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US Open Tennis history: Complete list of winners since 2000

Divya A K
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Naomi Osaka - Women's Singles Champion, US Open 2018
Naomi Osaka - Women's Singles Champion, US Open 2018

Formerly known as the U.S. Championships, the US Open was first conducted in 1881, which makes it one of the oldest tournaments in tennis. It was initially a men-only tournament and was attended solely by the clubs that were a part of the United States National Lawn Tennis Association, making it an elite and prestigious event.

The women’s championship was first held in 1887, the same year in which the first mixed doubles championships were held, in the Philadelphia Cricket Club. The men’s doubles was first played in 1900.

Today, the US Open is held at the United States Tennis Association's Billie Jean King National Tennis Centre. It is one of the four Majors or Grand Slams, which makes it one of the four most important tennis events in any year.

Previously a clay court, the court surface at the US Open is now a hard surface covered by "DecoTurf".

The following is the list of US Open Champions from the year 2000 onwards.

2000

Men’s singles: Marat Safin 

Women’s singles: Venus Williams

Men’s doubles: Lleyton Hewitt & Max Mirnyi 

Women’s doubles: Julie Halard-Decugis & Ai Sugiyama

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Mixed doubles: Arantxa Sanchez Vicario & Jared Palmer

2001

Men’s singles: Lleyton Hewitt

Women’s singles: Venus Williams

Men’s doubles: Wayne Black & Kevin Ullyett

Women’s doubles: Lisa Raymond & Rennae Stubbs

Mixed doubles: Rennae Stubbs & Todd Woodbridge

2002

Men’s singles: Pete Sampras

Women’s singles: Serena Williams

Men’s doubles: Mahesh Bhupathi & Max Mirnyi

Women’s doubles: Virginia Ruano Pascual & Paola Suarez

Mixed doubles: Lisa Raymond & Mike Bryan

2003

Men's singles: Andy Roddick

Women’s singles: Justin Henin

Men’s doubles: Jonas Bjorkman & Todd Woodbridge

Women’s doubles: Virginia Ruano Pascual & Paola Suarez

Mixed doubles: Bob Bryan & Katarina Srebotnik

2004

Men’s singles: Roger Federer

Women’s singles: Svetlana Kuznetsova

Men’s doubles: Daniel Nestor & Mark Knowles 

Women’s doubles: Virginia Ruano Pascual & Paola Suarez

Mixed doubles: Vera Zvonareva & Bob Bryan

2005

Men’s singles: Roger Federer

Women’s singles: Kim Clijsters

Men’s doubles: Bob Bryan & Mike Bryan

Women’s doubles: Lisa Raymond & Samantha Stosur

Mixed doubles: Daniela Hantuchova & Mahesh Bhupathi

2006

Men’s singles: Roger Federer

Women’s singles: Maria Sharapova

Men’s doubles: Martin Damm and Leander Paes

Women’s doubles: Nathalie Dechy & Vera Zvonareva

Mixed doubles: Martina Navratilova & Bob Bryan

2007

Men’s singles: Roger Federer

Women’s singles: Justin Henin

Men’s doubles: Simon Aspelin & Julian Knowle

Women’s doubles: Nathalie Dechy & Dinara Safina

Mixed doubles: Victoria Azarenka & Max Mirnyi

2008

Men’s singles: Roger Federer

Women’s singles: Serena Williams

Men’s doubles: Bob Bryan & Mike Bryan

Women’s doubles: Cara Black & Liezel Huber

Mixed doubles: Cara Black & Leander Paes

2009

Men’s singles: Juan Martin del Potro

Women’s singles: Kim Clijsters

Men’s doubles: Lukas Dlouhy & Leander Paes

Women’s doubles: Serena Williams & Venus Williams

Mixed doubles: Carly Gullickson & Travis Parrott

2010

Men’s singles: Rafael Nadal

Women’s singles: Kim Clijsters

Men’s doubles: Bob Bryan & Mike Bryan

Women’s doubles: Vania King & Yaroslava Shvedova

Mixed doubles: Liezel Huber & Bob Bryan

2011

Men’s singles: Novak Djokovic

Women’s singles: Samantha Stosur

Men’s doubles: Jurgen Melzer & Phillip Petzschner

Women’s doubles: Liezel Huber & Lisa Raymond

Mixed doubles: Melanie Oudin & Jack Sock

2012

Men’s singles: Andy Murray

Women’s singles: Serena Williams

Men’s doubles: Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan

Women’s doubles: Sara Errani & Roberta Vinci

Mixed doubles: Ekaterina Makarova & Bruno Soares

2013

Men’s singles: Rafael Nadal

Women’s singles: Serena Williams

Men’s doubles: Leander Paes & Radek Stepanek

Women’s doubles: Andrea Hlavackova & Lucie Hradecka

Mixed doubles: Andrea Hlavackova & Max Mirnyi

2014

Men’s singles: Marin Cilic

Women’s singles: Serena Williams

Men’s doubles: Bob Bryan & Mike Bryan

Women’s doubles: Ekaterina Makarova & Elena Vesnina

Mixed doubles: Sania Mirza & Bruno Soares

2015

Men’s singles: Novak Djokovic

Women’s singles: Flavia Pennetta

Men’s doubles: Pierre Hugues Herbert & Nicolas Mahut

Women’s doubles: Martina Hingis & Sania Mirza

Mixed doubles: Martina Hingis & Leander Paes

2016

Men’s singles: Stan Wawrinka

Women’s singles: Angelique Kerber

Men’s doubles: Jamie Murray & Bruno Soares

Women’s doubles: Bethanie Mattek-Sands & Lucie Safarova

Mixed doubles: Laura Siegemund & Mate Pavic

2017

Men’s singles: Rafael Nadal

Women’s singles: Sloane Stephens

Men’s doubles: Jean Julien Rojer & Horia Tecau

Women’s doubles: Yung-Jan Chan & Martina Hingis

Mixed doubles: Martina Hingis & Jamie Murray

2018

Men’s singles: Novak Djokovic

Women’s singles: Naomi Osaka

Men’s doubles: Mike Bryan & Jack Sock

Women’s doubles: Ashleigh Barty & CoCo Vandeweghe

Mixed doubles: Bethanie Mattek-Sands & Jamie Murray 


The 2019 edition of the US Open will be held from 26th August 2019 to 8th September 2019.

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