US Open

NEW YORK: Rafael Nadal and Daniil Medvedev's instant classic US Open final helped the season's fourth major set a new attendance mark this year.

A record 737,872 fans strolled through the gates in New York, about 5,000 more than last year, to break the prior record of 732,663.

In total, during the past three weeks, 853,227 people attended the tournament, including the US Open Fan Week, which includes qualifying matches.

Sep 11, 2018 16:09
NEW YORK: The recently concluded US Open 2018 at the Flushing Meadows in the city saw 828,798 spectators watch all the matches in total which included the Qualifiers and the Main Draw. 
Aug 30, 2018 14:08
TOKYO: Celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, the 'Citizen' group has named Japan’s top female tennis player, Naomi Osaka as its brand ambassador. Osaka has been seen endorsing the watch brand at the on-going US Open 2018 with the ‘Eco-Drive Bluetooth BZ4006-01E’ edition which will be launched globally this autumn.
Aug 18, 2018 16:08
NEW YORK: American Express has announced a string of benefits for its card subscribers and fans who will attend the US Open Tennis Championships at the city’s USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center starting on August 27. 
Jul 25, 2018 16:07
NEW YORK: Swiss luxury watchmaker Rolex has been announced as an official sponsor, the official timekeeper and timepiece of the US Open 2018. Co-incidentally, this edition will celebrate the 50th anniversary of tennis’ last Grand Slam of the year.
Apr 20, 2018 17:04
NEW YORK: The US Open has made a splash in the digital world with the USTA announcing an exclusive rights deal with Amazon Prime Video. The internet video and on-demand service has been granted the exclusive live telecast rights to the US Open Tennis Championships in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland.
Nov 16, 2017 15:11
NEW YORK: E-commerce giant Amazon has reportedly secured five-year UK TV rights to the US Open, the last tennis grand slam of the year.  While the deal terms were not disclosed, UK media reports that Amazon paid about $40 million (£50m) for the rights. The latest acquisition buttresses Amazon’s £50m, five-year deal for the UK rights to the ATP World Tour, for which it outbid Sky, UK's Guardian reports.