Naomi Osaka Beats Serena Williams To Win US Open TitleNaomi Osaka won the U.S. Open to become the first Grand Slam champion from Japan, beating Serena Williams 6-2, 6-4
Djokovic Tops Federer's Conqueror For 11th US Open SF In RowNovak Djokovic managed to do what Roger Federer could not two nights earlier: beat 55th-ranked John Millman at the U.S. Open.
Federer Stunned By 55th-Ranked Millman In US Open 4th RoundRoger Federer served poorly. He volleyed poorly. Closed out sets poorly, too. And now he's gone, beaten at the U.S. Open by an opponent ranked outside the top 50.
Waiting For 1st Baby, Dallas Resident Isner Makes U.S. Open QFJohn Isner had just clinched his first U.S. Open quarterfinal berth since 2011 when his thoughts flashed back home to Dallas.
Serena, Venus Set Up Williams vs. Williams Match At US OpenGet ready for the latest Grand Slam installment of Williams vs. Williams. One big difference this time: The superstar siblings will be meeting in the third round at the U.S. Open.
1, Done: Halep 1st No. 1 To Lose 1st Open Match; Serena WinsSimona Halep made a quick-as-can-be exit Monday, overwhelmed by the power-based game of Kaia Kanepi to become the first No. 1-seeded woman to lose her opening match at the U.S. Open.
Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal On Schedule As U.S. Open BeginsA long list of returns highlights Day 1 at the U.S. Open as the year's last Grand Slam tennis tournament gets started.
Wawrinka, Azarenka, Kuznetsova Get U.S. Open Wild CardsStan Wawrinka never got to defend his 2016 U.S. Open title, forced to miss last year's tournament because of a knee injury that dropped him far down the rankings.
Mickelson Apologizes For Intentionally Violating Golf RulesPhil Mickelson has apologized four days after intentionally violating golf rules by hitting a moving ball on the green at the U.S. Open.
This Week In Golf: Koepka Defends U.S. Open Title At Shinnecock HillsBrooks Koepka won his second straight U.S. Open, edging out Tommy Fleetwood on a Shinnecock Hills course that tamed a strong field.
Brooks Koepka Repeats As US Open ChampBrooks Koepka has won a second consecutive U.S. Open, the first player to do so since Curtis Strange in 1989.
2018 U.S. Open Leaderboard & UpdatesFollow Round 2 from the U.S. Open. Can players overcome a rough first day at Shinnecock Hills that saw only four players stay under par?