For 3 weeks in late-August & early-September, the tennis world turns their full attention to Arthur Ashe Stadium as it plays annual host to the U.S. Open Tennis Championships. For over 100 years, tennis enthusiasts have traveled to Queens, NY to view the final major championship of the tennis “Grand Slam” season! The U.S. Open Tennis Championships have long been a coveted stage for the sport’s top talent to perform at their highest level. From all-time greats such as Arthur Ashe, John McEnroe, Steffi Graf and Pete Sampras, to recent legends such as Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams, only the best of the best will survive the toughest major of the year. In 2020, Naomi Osaka overcame a 6-1 loss in the 1st set and finished by winning 10 of 13 games to claim her 2nd U.S. Open victory in the last 3 years. And on the men’s side, 2-seed Dominic Thiem outlasted Alexander Zverev through a grueling 4+ hour championship match and a 5th set tie-break to win his first-ever Major Championship!