Nick Kyrgios complains of marijuana smell during US Open second round win
by Alex Belth
Monday, September 24th, 2017
Pete Sampras made history before his first match at the US Open in winning the men’s singles title three times. He went on to win the US Open a record 10 times.
With a win over Pete Sampras, Andy Murray went on to win the men’s singles title 3 times in a row. He went on to win the US Open a record 9 times in a row.
With a win over Roger Federer, Roger Federer won the men’s singles title 5 times in a row. He went on to win the US Open a record 11 times in a row.
After winning the French Open in 2009, the US Open came into his schedule as a distant second behind the French Open. He went on to win the Australian Open and Wimbledon after which he went on to win the US Open.
The win over Roger Federer at the US Open was his third Australian Open title making him the only man to have won the Grand Slam’s men’s singles championship three times. It was the 5th US Open title of his career and made him the only man to have reached the finals of five Grand Slam tournaments.
The men’s doubles final ended in a 3-hour 26 minute tie-break, with Robin Haase and Stanislas Wawrinka both winning their first title after a tense duel.
For his first US Open final, Andy Murray won his first singles title at the US Open. He went on to win a record eleven US Opens in a row.
Stan Wawrinka has won the US Open a record 17 times in a row.
Stan Wawrinka was the last man to win the US Open in five straight seasons. With his win over Stan Wawrinka, he has now won 12 of the last 13 title matches and set a record with 3 US Open victories in a row.
The US Open’s men’s doubles title was won by Nicolas Kiefer and Nenad Zimonjić. This was their first title at the Grand Slam event.
For the first time since 1973 and the first time for a men’s singles Grand Slam title since 1974, Rafael Nadal