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Highlights of the 2019 US Open Series
Oct 03, 2019 11:08 AM
The 2019 US Open Series saw new champions crowned, legends adding new pages to their resumes and breakout performances from some of the brightest stars in the game. Here's a look at five moments you won't want to miss.
Two-Time DC Champ Alexander Zverev Clinches Laver Cup for Team Europe
Former Citi Open champion Alexander Zverev shined at the third-annual Laver Cup.
NICK KYRGIOS CAPS OFF 'BEST WEEK' WITH CITI OPEN TITLE
Nick Kyrgios held off the hard-serving Daniil Medvedev in Sunday's Citi Open final en rote to his second title of the year
JESSICA PEGULA CAPTURES FIRST CAREER WTA TITLE AT CITI OPEN
American Jessica Pegula earned her first career WTA title Sunday at the Citi Open in Washington, DC
GAUFF & MCNALLY EARN MAIDEN WTA TITLE WITH CITI OPEN DOUBLES CROWN
Coco Gauff and Caty McNally were awarded a last-minute wild card into the doubles draw and made the most of the opportunity with their first career title
JESSICA PEGULA AND CAMILA GIORGI REACH WTA CITI OPEN FINAL
American Jessica Pegula will face Camila Giorgi of Italy in Sunday's WTA singles final
TSITSIPAS-KYRGIOS TO MEET IN BLOCKBUSTER SATURDAY SEMIFINAL
No.1 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas and fan favorite Nick Kyrgios meet in a Saturday night blockbuster on Stadium Court. Grab your popcorn, call your friends and settle in. This could be epic.
RISING AMERICANS GAUFF/MCNALLY SEEK FIRST WTA TITLE
History could also be made Saturday as teen sensations Coco Gauff and Caty McNally vie for their first career WTA title. Gauff and McNally will face Maria Sanchez and Fanny Stollar in the Citi Open doubles final
LOADED MEN'S DOUBLES FIELD DOWN TO FINAL FOUR
One of the deepest men's doubles in fields in recent memory at the Citi Open is down to the semifinals
GOJOWCZYK, MEDVEDEV ADVANCE TO CITI OPEN SEMIS
Peter Gojowczyk's luck isn't running out. The lucky loser beat Kyle Edmund in three sets Friday to advance to the first career ATP-500 level semifinal
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