US Open 2020

US Open Tennis Finalists – Who Would Be The Champion Of 2020

US Open Tennis Finalists The US Open is a Grand Slam tennis competition held in New York City at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in the zone of Flushing Meadows. In 1968, this competition got open to experts and has been referred to from that point forward as the US Open.

The men who have arrived at the last in any event multiple times during the open period are Jimmy Connors, Björn Borg, John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. Connors arrived at five continuous finals, and won three titles, from 1974 through 1978 preceding he won successive titles in 1982 and 1983.

Borg arrived at four finals in six years from 1976 through 1981 however lost every one of them. McEnroe won three straight titles from 1979 through 1981 preceding he won another title in 1984 and was the sprinter up in 1985.

Lendl arrived at eight back to back finals, and won three titles, from 1982 through 1989. From 1990 through 2002, Sampras arrived at the last multiple times and won five titles. In the 16 years from 1990 through 2005, Agassi arrived at six finals however won just two titles.

Federer has arrived at six successive finals and seven by and large. He won the initial five finals before losing the last two. Nadal arrived at the last multiple times in four years, starting in 2010; winning twice in 2010 and 2013 while losing in 2011; and afterward won two additional finals in 2017 and 2019.

Djokovic arrived at the last multiple times and he won in three of those appearances, in 2011, 2015, and 2018.

The ladies who have arrived at the last in any event multiple times during the open period are Billie Jean King, Evonne Goolagong Cawley, Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Stefi Graf, Monica Seles, Venus Williams, Serena Williams and Kim Clijsters.In the seven years from 1968 through 1974, King showed up in four finals and won three titles.

Goolagong Cawley was the second place four back to back a very long time from 1973 through 1976. In the ten years from 1975 through 1984, Evert arrived at nine finals and won six titles. She arrived at six successive finals, and won five titles, somewhere in the range of 1975 and 1980.She arrived at three continuous finals, and won one title, somewhere in the range of 1982 and 1984.

Navratilova from 1981 through 1991 showed up in eight finals, and won four titles.Graf twice showed up in four continuous finals, the first in 1987-1990 when she won two titles and the second in 1993-1996 when she won three titles.Seles arrived at four finals from 1991 through 1996, winning two successive titles in 1991 and 1992 however losing two sequential finals in 1995 and 1996.

From 1997 through 2002, Venus Williams showed up in four finals and won two back to back titles in 2000 and 2001. Since 1999, Serena Williams has arrived at the last multiple times and won six titles in 1999, 2002, 2008, 2012, 2013 and 2014.During 2003 to 2010, Clijsters made the finals multiple times, winning in 2005, 2009, and 2010.

 

Player Nationality Finals Win-Loss Year(s)
Pete Sampras
 
United States
8 5–3 1990*, 1992, 1993*, 1995*, 1996*, 2000, 2001, 2002*
Ivan Lendl  Czechoslovakia 8 3–5 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985*, 1986*, 1987*, 1988, 1989
Novak Djokovic  Serbia 8 3–5 2007, 2010, 2011*, 2012, 2013, 2015*, 2016, 2018*
Jimmy Connors  United States 7 5–2 1974*, 1975, 1976*, 1977, 1978*, 1982*, 1983*
Roger Federer   Switzerland 7 5–2 2004*, 2005*, 2006*, 2007*, 2008*, 2009, 2015
Andre Agassi  United States 6 2–4 1990, 1994*, 1995, 1999*, 2002, 2005
John McEnroe  United States 5 4–1 1979*, 1980*, 1981*, 1984*, 1985
Rafael Nadal  Spain 5 4–1 2010*, 2011, 2013*, 2017*, 2019*
Björn Borg  Sweden 4 0–4 1976, 1978, 1980, 1981
Stefan Edberg  Sweden 2 2–0 1991*, 1992*
Patrick Rafter  Australia 2 2–0 1997*, 1998*
Arthur Ashe  United States 2 1–1 1968*, 1972
Ken Rosewall  Australia 2 1–1 1970*, 1974
Mats Wilander  Sweden 2 1–1 1987, 1988*
Lleyton Hewitt  Australia 2 1–1 2001*, 2004
Andy Roddick  United States 2 1–1 2003*, 2006
Andy Murray  United Kingdom 2 1–1 2008, 2012*
Juan Martín del Potro  Argentina 2 1–1 2009*, 2018
Tony Roche  Australia 2 0–2 1969, 1970
Jan Kodeš  Czechoslovakia 2 0–2 1971, 1973
Rod Laver  Australia 1 1–0 1969*
Stan Smith  United States 1 1–0 1971*
Ilie Năstase  Romania 1 1–0 1972*
John Newcombe  Australia 1 1–0 1973*
Manuel Orantes  Spain 1 1–0 1975*
Guillermo Vilas  Argentina 1 1–0 1977*
Boris Becker  West Germany 1 1–0 1989*
Marat Safin  Russia 1 1–0 2000*
Marin Čilić  Croatia 1 1–0 2014*
Stan Wawrinka   Switzerland 1 1–0 2016*
Tom Okker  Netherlands 1 0–1 1968
Vitas Gerulaitis  United States 1 0–1 1979
Miloslav Mečíř  Czechoslovakia 1 0–1 1986
Jim Courier  United States 1 0–1 1991
Cédric Pioline  France 1 0–1 1993
Michael Stich  Germany 1 0–1 1994
Michael Chang  United States 1 0–1 1996
Greg Rusedski  United Kingdom 1 0–1 1997
Mark Philippoussis  Australia 1 0–1 1998
Todd Martin  United States 1 0–1 1999
Juan Carlos Ferrero  Spain 1 0–1 2003
Kei Nishikori  Japan 1 0–1 2014
Kevin Anderson  South Africa 1 0–1 2017
Daniil Medvedev  Russia 1 0–0 2019

