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He took on all comers, upstarts and former champs alike, and dismissed them all, joining Jimmy Connors, Roger Federer, John Mc Enroe and Pete Sampras as the only men to win three or more men's singles titles in the Open era.
But while Stephens and Nadal claimed the headlines, they were hardly the only champions.
(There were 24 sessions in 2015, compared to 26 in 2014.)Back to Top The 2014 US Open provides a series of surprises on the way to the women’s singles final and a surprising men’s singles final, delivering two very different champions. That sets up the first US Open men’s singles final without either Djokovic or Federer in 11 years, with Cilic prevailing over Nishikori in a battle of first-time Grand Slam finalists to become the lowest-seeded men’s singles champion since No. History is also made in men’s doubles, where Bob and Mike Bryan team to win their fifth US Open crown, which sets a new record for the Open era and matches the tournament record set by James Dwight and Richard Sears in the 1880s.For this fortnight, however, the champions had to share the spotlight with the stage.