US Open, the fourth and final Grand Slam of a calendar year, has been the venue for some of the most memorable moments in tennis history.
In 1967, American Arthur Ashe became the first ever male player to win the US Open.
Completing a calendar slam is a massive achievement in itself and doing it twice in a career is nothing but epic. Rod Laver proved his greatness by exactly doing that.
American Tracy Austin continues to be the youngest ever to win a singles title at US Open.
Bjon Borg's final match at a Grand Slam event was against his rival John McEnroe at US Open.
Martina Navratilova won three titles at the 1987 US Open in two days. Astonishing.
Steffi Graf continues to be the only player to have achieved a Golden Slam.
And a legendary rivalry was born.
An emotional goodbye from Andre Agassi.