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2013 U.S. Open Facts and Stats
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All-Time Attendance
Year Attendance Sessions Average Largest Date
2012 710,803 26 27,338 37,688 Fri. 8/31
2011 658,664 25 27,768 37,888 Thu. 9/1
2010 712,976 26 27,422 37,888 Sat. 9/4
2009 721,059 26 27,733 37,388 Fri. 9/4
2008 720,227 26 28,085 37,380 Sat. 8/30
2007 715,587 26 27,523 37,350 Sat. 9/1
2006 640,000 26 24,615 36,830 Sun. 9/3
2005 659,538 26 25,367 35,485 Sun. 9/4
2004 631,870 26 24,302 35,226 Mon. 9/6
2003 (f) 615,456 26 23,671 34,717 Sun. 8/31
Complete Attendance History
 Playing in Most Singles Finals
 Men
10 - Bill Tilden, 1918-25, '27, '29
9 - Bill Larned
8 - Bill Johnston, Ivan Lendl, Pete Sampras
7 - Richard Sears, Jimmy Connors
6 - Andre Agassi, Roger Federer
5 - Maurice McLoughlin, John McEnroe
 Women
10 - Molla B. Mallory, 1915-18, '20-24, '26
9 - Helen Wills Moody, Chris Evert
8 - Elisabeth Moore, Helen H. Jacobs, Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf
7 - Doris Hart
6 - Pauline Betz, A. Louise Brough, Margaret Smith Court, Billie Jean King
 Most Singles Finals, Successive
 Men
8 - Bill Tilden, 1918-25; Ivan Lendl, 1982-89
7 - Richard Sears, 1881-87
6 - Roger Federer, 2004-09
5 - Jimmy Connors, 1974-78; Maurice McLoughlin, 1911-15; Robert Wrenn, 1893-97
4 - Bill Johnston, 1922-25; Bill Larned, 1900-03; Henry Slocum, 1887-90
3 - John McEnroe, 1979-81; Pete Sampras, 2000-02
 Women
6 - Chris Evert Lloyd, 1975-80; Pauline Betz, 1941-46
5 - Elisabeth Moore, 1901-05; Molla B. Mallory, 1920-24; Helen H. Jacobs, 1932-36; Martina Navratilova, 1983-87
4 - Juliette Atkinson, 1895-98; Molla Bjurstedt, 1915-18; Margaret Osborne, 1947-50; Doris Hart, 1952-55; Evonne Goolagong, 1973-76; Steffi Graf, 1993-1996
 Most Singles Finals Never Losing
 Men
7 - Richard Sears, 1881-87
 Women
4 - Alice Marble, 1936, '38-40
 Most Singles Finals Without a Victory
 Men
4 - Bjorn Borg, 1976, '78, '80-81
 Women
4 - Evonne Goolagong Cawley, 1973-76
 Most Losses in Singles Finals
 Men
6 - Bill Johnston, 1916, '20, '22-25
5 - Ivan Lendl
4 - Bjorn Borg, Andre Agassi
3 - Bill Tilden, Maurice McLoughlin, Beals Wright, Fred Hovey, Pete Sampras
 Women
5 - A. Louise Brough, 1942-43, 48, 54, 57; Doris Hart 1946, 49-50, 52, 53
4 - Elisabeth Moore, Helen H Jacobs, Evonne Goolagong Cawley (successive), Martina Navratilova
3 - Chris Evert, Steffi Graf
 Most Finals Losses to Same Opponent
 Men
5 - Bill Johnston (to Bill Tilden), 1920, '22-25
 Women
3 - Helen H. Jacobs (to Alice Marble), 1936, '39-40
 Most Years in Semifinals, Successive
 Men
12 - Jimmy Connors, 1974-85
8 - Ivan Lendl, 1982-89
8 - Roger Federer, 2004-11
 Women
16 - Chris Evert Lloyd, 1971-86
7 - Steffi Graf, 1985-91
 Most Tournaments Played, Career
 Men
28 - Vic Seixas, 1940-42, '44, '46-69
26 - Sidney B. Wood Jr., 1927-28, '30-49, '51-54, '56
23 - Nathaniel W. Niles, 1904-26; Watson Washburn, 1910-17, '20-24, '26-30, '33-37; Francis X. Shields, 1926-35, '38-41, '45, '47-54; Wallace F. Johnson, 1904-16, '19- 28
22 - Jimmy Connors, 1970-89, '91-92
21 - Andre Agassi, 1986-2006
 Women
