Novak Djokovic faces Daniil Medvedev in the US Open men’s final

Joe Salisbury, left, and Rajiv Ram won their third straight US Open doubles…Al Bello/Getty Images

The men’s singles tournament will be the 19th and final title awarded at the US Open in 2023. We assume you know all about Coco Gauff’s big win in the women’s singles on Saturday (and if you’re not following our blog, you can follow along here). But what about the other newly crowned champions?

Doubles has given us a piece of US Open history. Rajeev Ram of the United States and Joe Salisbury of Britain became the first pair to win three consecutive men’s doubles titles in New York in the Open Era, starting in 1968. David Waldstein also wrote about the impressive display of sportsmanship on the part of the loser. Team Rohan Bopanna and Matthew Ebden.

In women’s doubles, Canadian Gabriella Dabrowski and Erin Routliff of New Zealand defeated Laura Siegemund of Germany and Vera Zvonareva of Russia earlier on Sunday. In mixed doubles, Kazakhstan’s Anna Danilina and Finland’s Harri Heliovaara took down the No. 1-seeded American team of Jessica Pegula and Austin Krajicek.

The junior tournament saw another American teenager win it all, as 18-year-old Katherine Hoy beat Teresa Valentova of the Czech Republic to win the girls’ singles title. Brazilian Joao Fonseca won the boys’ singles by defeating American Lerner Tian, ​​who also played in the men’s tournament, losing to Frances Tiafoe in the first round. In the junior doubles, Mara Gay of Romania and Anastasia Gureeva of Russia defeated Sara Saito and Nanaka Sato for the girls’ title, while Max Dahlin of Sweden and Oliver Ugakar of Estonia defeated Federico Bondioli and Joel Schwarzler for the boys’ title.

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At the Wheelchair Championships, the dominant force in women’s tennis completed its third consecutive title. Dutchman Didi De Groot beat Yui Kamiji in straight sets and has now swept all four Grand Slams every year since 2021. On the men’s side, Alfie Hewitt beat fellow Briton and doubles partner Gordon Reed. In the final four, doubles partners Niels Fink and Sam Schroeder from the Netherlands were facing off for the title at Louis Armstrong Arena after winning their third straight doubles title at the Open on Saturday, over Andy Lapthorne and Donald Ramvadee.

Stephane Houdet of France and Japan’s Takashi Sanada defeated Takuya Miki and Tokito Oda to claim the men’s wheelchair doubles title. In the women’s doubles, the team of De Groot and Gesike Griffeon was forced to withdraw due to Griffeon’s injury, so the titles were won by Yui Kamiji of Japan and Kgothatso Montjane of South Africa.

In the junior category of the Wheelchair Championship, Britain’s Dahnon Ward defeated first seed Francesco Felici to win the boys’ singles title. He also won the doubles title, where he teamed up with his British compatriot Joshua Jones to defeat the American team of Charlie Cooper. And Thomas Majich. The girls’ team also saw two winners, as Ksenia Chasteau of France beat American Miley Phelps in singles, then paired with Phelps to win in doubles over Sabina Chows and Yuma Takamuro.

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