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Most Iconic U.S. Open Matches

 

While we're still waiting to see what amazing shots, tennis matches and happenings will go down in the books as the best U.S. Open memories for this year, we recently put together a list of the top five moments from the U.S. Open tournaments of years past. Read on and remember! 
 
5 Best Moments and Matches at the U.S. Open
 
1. Sibling Rivalry in 2001. In 2000, Venus Williams won the Women's U.S. Open title against her sister Serena, but that next year, Serena overcame winning the title for the first time. Gosh, it was fun watching them play tennis against one another!
 
2. Lindsay Davenport's win in 1998. Lindsay Davenport became the first U.S. woman to win the U.S. Open Women's title in 1998. To get there she had to beat Martina Hingis and Venus Williams! 
 
3. Andre Agassi's last final in 2005. At the age of 35, Agassi proved that with determination, hard work and a lot of heart, you can still go after your dreams.
 
4. Nadal's Career Grand Slam in 2010. Just last year, Rafael Nadal won the U.S. Open Men's final, making him one of only seven men to win all of the four Grand Slams. So iconic!
 
5. Pete Sampras vs. Andre Agassi in 2002. The final battle of the Sampras-Agassi rivalry, when Sampras won the U.S. Open Men's title in 2002, it marked his 14th -- and final -- Grand Slam victory. What a way to end it.

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