21 - Martina Navratilova, 1973-93
20 - Virginia Wade, 1964-70, '72-84; Marjorie Gladman (Van Ryn) Buck, 1927-37, '42- 43, '45, '47-52, '55; Amy Frazier, 1987-2006
19 - Louise Brough Clapp, 1939-50, '52-57, '59; Nancy Richey Gunter, 1958-60, '62-67, '69-78; Chris Evert, 1971-89
 Most Tournaments Played, Successive
 Men
24 - Vic Seixas, 1946-69
23 - Nathaniel Niles, 1904-26
21 - Andre Agassi, 1986-2006
20 - Jimmy Connors, 1970-89
19 - Eugene Scott, 1957-75
 Women
21 - Martina Navratilova, 1973-93
20 - Amy Frazier, 1987-2006
19 - Chris Evert, 1971-89
18 - Pam Teeguarden, 1967-84
17 - Kay Winthrop McKean, 1931-47
17 - Rosie Casals, 1968-85
17 - Zina Garrison, 1980-96
 Most Matches Played, Career
 Men
115 - Jimmy Connors, 1970-89, '91-92
102 - Vic Seixas, 1940-69
98 - Andre Agassi, 1986-2006
89 - R. Norris Williams, 1912-35
86 - Ivan Lendl, 1979-94
78 - Bill Tilden, 1916-30
 Women
113 - Chris Evert, 1971-89
106 - Martina Navratilova, 1973-93
82 - Steffi Graf, 1984-96, '98
75 - Lindsay Davenport, 1991-2006
73 - Helen H. Jacobs, 1927-41; A. Louise Brough, 1941-57; Doris Hart, 1940-55
72 - Molla B. Mallory, 1915-29; Billie Jean King, 1960-79, '82
 Highest Percentage of Matches Won, Career
 Men
(Min. 50 matches played)
.910 - Bill Tilden, 1916-30 (71-7)
.897 - Roger Federer, 2000-11 (61-7)
.887 - Pete Sampras 1988-2002 (71-9)
.853 - Bill Johnston, 1914-27 (58-10)
.852 - Jimmy Connors, 1970-89, '91-92 (98-17)
.849 - Ivan Lendl, 1979-94 (73-13)
.844 - John McEnroe, 1977-92 (65-12)
 Women
(Min. 50 matches played)
.962 - Helen Wills Moody, 1922-33 (50-2)
.903 - Molla B. Mallory, 1915-29 (65-7)
.895 - Margaret Smith Court, 1961-75 (51-6)
.894 - Chris Evert, 1971-89 (101-12)
.890 - Steffi Graf, 1984-96, '98 (73-9)
.870 - Maria Bueno, 1958-60, '62-66, '68, '76-77 (47-7)
.866 - Serena Williams, 1998-2002, 04-09, '11 (58-9)
.857 - Venus Williams, 1997-2011 (60-10)
.851 - Martina Hingis 1995-2002 (40-7)
.841 - Monica Seles 1989-92, '95-2002 (53-10)
 Most Matches Won, Career
 Men
98 - Jimmy Connors, 1970-89, '91-92
79 - Andre Agassi 1986-2006
75 - Vic Seixas, 1940-69
73 - Ivan Lendl, 1979-94
71 - Bill Tilden, 1916-30
71 - Pete Sampras, 1988-98
69 - R. Norris Williams, 1912-35
65 - John McEnroe, 1977-92
61 - Roger Federer, 2000-11
58 - Bill Johnston, 1914-27
56 - Ken Rosewall, 1952-56, '68-77
 Women
101 - Chris Evert, 1971-89
89 - Martina Navratilova, 1973-93
73 - Steffi Graf, 1984-96, '98
65 - Molla B. Mallory, 1915-29
63 - Helen H. Jacobs, 1927-41
62 - Lindsay Davenport, 1991-2006
61 - Venus Williams, 1997-2012
58 - Billie Jean King, 1960-79, '82
58 - Serena Williams, 1998-2002, 04-09, '11
57 - A. Louise Brough, 1941-57
56 - Doris Hart, 1940-55
56 - Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario 1987-2002
55 - Margaret O. duPont, 1936-50, '53-58
 Most Matches Won, Successive
 Men
42 - Bill Tilden, 1920-26
40 - Roger Federer, 2004-09
27 - Ivan Lendl, 1985-88
26 - John McEnroe, 1979-82
20 - Maurice McLoughlin, 1912-14
18 - Richard Sears, 1881-87; Fred Perry 1933-35
 Women
46 - Helen Wills Moody, 1927-33
31 - Chris Evert Lloyd, 1975-79
28 - Helen H. Jacobs, 1932-36
21 - Kim Clijsters, 2005, 09-10
