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Context and Background
The U.S. Open, which started August 27th and runs through September 9th, is the last tennis major of the year. There was a week of qualifying (the qualifying started on 21 August) and now the real heavy lifting begins with the last week of the tournament now in progress.
- There were no men’s singles match on Day 11.
Martin Del Poltro will play Raphael Nadal on Day 12 for one spot in the Men’s Finals. Nishikori will play Djokovic for the other spot in the finals on the same day (7 September 2018).
- Naomi Osaka defeats Madison Keys, 6-1, 6-4
- Serena Williams defeats Anastasijia Sevastova, 6-3, 6-0
Osaka will meet Serena Williams in the Women’s Final. Osaka is 20 years old and is looking forward to playing Serena–her idol since Osaka was very young.
A series of links to stories and information about the tournament are listed below. Also, today, we are adding a group of equipment links–just in case you get inspired and go out to play tennis, there are links and information on what to buy and where to buy it.
Direct Link to U.S.Open Website
New York Times Coverage
Direct Link to Men’s Draw
Direct Link to Women’s Draw
Direct Link to U.S. Open Draw ( all classes)
U.S.Open Schedule of Play
Players in the 2018 U.S. Open
How to Watch: International
How to Watch: USA
Favorites for 2018
The Kyrgios Drama
2018 Wimbledon Final Results
2018 French Open Results and Stories
2018 Australian Open Results
U.S. Open Draw/Results
Federer Vs. Krygios
A Day in the Life of Court 15
Marin Cilic Profile
Osaka and Serena
USTA Membership Info
Head Tennis Racquets
Tennis Express (Online ordering)
Tennis Warehouse (Online ordering)
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