The 2011 US Open tennis championships is unique amongst the four Grand Slam tournaments because it is the only Grand Slam that plays a tiebreak to decide the final set in singles. Since 1987 the US Open has been the fourth and final Grand Slam event held each year.
Follow the US Open on Twitter the official handle is @USOpen and the official 2013 hashtag is #uso11. To “Like” the official Facebook paste: http://www.facebook.com/usopentennis into your address bar then click “Like” once you are there.
This page was created to make it easier for YOU to find the information that YOU are looking for on this tennis website. All of the pages on this tennis website related to the 2011 US Open are listed below and all future 2011 US Open coverage will be continually updated on this directory page. For all coverage of the US Open in previous years please click this link-> US Open.
The 2011 US Open is held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, New York on Deco Turf hard courts. The centre court at the US Open is called Arthur Ashe Stadium and holds 23,700 spectators, the total prize money for 2011 is US$ 16,936,000 and this tournament was first held in 1881.
This tournament is one of the “BIG 14″ MAJOR prestigious events and runs from Tuesday 23 August through to Men’s Singles Final day on Sunday 11 September. The 2010 women’s singles champion was Kim CLIJSTERS who defeated Vera ZVONAREVA in the final 6-2, 6-1 to win US$ 2,162,712 and 2,000 WTA ranking points. The 2010 men’s singles champion was Rafael NADAL who defeated Novak DJOKOVIC in the final 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-2 to win US$ 1,700,000 and 2,000 ATP ranking points.
- US Open 2011 Men’s Singles Final
- US Open 2011 Women’s Singles Final
- US Open 2011 Men’s Last 16
- US Open 2011 Women’s Last 16
- US Open 2011 Men’s Singles Draw
- US Open 2011 Women’s Singles Draw
- US Open 2011 Men’s Singles Draw: Qualifying
- US Open 2011 Men’s Schedule of Play
- US Open 2011 Women’s Schedule of Play
- 2011 Grand Slam Tournaments
- Understanding the Men’s Pro Tour #1
- Understanding the Men’s Pro Tour #2
- Understanding Men’s Tennis Rankings #1
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