20 - Margaret O. duPont, 1948-50, '53; Martina Navratilova, 1983-85; Venus Williams, 2000-2002
19 - Steffi Graf, 1988-90
 Most Sets Won, Successive
 Men
28 - Frank Sedgman, 1951-52
27 - Tony Trabert, 1953-54
26 - Ivan Lendl, 1985-86
 Women
54 - Helen Wills Moody, 1927-33
46 - Chris Evert Lloyd, 1975-79
 Greatest Number of Years Between First and Last Singles Titles
 Men
14 - Ken Rosewall (first title - 1956, last - 1970)
 Women
13 - Serena Williams (first title - 1999, last - 2012)
 Most Total Titles, All Events
 Men
16 - Bill Tilden, 1913-29 (7 singles, 5 doubles, 4 mixed)
13 - Richard Sears, 1881-87 (7 singles, 6 doubles)
8 - George M. Lott, Jr., 1928-34*; Billy Talbert, 1942-48*; Neale Fraser, 1957-60; John McEnroe, 1979-89; Holcombe Ward, 1899-1906; Bill Larned, 1901-11; Vincent Richards, 1918- 26*; Jack Kramer, 1940-47
*All titles were in doubles.
 Women
25 - Margaret Osborne duPont, 1941-60 (3 singles, 13 doubles, 9 mixed)
18 - Margaret Smith Court, 1961-75 (5 singles, 5 doubles, 8 mixed)
17 - A. Louise Brough, 1942-57
16 - Hazel Hotchkiss Wightman, 1909-28; Martina Navratilova, 1977-2006
15 - Sarah Palfrey (Fabyan) Cooke, 1930-45
13 - Juliette P. Atkinson, 1894-1902; Molla B. Mallory, 1915-26; Helen Wills Moody, 1922-31; Billie Jean King, 1964-80
 How The Leaders Did It
 Bill Tilden
Singles champion 1920-25, '29 (7)
Doubles champion (5)
with Vincent Richards 1918, '21, '22 (3)
with Brian I.C. Norton 1923 (1)
with Francis T. Hunter 1927 (1)
Mixed Doubles champion (4)
with Mary K. Browne 1913, '14 (2)
with Molla B. Mallory 1922, '23 (2)
 Margaret Osborne duPont Singles champion 1948-50 (3)
Doubles champion (13)
with Sarah Palfrey Fabyan 1941 (1)
with A. Louise Brough 1942-50, 1955- 57 (12)
Mixed Doubles champion (9)
with Bill Talbert 1943-46 (4)
with Ken McGregor 1950 (1)
with Ken Rosewall 1956 (1)
with Neale Fraser 1958-60 (3)
 Most Singles Titles
 Men
7 - Richard Sears 1881-87; Bill Larned 1901-02, '07-11; Bill Tilden 1920- 25, '29
5 - Jimmy Connors 1974, '76, '78, '82-83; Pete Sampras 1990, '93, '95-96, '02; Roger Federer, 2004-08
4 - Bob Wrenn 1893-94, '96-97; John McEnroe 1979-81, '84;
3 - Oliver Campbell 1890-92; Mal Whitman 1898-1900; Fred Perry 1933-34, '36; Ivan Lendl 1985-87
 Women
8 - Molla B. Mallory 1915-18, '20-22, '26
7 - Helen Wills Moody 1923-25, '27-29, '31
6 - Chris Evert Lloyd 1975-78, '80, '82
5 - Margaret Smith Court 1962, '65, '69-70, '73; Steffi Graf 1988-89, '93, '95-96
4 - Elisabeth Moore 1896, 1901, '03, '05; Hazel Hotchkiss Wightman 1909-11, '19; Helen H. Jacobs 1932-35; Alice Marble 1936, '38-40; Pauline Betz 1942-44, '46; Maria Bueno 1959, '63-64, '66; Billie Jean King 1967, '71-72, '74; Martina Navratilova 1983-84, '86-87; Serena Williams 1999, 2002, 2008, 2012
 Most Singles Titles, Successive
 Men
7 - Richard Sears 1881-87
6 - Bill Tilden 1920-25
5 - Bill Larned 1907-11; Roger Federer, 2004-08
3 - Oliver Campbell 1890-92; Mal Whitman 1898-1900; John McEnroe, 1979-81; Ivan Lendl 1985-87
 Women
4 - Molla B. Mallory 1915-18; Helen H. Jacobs 1932-35; Chris Evert Lloyd 1975- 78
3 - 9 times by 8 players (twice by Helen Moody 1923-25, '27-29) Last: Maureen Connolly 1951-53
