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The U.S. Open Women’s Final Tipoff

The U.S. Open Women's Final Tipoff

Iga Swiatek reaches first US Open final, will face fifth seed Ons Jabeur in Sunday’s final

The last time Serena Williams won a Grand Slam title was in 2006, the same year that she was named the U.S. Open’s Most Outstanding Player.

Williams finished off that season in style by winning the U.S. Open in a five-player playoff.

She later set up a repeat this year by beating Naomi Osaka in the final and becoming the first American to win the prestigious event in almost 24 years.

Williams reached the final in 2017 in Cincinnati by beating Jelena Ostapenko, but lost in a five-set thriller to Naomi Osaka. That year, she also won the WTA Finals.

“I love this sport and we are all really excited about the way things are going for Serena, so I’m so happy for her and really excited for us,” U.S. Open runner-up and No. 10 seed Naomi Osaka said after her victory.

It’s a matchup that has already been discussed for weeks as the top seed and No. 2 seed battle for the chance to become the third American to win the women’s Grand Slam in the same tournament.

All-time Grand Slam men’s final

Women’s final will tip off at noon ET on ABC, in a rematch of the 2017 final

Rafael Nadal advances to his 15th Grand Slam final after beating Roger Federer in straight sets

Maria Sharapova wins her fifth Australian Open title and first since 2009

Djokovic wins Wimbledon title for fifth time, becoming only the third man to win all four Grand Slam men’s titles

Lizanne Henderson-Jacobs holds off Serena Williams in straight sets to win her third consecutive U.S. Open title

Ons Jabeur will try to become the second woman after Serena Williams to reach the final of a Grand Slam

The U.S. Open will be played

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