Most recent final

Year Nationality Winner Nationality Runner-up
2019  Spain Rafael Nadal  Russia Daniil Medvedev

Multiple-time opponents in the open era

Opponents Record Finals meetings
Most Wins Most Losses
United States Jimmy Connors Sweden Björn Borg 2–0 1976, 1978
United States John McEnroe Sweden Björn Borg 2–0 1980, 1981
United States Jimmy Connors Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 2–0 1982, 1983
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl vs United States John McEnroe 1–1 1984 (McEnroe), 1985 (Lendl)
Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl vs Sweden Mats Wilander 1–1 1987 (Lendl), 1988 (Wilander)
United States Pete Sampras United States Andre Agassi 3–0 1990, 1995, 2002
Serbia Novak Djokovic vs Switzerland Roger Federer 1–1 2007 (Federer), 2015 (Djokovic)
Spain Rafael Nadal Serbia Novak Djokovic 2–1 2010 (Nadal), 2011 (Djokovic), 2013 (Nadal)

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Most consecutive finals in the open era

Country Player Number Years Results
Won Lost
 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 8 1982–89 3 5
  Switzerland Roger Federer 6 2004–09 5 1
 United States Jimmy Connors 5 1974–78 3 2
 Serbia Novak Djokovic 4 2010–13 1 3
 United States John McEnroe 3 1979–81 3 0
 United States Pete Sampras 3 2000–02 1 2
 Australia Tony Roche 2 1969–70 0 2
 Sweden Björn Borg 2 1980–81 0 2
 United States Jimmy Connors 2 1982–83 2 0
 United States John McEnroe 2 1984–85 1 1
 Sweden Mats Wilander 2 1987–88 1 1
 Sweden Stefan Edberg 2 1991–92 2 0
 United States Pete Sampras 2 1992–93 1 1
 United States Andre Agassi 2 1994–95 1 1
 United States Pete Sampras 2 1995–96 2 0
 Australia Patrick Rafter 2 1997–98 2 0
 Spain Rafael Nadal 2 2010–11 1 1
 Serbia Novak Djokovic 2 2015–16 1 1

Bolded Years^ indicates active or current streak

Women

During the 52 times that this tournament has been held in the open era, 41 women have reached the US Open women’s singles final.[2] Women from the United States are by far the most numerous, although Australia, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Spain, Yugoslavia, Switzerland, Belgium, Russia, and Italy also have made significant contributions.[3]