 Most Doubles Championships, Team
 Men
5 - Richard Sears and James Dwight 1882-84, '86-87
4 - Fred B. Alexander and Harold Hackett 1907-10; Gardnar Mulloy and Bill Talbert 1942, '45-46, '48; Bob Lutz and Stan Smith 1968, '74, '78, '80
3 - Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan 2005, '08, '10; Peter Fleming and John McEnroe 1979, '81, '83
 Women
12 - A. Louise Brough and Margaret O. duPont 1942-50, '55-57
4 - Alice Marble and Sarah Palfrey (Fabyan) Cooke 1937-40; Doris Hart and Shirley Fry 1951-54; Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver 1983-84, '86-87
 Most Doubles Championships, Player
 Men
7 - Richard Sears 1882-87
6 - Holcombe Ward 1899-1901, '04-06
5 - James Dwight 1882-84, '86-87; Fred B. Alexander 1907-10, '17;
5 - Vincent Richards 1918, '21-22, '25-26; Bill Tilden 1918, '21-23, '27;
5 - George M. Lott, Jr. 1928-30, '33-34;
 Women
13 - Margaret O. duPont 1941-50, '55-57
12 - A. Louise Brough 1942-50, '55-57
9 - Sarah Palfrey (Fabyan) Cooke 1930, '32, '34-35, '37-41;
9 - Martina Navratilova 1977-78, '80, '83-84, '86-87, '89-90
7 - Juliette Atkinson 1894-98, 1901-02
 Most Doubles Championships, Player, Successive
 Men
6 - Richard Sears, 1882-87
4 - Fred B. Alexander 1907-10; Harold Hackett 1907-10
 Women
10 - Margaret O. duPont 1941-50
9 - A. Louise Brough 1942-50
 Singles Champions By Nation
 Men
United States (85 titles by 36 men)
Australia (18 titles by 11 men):
Frank Sedgman 1951, '52; Ken Rosewall 1956, '70; Mal Anderson 1957; Ashley Cooper 1958; Neale Fraser 1959, '60; Roy Emerson 1961, '64; Rod Laver 1962, '69; Fred Stolle 1966; John Newcombe 1967, '73; Patrick Rafter 1997, '98; Lleyton Hewitt 2001
Switzerland (5): Roger Federer 2004-08
Great Britain (5 titles by 2 men): Hugh Doherty 1903; Fred Perry 1933, '34, '36; Andy Murray 2012
Czechoslovakia (3): Ivan Lendl 1985, '86, '87
France (3 titles by 2 men): Rene Lacoste 1926, '27; Henri Cochet 1928
Sweden (3 titles by 2 men): Mats Wilander 1988; Stefan Edberg 1991, '92
Spain (3 titles by 3 men): Manuel Santana 1965; Manuel Orantes 1975; Rafael Nadal 2010
Argentina (2 titles - 2 men): Guillermo Vilas 1977; Juan Martin Del Potro 2009
Germany (1): Boris Becker 1989
Mexico (1): Rafael Osuna 1963
Romania (1): Ilie Nastase 1972
Russia (1): Marat Safin 2000
Serbia (1); Novak Djokovic 2011
 Women
United States (89 titles by 36 women)
Australia (6 titles by 2 women): Margaret Smith Court 1962, '65, '69, '70, '73; Samantha Stosur 2011
Germany (5): Steffi Graf 1988, '89, '93, '95, '96
Belgium (5 titles by 2 women): Justine Henin 2003, 07; Kim Clijsters 2005, 09-10
Brazil (4):Maria E. Bueno 1959, '63, '64, '66
Norway (4):Molla Bjurstedt 1915, '16, '17, '18
Great Britain (2 titles by 2 women): Betty Nuthall 1930; Virginia Wade 1968
Russia (2 titles by 2 women): Svetlana Kuznetsova 2004; Maria Sharapova 2006
Yugoslavia (2):Monica Seles 1991, '92
Argentina (1): Gabriela Sabatini 1990
Chile (1): Anita Lizana 1937
Czechoslovakia (1): Hana Mandlikova 1985
Spain (1): Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario 1994
Switzerland (1):Martina Hingis 1997
 All Foreign Singles Finals
