US OPEN : United States Open Tennis Championships

In New York City, the United States Open Tennis Championships, the year's last Grand Slam, are held.

It is a contemporary version of the U.S. National Championship, the oldest tennis competition.

Since 1978, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) has been in charge of running the competition.

 Since then, DecoTurf cushioned acrylic hard courts have been utilised.

With a seating capacity of 23,771, the Arthur Ashe Stadium inside the complex leads the list of the biggest tennis venues in the world.

The seven-point tiebreaker is used in the US Open when the last set score is 6-6. In contrast to the prior year

the US Open 2020's total prize money was $53.4 million, a 6.7% decrease. 

The Grand Slam tennis competition is still the wealthiest in history. 

The prize money for the men's and women's singles champions was cut to $3 million, while the runners-up received checks for $1.5 million each.