Results: 55 Record(s) Found.

Memorable Moments from the 2015 Emirates Airline US Open Series

The 2015 Emirates Airline US Open Series opened with the return of Mardy Fish and closed with Andy Murray and Karolina Pliskova accepting the Series trophies. In between, there were more of the dramatic matches and unforgettable moments that have made the Emirates Airline US Open Series a summer staple.​ Read More

Djokovic makes most of Series finish at US Open

The top three finishers in both the men's and women's Series standings competed for bonus prize money at the 2015 US Open, with Novak Djokovic adding $500,000 to his US Open winner's check. Read More

Anderson commits to 2016 Winston-Salem Open

2015 US Open quarterfinalist and defending champion Kevin Anderson is the first player to commit to the Winston-Salem Open for 2016. Read More

Kvitova repeats in New Haven

Petra Kvitova won her second consecutive title, and her third in four years, at the Connecticut Open in New Haven, Conn., defeating fellow Czech lefty Lucie Safarova in the final. Read More

Anderson aces way to Winston-Salem Open title

Kevin Anderson was broken just once in 56 service games on his way to winning the Winston-Salem Open title. The victory was his first ATP crown since 2012. Read More

Pliskova clinches 2015 Series women's title

Karolina Pliskova captured the 2015 Emirates Airline US Open Series title, narrowly edging Serena Williams and Simona Halep for the crown. She will now compete for $1 million in bonus prize money at the US Open. Read More

2015 Emirates Airline US Open Series: Weekly Recaps

The Emirates Airline US Open Series is five weeks of the best hard-court tennis in the world. Check back weekly to see who has captured the titles. Read More

Murray captures 2015 men’s Series crown

Andy Murray is the 2015 Emirates Airline US Open Series champion, winning the title on the strength of a championship in Montreal and a semifinal finish in Cincinnati. That gave him 145 points, edging 2015 Series runner-up Novak Djokovic, who finished with 140 points. Read More

Federer captures seventh title in Cincinnati

Attacking relentlessly on the fast hard courts of the Western & Southern Open, 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer defeated world No. 1 Novak Djokovic, 7-6, 6-3, on Sunday for his seventh title in the Queen City. Read More

Serena captures 69th career title in Cincinnati

Defending champion Serena Williams defeated Romania's Simona Halep, 6-3, 7-6 (5), Sunday to capture the women's singles title at the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati. Read More
Results: 55 Record(s) Found.