Skip Navigation
Presented by
Presented by

Today at the Open: Sept. 10

September 3, 2017 - Fans wait to get inside Arthur Ashe Stadium for the night session at the 2017 US Open. (USTA/Mike Lawrence)
Photo by:  (USTA/Mike Lawrence)


11:00 a.m.

INsider Tip: Have your tickets ready - either in hand OR on your phone. To save time, please add your mobile tickets to your phone's wallet.


Rafael Nadal vs. Kevin Anderson

The US Open officially draws the curtain on the 2017 Grand Slam season Sunday afternoon with the men’s singles final pitting top seed, two-time US Open winner and 15-time Grand Slam Rafael Nadal against No. 28 seed Kevin Anderson, appearing in his first major final.

The two 31-year-olds have enjoyed relatively smooth rides into the title match. Both have lost just three sets through six matches and neither has yet been stretched past four sets in any one encounter.


Be sure to come to the US Open early to see championship matches around the grounds. Sunday will feature the women’s doubles final followed by the men’s singles final in Arthur Ashe Stadium. Other finals include junior girls’ singles and doubles, junior boys’ singles, wheelchair men’s and women’s singles and quad singles. Matches begin at 12 p.m.


Welcome to Chase Day at the US Open. Chase is proud to be the presenting sponsor of the men’s singles championship. Enjoy today’s championship matches.


The CHASE Charge and Watch device will enable more fans onsite at the US Open to charge their phone and watch multiple live matches simultaneously while they explore the grounds – all without using any cellular data.


US Open Collection Store: Visit one of our US Open Collection Stores to pick up your US Open souvenirs, mementos, apparel and gifts to remember the 2017 US Open. Take a look at all of the 2017 gear at


The Chase Review: The 2017 US Open’s instant replay challenge system will be used on seven courts – the three main stadium courts, Court 17, Court 5, Court 10 and Court 13. Sponsored by Chase and called the Chase Review, it combines instant replay technology with the “3 plus 1” player challenge system being used at all professional tennis events where an electronic line calling system is in place.

How the Chase Review Works:

  • Each player/team is allowed a maximum of three incorrect challenges per set, after which they are not permitted to challenge again in that set.
  • If a set goes to a tiebreak, each player/team will receive one additional challenge.
  • Challenges may not be carried over from one set to another