U.S. Open Tennis 2010: The All-Time Top 25 Memorable Moments

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U.S. Open Tennis 2010: The All-Time Top 25 Memorable Moments

There’s something about being in the shadow of Manhattan, the Billie Jean King Tennis Center at Flushing Meadows, the night matches under the lights in Arthur Ashe Stadium, and the rowdy crowd that makes the US Open feel so electric. Despite capping a long and tiring Grand Slam season, the renewed enthusiasm from players and fans alike is inimitable.

The U.S. Open has its own unique rules (fifth set tiebreaks?), rowdy characters (J-block?), and interesting wardrobe choices (tuxedo stripes?). As a result, the US Open experience is unlike any other.

Through it all—the controversies, the comebacks, the milestones, and the miracles—here are the 25 most memorable moments in U.S. Open history.

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