 Men
1926 - Rene Lacoste (France) def. Jean Borotra (France)
1933 - Fred Perry (Great Britain) def. Jack Crawford (Australia)
1956 - Ken Rosewall (Australia) def. Lew Hoad (Australia)
1957 - Mal Anderson (Australia) def. Ashley Cooper (Australia)
1958 - Ashley Cooper (Australia) def. Mal Anderson (Australia)
1959 - Neale Fraser (Australia) def. Alex Olmedo (Peru)
1960 - Neale Fraser (Australia) def. Rod Laver (Australia)
1961 - Roy Emerson (Australia) def. Rod Laver (Australia)
1962 - Rod Laver (Australia) def. Roy Emerson (Australia)
1964 - Roy Emerson (Australia) def. Fred Stolle (Australia)
1965 - Manuel Santana (Spain) def. Cliff Drysdale (South Africa)
1966 - Fred Stolle (Australia) def. John Newcombe (Australia)
1969 - Rod Laver (Australia) def. Tony Roche (Australia)
1970 - Ken Rosewall (Australia) def. Tony Roche (Australia)
1973 - John Newcombe (Australia) def. Jan Kodes (Czechoslovakia)
1986 - Ivan Lendl (Czechoslovakia) def. Miloslav Mecir (Czechoslovakia)
1987 - Ivan Lendl (Czechoslovakia) def. Mats Wilander (Sweden)
1988 - Mats Wilander (Sweden) def. Ivan Lendl (Czechoslovakia)
1989 - Boris Becker (West Germany) def. Ivan Lendl (Czechoslovakia)
1997 - Patrick Rafter (Australia) def. Greg Rusedski (Great Britain)
1998 - Patrick Rafter (Australia) def. Mark Philippoussis (Australia)
2004 - Roger Federer (Switzerland) def. Lleyton Hewitt (Australia)
2007 - Roger Federer (Switzerland) def. Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
2008 - Roger Federer (Switzerland) def. Andy Murray (Great Britain)
2009 - Juan Martin del Potro (Argentina) def. Roger Federer (Switzerland)
2010 - Rafael Nadal (Spain) def. Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
2011 - Novak Djokovic (Serbia) def. Rafael Nadal (Spain)
2012 - Andy Murray (Great Britain) def. Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
 Women
1937 - Anita Lizana (Chile) def. Jadwiga Jedrzejowska (Poland)
1959 - Maria Bueno (Brazil) def. Christine Truman (Great Britain)
1963 - Maria Bueno (Brazil) def. Margaret Smith (Australia)
1973 - Margaret Smith Court (Australia) def. Evonne Goolagong (Australia)
1988 - Steffi Graf (West Germany) def. Gabriela Sabatini (Argentina)
1990 - Gabriela Sabatini (Argentina) def. Steffi Graf (West Germany)
1992 - Monica Seles (Yugoslavia) def. Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario (Spain)
1993 - Steffi Graf (Germany) def. Helena Sukova (Czech Republic)
1994 - Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario (Spain) def. Steffi Graf (Germany)
2003 - Justine Henin-Hardenne (Belgium) def. Kim Clijsters (Belgium)
2004 - Svetlana Kuznetsova (Russia) def. Elena Dementieva (Russia)
2005 - Kim Clijsters (Belgium) def. Mary Pierce (France)
2006 - Maria Sharapova (Russia) def. Justine Henin-Hardenne (Belgium)
2007 - Justine Henin (Belgium) def. Svetlana Kuznetsova (Russia)
2009 - Kim Clijsters (Belgium) def. Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark)
2010 - Kim Clijsters (Belgium) def. Vera Zvonareva (Russia)
 Total Singles Championships Won by Non-American Players
Men's Singles: 44 titles by 29 men
Women's Singles: 34 titles by 18 women