The US Open Tennis Men’s Singles Semis & Finals are the most exciting days of men's tennis in the United States. The US Open is among the oldest tennis championships in the world and is one of the 4 majors on tennis's schedule. Players have to make it through 5 opening rounds to advance to the US Open Tennis Men’s Singles Semis & Finals, and the final 2 rounds of the US Open represents players competing at their absolute peak. In the Open Era (1968-), 3 players have won the US Open Men’s Singles Finals 5 times, Jimmy Connors, Pete Sampras, and Roger Federer. Federer set a record, winning 5 consecutive US Open Men’s Singles Finals from 2004-2008.
September 8, 2017: US Open Men's Semifinals - Session 22
September 10, 2017: US Open Men's Final - Session 24
*Schedule subject to change
2016 Stan Wawrinka vs. Novak Djokovic: No. 3 seed Stan Wawrinka surprised the tennis world when he won the 2016 US Open after a 4-set game that wore the No. 1 seed, Novak Djokovic. Coming into the Sunday match Wawrinka had played more on the court than Djokovic, 9 hours more. In the end, Wawrinka proved to have tougher mentally against Djokovic. At 31 years, old Wawrinka was the oldest US Open men’s final winner since 1970 and he earned his third Grand Slam title; the last being the 2015 French Open.
2014 Marin Cilic vs. Kei Nishikori: The 2014 US Open Tennis Men’s Singles Finals was an historic occasion. For the first time ever a player from Croatia and Japan made the tournament’s final. Marin Cilic advanced to his first ever grand slam final after pulling off an incredible 3 set sweep of the heavily favored Roger Federer in the semifinals. Kei Nishikori defeated world number 1 Novak Djokovic in 4 sets. The finals was the first time since 2003 that the final game did not feature one of Tennis’s “Big 3.” Cilic defeated Nichikori in straight sets to bring home his first ever US Open Men’s Singles title.
2013 Rafael Nadal vs. Novak Djokovic: There are few rivalries in the history of tennis to be as big as Nadal vs. Djokovic. Both players came into the 2013 US Open Men’s Singles Final ranked number 1 and 2 in the world and having combined to win 2 of the years 3 previous majors. Novak Djokovic advanced to the 2013 US Open Men’s Singles Final after being down 2 sets to 1 in the US Open semifinals. But it would be Nadal who shined in the final, winning a thrilling 4 set battle with his rival.
2012 Andy Murray vs. Novak Djokovic: After a heartbreaking loss in the 2012 Wimbledon Final, Andy Murray advanced to his 2nd straight major final at the 2012 US Open. His opponent was defending US Open Champion Novak Djokovic. Djokovic had won the Australian Open, the seasons 1st major and the other major to be played on a hardcourt. The match was one of the longest and most entertaining in the history of the US Open. It turned out to be a 5 set thriller, that included 2 tie-breaks and lasted 4 hours and 16 minutes. Murray would win the match and become the 1st British player to win the US Open in over 75 years.
Where are the Semi’s and Finals matches played?: There are over 30 tennis courts at the USTA National Tennis Center, but both Semi-final games and the men’s final will be played at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Arthur Ashe Stadium is the premier tennis venue in the United States and attending a match there has an unbelievable atmosphere.
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