  • * = Champion
Player Nationality Finals Win-Loss Year(s)
Serena Williams  United States 10 6–4 1999*, 2001, 2002*, 2008*, 2011, 2012*, 2013*, 2014*, 2018, 2019
Chris Evert  United States 9 6–3 1975*, 1976*, 1977*, 1978*, 1979, 1980*, 1982*, 1983, 1984
Steffi Graf  Germany 8 5–3 1987, 1988*, 1989*, 1990, 1993*, 1994, 1995*, 1996*
Martina Navratilova  United States[a] 8 4–4 1981, 1983*, 1984*, 1985, 1986*, 1987*, 1989, 1991
Billie Jean King  United States 4 3–1 1969, 1971*, 1972*, 1974*
Kim Clijsters  Belgium 4 3–1 2003, 2005*, 2009*, 2010*
Monica Seles  Yugoslavia
 United States[b]
4 2–2 1991*, 1992*, 1995, 1996
Venus Williams  United States 4 2–2 1997, 2000*, 2001*, 2002
Evonne Goolagong Cawley  Australia 4 0–4 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976
Margaret Court  Australia 3 3–0 1969*, 1970*, 1973*
Justine Henin  Belgium 3 2–1 2003*, 2006, 2007*
Hana Mandlíková  Czechoslovakia 3 1–2 1980, 1982, 1985*
Martina Hingis   Switzerland 3 1–2 1997*, 1998, 1999
Tracy Austin  United States 2 2–0 1979*, 1981*
Gabriela Sabatini  Argentina 2 1–1 1988, 1990*
Arantxa Sánchez Vicario  Spain 2 1–1 1992, 1994*
Lindsay Davenport  United States 2 1–1 1998*, 2000
Svetlana Kuznetsova  Russia 2 1–1 2004*, 2007
Rosemary Casals  United States 2 0–2 1970, 1971
Helena Suková  Czechoslovakia
 Czech Republic
2 0–2 1986, 1993
Victoria Azarenka  Belarus 2 0–2 2012, 2013
Caroline Wozniacki  Denmark 2 0–2 2009, 2014
Virginia Wade  United Kingdom 1 1–0 1968*
Maria Sharapova  Russia 1 1–0 2006*
Samantha Stosur  Australia 1 1–0 2011*
Flavia Pennetta  Italy 1 1–0 2015*
Angelique Kerber  Germany 1 1–0 2016*
Sloane Stephens  United States 1 1–0 2017*
Naomi Osaka  Japan 1 1–0 2018*
Bianca Andreescu  Canada 1 1–0 2019*
Nancy Richey  United States 1 0–1 1969
Kerry Melville Reid  Australia 1 0–1 1972
Wendy Turnbull  Australia 1 0–1 1977
Pam Shriver  United States 1 0–1 1978
Elena Dementieva  Russia 1 0–1 2004
Mary Pierce  France 1 0–1 2005
Jelena Janković  Serbia 1 0–1 2008
Vera Zvonareva  Russia 1 0–1 2010
Roberta Vinci  Italy 1 0–1 2015
Karolína Plíšková  Czech Republic 1 0–1 2016
Madison Keys  United States 1 0–1 2017

Most recent fina

Year Nationality Winner Nationality Runner-up
2019  Canada Bianca Andreescu  United States Serena Williams

Multiple-time opponents in the open era

Opponents Record Finals meetings
Most Wins Most Losses
United States Chris Evert Australia Evonne Goolagong Cawley 2–0 1975, 1976
United States Chris Evert Czechoslovakia Hana Mandlíková 2–0 1980, 1982
United States Martina Navratilova United States Chris Evert 2–0 1983, 1984
West Germany Steffi Graf vs. United States Martina Navratilova 1–1 1987 (Navratilova), 1989 (Graf)
West Germany Steffi Graf United States Monica Seles’ 2–0 1995, 1996
United States Serena Williams vs. United States Venus Williams 1–1 2001 (Venus), 2002 (Serena)
United States Serena Williams Belarus Victoria Azarenka 2–0 2012, 2013

Most consecutive finals in the open era

Country Player Number Years Results
Won Lost
 United States Chris Evert 6 1975–80 5 1
 United States Martina Navratilova 5 1983–87 4 1
 Australia Evonne Goolagong Cawley 4 1973–76 0 4
 Germany Steffi Graf 4 1987–90 2 2
 Germany Steffi Graf 4 1993–96 3 1
 United States Serena Williams 4 2011–14 3 1
 United States Chris Evert 3 1982–84 1 2
  Switzerland Martina Hingis 3 1997–99 1 2
 United States Venus Williams 3 2000–02 2 1
 Australia Margaret Court 2 1969–70 2 0
 United States Rosemary Casals 2 1970–71 0 2
 United States Billie Jean King 2 1971–72 2 0
 Yugoslavia Monica Seles 2 1991–92 2 0
 United States Monica Seles 2 1995–96 0 2
 United States Serena Williams 2 2001–02 1 1
 Belgium Justine Henin 2 2006–07 1 1
 Belgium Kim Clijsters 2 2009–10 2 0
 Belarus Victoria Azarenka 2 2012–13 0 2
 United States Serena Williams 2 2018–19 0 2

Bolded Years^ indicates Active or Current Streak

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