2013 US Open Tennis: Biggest Winners and Losers from Flushing Meadows

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2013 US Open Tennis: Biggest Winners and Losers from Flushing Meadows
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New York City certainly knows how to put on a show.

This U.S. Open was entertaining from start to finish. It started with the birth of a star in Victoria Duval. Then we said goodbye to a much-beloved American in James Blake. Finally, the tournament ended with two of the greatest champions ever—Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams—walking away victorious.

Along the way we saw one-handed backhands steal the show, defending champions brought back to earth and the Bryan brothers' quest for a career Slam fall three sets short.

It was a scintillating way to end a wonderful summer of tennis, and with the No. 1 vs. No. 2 battling it out in both singles finals, it was a great exclamation point on the 2013 Slam season.

Take a look back at a few of the winners and losers from a fabulous two weeks of tennis. 

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