court of Champions
The US Open Court of Champions celebrates the legacy of the greatest singles champions in the history of the US Open and U.S. Championships. These inductees represent the tournament's all-time greatest players, whose electrifying performances have contributed to making the US Open one of the world's top sporting events.
Check out the records set by the game's great players from the time the U.S. Championships debuted in 1881, including singles and doubles records, youngest and oldest champions, serving records and much more.