Sixteen-year-old Amanda Anisimova won her first junior Grand Slam single title at the 2017 US Open on Sunday, beating fellow American Cori Gauff 6-0 6-2, a sensation who made it into the tournament’s final despite being only 13 years old.
The US Open women’s doubles competition was won by Yung-Jan Chan and Martina Hingis, with the Swiss legend taking her 25th Grand Slam title overall.
MORE US OPEN 2017 PHOTOS:
- Saturday, September 9th: Stephens dominates Keys in women’s final
- Thursday, September 7th: Stephens, Keys reach US Open final
- Wednesday, September 6th: Vandeweghe beats Pliskova, Keys dominates Kanepi for all-American semifinals
- Tuesday, September 5th: Sloane Stephens, Venus Williams move into semifinals
- Monday, September 4th: Keys, Vandeweghe, Pliskova, Kanepi complete quarterfinal field
- Sunday, September 3rd: Sevastova stops Sharapova, Kvitova beats Muguruza to reach the quarterfinals
- Saturday, September 2nd: Keys beats Vesnina in late night thriller, Pliskova, Vandeweghe, Svitolina, Kasatkina advance
- Friday, September 1st: Sharapova, Muguruza, Kvitova, Venus advance to the fourth round
- Thursday, August 31st: Pliskova, Ostapenko, Keys, Radwanska, Svitolina move into round three
- Wednesday, August 30th: Maria Sharapova fights on in New York
- Tuesday, August 29th: Osaka stuns Kerber on rain-shortened day
- Monday, August 28th: Sharapova takes out Halep in an emotional night thriller
- Sunday, August 27th: Maria Sharapova, Angelique Kerber, Karolina Pliskova, Simona Halep, Agnieszka Radwanska, Elina Svitolina, Svetlana Kuznetsova practice before the start of main-draw play
- Saturday, August 26th: Kerber & Muguruza meet Pharrell Williams; Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day; Kvitova, Sharapova, Bouchard, Pliskova practice
- Friday, August 25th: Kerber leads the draw ceremony, third round of WTA qualifying unfolds
- Thursday, August 24th: Qualifying Day 3 + Sharapova, Keys Evian event
- Wednesday, August 23rd: Qualifying + Maria Sharapova, Angelique Kerber, Julia Goerges practice
- Tuesday, August 22nd: WTA qualifying action + Keys, Svitolina practice sessions
I’m so happy for Yung Jan Chan! She finally won a Grand Slam after 2 grand slam finals! 🙂
I watched the women’s doubles final that Emman speaks of on ESPN2. Chan was making some spectacular shots and deserved her trophy. At the trophy presentation ceremony, Martina was calling her “Latisha”..I suppose another westernized name of a Chinese player. Chan’s sister goes by Lynn, and I believe Zhang Shuai’s westernized name is Rose. They do this in golf as well..Top ten player Shanshan Feng goes by Jenny Money. Come on Chinese ladies be proud of your heritage, don’t kowtow to the western world and change your given name. Li Na never did. (But of course her husband did, going by Dennis). 😮
@Jim – Hao-Ching Chan (Yung Jan Chan’s sister) goes by the name Angel as her Westernized name. I agree, She was very eager to win her first Grand Slam and she did a lot of great shots in the net.