Serena Williams won her fifth US Open singles title last year.
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The US Open’s final Sunday is a day for champions, with nearly half the tournament’s winners crowned in a single afternoon.
As part of the extended four-day Finals Weekend that kicked off last year, the women’s singles final serves as the afternoon’s headlining act. Played before an international TV audience and a star-studded crowd, the winner here claims the final Grand Slam title of the year. Oftentimes the champion makes history, as Serena Williams did last year by roaring back to defeat Victoria Azarenka to win her fifth women’s singles title. Even when the matches are more one-sided, as with Kim Clijsters’ three women’s singles crowns, being in the stands for a part of tennis history is a truly unique experience not to miss.
But the women’s singles final is hardly the lone event on this busy Sunday. The opener in Arthur Ashe is the always-entertaining men’s doubles final, while plenty of great matches can be found around the grounds as well. The top players of tomorrow will be competing for their own piece of Grand Slam immortality in the boys’ and girls’ singles finals. And the US Open Wheelchair Competition wraps up as well with the singles finals in the men’s, women’s and quad divisions.
One day, seven champions – the final Sunday at the 2014 US Open is one for the record books.
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