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2019 US Open: Finals recaps, bracket, news, results and analysis

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Rafa emotional after US Open win (1:13)

Rafael Nadal gets emotional after winning his 19th Grand Slam championship. (1:13)

The 2019 US Open is complete, and we've got you covered with everything you need to know, including Rafael Nadal's epic five-set men's championship victory over 23-year-old Daniil Medvedev and Bianca Andreescu's first major title against 23-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams.

Look back at all the scores, recaps, highlights and analysis from our team of tennis experts, and replay some of the biggest matches on ESPN+.

2019 US Open coverage and schedule

US Open men's final: Nadal vs. Medvedev

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Nadal-Medvedev match full of big moments

Check out some of the top highlights from Rafael Nadal's match vs. Daniil Medvedev for the US Open title.

  • Pete Bodo: After winning his 19th Grand Slam trophy, Rafael Nadal insisted he was not interested in the Big Three's race for the most singles titles. Read

  • Bodo: While you were watching NFL, Rafael Nadal won his 19th Grand Slam in unforgettable fashion against Daniil Medvedev. Read

US Open women's final: Serena vs. Andreescu

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Andreescu: I'm beyond grateful and truly blessed

Bianca Andreescu reacts to becoming the first ever Canadian Grand Slam champion and calls her opponent Serena Williams a "true legend of the sport."

  • D'Arcy Maine: Bianca Andreescu, the 19-year-old Canadian who beat Serena Williams on Saturday at the US Open, is more than ready for her big moment. Read

  • Jerry Bembry: A new wave of players inspired by Serena Williams stands in her way of history. Read

  • Soraya Nadia McDonald: To win another Grand Slam, Serena Williams must show the world we're not 'ready for this jelly'. Read

  • Social reaction: From LeBron to Canadian fans to celebrities across the globe, everyone weighed in after Bianca Andreescu beat Serena Williams in the 2019 US Open women's final. Read

  • The Undefeated: Poet Nikki Giovanni meditates on Venus and Serena's bond and reflects on her own relationship with her late sister, Gary Ann. Read

Week 2: Early exits for Federer, Djokovic and Osaka

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Federer 'low' after shock US Open exit

Roger Federer admits his elimination from the US Open is a missed opportunity after losing an epic five-set match to Grigor Dimitrov.

  • Pete Bodo: Many hoped the US Open would produce the first New York meeting between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. But while Nadal is still in the tournament, the unusual and deflating early exits of Federer and Novak Djokovic suggest the Big Three is no longer a viable entity. Read

  • D'Arcy Maine: Naomi Osaka won't defend her title, but she has proven she can be a positive force in tennis and keep learning as she goes. Read

  • Jerry Bembry: Taylor Townsend's first taste of success at a Grand Slam will earn her future seats at the table. Read

  • Maine: Teenagers Coco Gauff and Caty McNally inspired with their singles play, then gave US Open fans twice the thrill in doubles. Read

  • Bembry: After her loss to Naomi Osaka, Coco Gauff didn't think there'd be much interest to see her play doubles, but she couldn't have been more wrong. Read

  • Bodo: Novak Djokovic left Arthur Ashe Stadium to the boos of the US Open crowd. He understood their discontent after retiring because of a shoulder injury against Stan Wawrinka in the fourth round. Read

  • Simon Cambers: Tennis has always had a mix of playing styles, from Roger Federer to Serena Williams. And in most cases, the winningest players have games that match their personalities. Read

  • Cambers: Despite losing in the round of 16 on Sunday, Ashleigh Barty has found success this season with her first Grand Slam title and a spot in the top three of the rankings. Read

Coco Gauff versus Naomi Osaka

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Osaka and Coco give emotional joint postmatch interview

Naomi Osaka encourages Coco Gauff to join her postmatch interview and both are emotional.

In a US Open match lacking in tennis drama, Naomi Osaka's act of kindness, and Coco Gauff's warm reception to it, was more remarkable than any win or loss. D'Arcy Maine

  • Soraya Nadia McDonald: For Naomi Osaka and Coco Gauff, black girl magic became black girl solidarity. Read

  • Takeaways: Why the first Naomi Osaka-Coco Gauff US Open showdown didn't disappoint. Read

The best of Week 1

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Townsend: 'It's been a long journey'

Taylor Townsend, who qualified to make the main draw, recounts her journey to upsetting No. 4 seed Simona Halep.

  • Jerry Bembry: How Taylor Townsend was able to oust Simona Halep while building herself up. "I think for some years I was lost ... It's nice to be able to come up to the surface and float, eventually swim." Read

  • Pete Bodo: Roger Federer once dominated the US Open. Even amid a career renaissance, he has struggled to replicate his New York magic. Read

  • Ericka Goodman-Hughey: From tourist traps to celebrity haunts, your favorite players, such as Serena, Naomi Osaka and Novak Djokovic, know how to have a good time. Read

  • Simon Cambers: Nick Kyrgios has racked up about $300,000 in fines so far in his career. Could an old ATP rule help with his behavior? Read

  • Cambers: No one has won more matches this year than the new leader of the Next Gen, Daniil Medvedev. Will he be able to dethrone one of the big three at the Open? Read

  • Bodo: Stefanos Tsitsipas' penalty for coaching and subsequent outburst at the chair umpire brought back painful memories of Serena Williams' 2018 altercation with Carlos Ramos. Read

Serena @ The Open: 20 years and counting

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It's been 20 years since Serena's 1st US Open championship

Several top women's players including Naomi Osaka, Sloane Stephens and Simona Halep react to Serena playing in the US Open 20 years after her first championship in 1999.