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2017 US Open by the numbers

September 4, 2017 - A detail view of tennis balls at the 2017 US Open.

The 2017 US Open saw its fair share of twists and turns over the two weeks of the tournament and culminated with Rafael Nadal winning the men’s singles title and Sloane Stephens capturing the women’s. Here’s a look at what happened in Flushing Meadows, by the numbers:

46,741 - Points completed in the singles main draws.

36,360 - Practice balls given to players by the US Open practice desk over the course of the fortnight. That breaks down into 251 cases of Wilson Extra Duty Balls and 254 cases of Wilson Regular Duty.

5,016 - Racquets strung by the official tournament-stringing team inside Arthur Ashe Stadium.

957 - Breaks of serve in the men's singles draw.

949 - Breaks of serve in the women’s singles draw.

493 - Racquets that the official racquet-stringing team strung on Aug. 27, the day before the US Open main draw, which was the busiest day in the stringing room.

459 - Sets played in the men's singles main draw.

304 - Sets played in the women’s singles main draw.

254 - Main-draw singles matches played.

141 - The fastest serve, in mph, hit at the US Open by Romania’s Marius Copil in a first-round loss to No. 8 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

124 - Aces that finalist Kevin Anderson hit in the tournament to lead the US Open field.

121 - The fastest serve, in mph, in the women’s singles draw at the US Open, hit by No. 9 Venus Williams in her semifinal loss to Sloane Stephens.

79.5 - The tightest a racquet was strung during the US Open, in pounds. The stick belonged to Barbora Strycova.

63 - Racquets strung for CoCo Vandeweghe during the US Open, the most of any player.

62 - Racquets strung for Rafael Nadal, the men’s champion, over the course of the fortnight.

39 - The most shots in a rally at the US Open in any draw, and it happened twice: in the third set of Borna Coric’s upset victory over Alexander Zverev and in the first game of John Millman’s win against Nick Kyrgios.

38 - Double faults hit by Venus Williams to lead the tournament.

20 - Five-setters played in the men’s singles draw.

18 - The loosest a racquet was strung during the US Open, in pounds. The stick belonged to Daniel Nestor.

12 - Minutes it took for the stringing room to complete a job for David Ferrer during his first-round loss against Mikhail Kukushkin. It was the quickest stringing job done during the tournament.

4 - The most racquets sent to the stringing room during a single match this US Open, by Marin Cilic on Aug. 30 against Florian Mayer.

1 - Double bagel. Fabio Fognini and Simone Bolelli beat Steve Johnson and Tommy Paul in 35 minutes in the first round of the men’s doubles event.

- Break points that champion Rafael Nadal faced in his 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 victory over Kevin Anderson in the US Open final.