US Open 2021: Full List of Award Winners, Results, Prize Money, Records and Statistics

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On
Sunday
(September
12),
second
seed
Medvedev
shattered
top
seed
Djokovic’s
calendar
slam
dreams
with
a
6-4,
6-4,
6-4
win
in
the
men’s
singles
final.

Djokovic,
who
had
won
the
Australian
Open,
French
Open
and
Wimbledon
earlier
this
year,
was
on
course
for
a
career
golden
slam,
but
rising
stars
had
other
ideas
at
the
Olympics
and
the
US
Open.

First
up,
fourth
seeded
German
Alexander
Zverev
ousted
the
Serbian
in
the
semifinals
at
Tokyo
Olympics
last
month
before
Russia’s
Medvedev,
who
had
lost
to
him
in
two
grand
slam
finals
at
the
Australian
Open,
eased
to
victory
at
the
Arthur
Ashe
Stadium
in
New
York.

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Earlier
on
Saturday
(September
11)
in
the
women’s
singles
final,
Brit
teenager
Raducanu,
who
became
the
first
qualifier
to
win
a
grand
slam
title,
beat
fellow
teenager
Fernandez
6-4,
6-3
in
straight
games.

In
fact,
the
18-year-old
from
Bromley
never
dropped
a
set
throughout
her
US
Open
2021
run
and
went
on
to
lift
her
first
grand
slam
title
in
her
second
ever
major
appearance.

In
the
doubles
events,
USA’s
Rajeev
Ram
and
Great
Britain’s
Joe
Sailsbury
came
from
a
set
down
to
defeat
Great
Britain’s
Jamie
Murray
and
Brazil’s
Bruno
Soares
3-6,
6-2,
6-2
in
the
men’s
doubles
finals.

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Meanwhile,
Australia’s
Samantha
Stosur
and
Zhang
Shuai
of
China
defeated
USA
pair
Coco
Gauff
and
Caty
McNally
6-3,
3-6,
6-3
in
the
women’s
doubles
finals.

Sailsbury
won
his
second
title
at
US
Open
2021,
teaming
up
with
USA’s
Desirae
Krawczyk
in
the
mixed
doubles
finals
against
Mexico’s
Giuliana
Olmos
and
El
Salvador
Marcelo
Arevalo.

With
the
tournament
finished,

myKhel

compiles
the
full
list
of
award
winners,
prize
money
and
more
from
the
US
Open
2021:

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US
Open
2021
Winners
and
Runners
up
List


Men’s
Singles
Champion:

Daniiel
Medvedev
(Russia)


Men’s
Singles
Runner
up:

Novak
Djokovic
(Serbia)

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Women’s
Singles
Champion:

Emma
Raducanu
(Great
Britain)


Women’s
Singles
Runner
up:

Leylah
Fernandez
(Canada)


Men’s
Doubles
Champions:

Rajeev
Ram
(USA)
and
Joe
Sailsbury
(Great
Britain)

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Men’s
Doubles
Runners
up:

Jamie
Murray
(Great
Britain)
and
Bruno
Soares
(Brazil)


Women’s
Doubles
Champions:

Samantha
Stosur
(Australia)
and
Zhang
Shuai
(China)


Women’s
Doubles
Runners
up:

Coco
Gauff
(USA)
and
Caty
McNally
(USA)

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Mixed
Doubles
Champions:

Desirae
Krawczyk
(USA)
and
Joe
Sailsbury
(Great
Britain)


Mixed
Doubles
Runners
up:

Giuliana
Olmos
(Mexico)
and
Marcelo
Arevalo
(El
Salvador)



Prize
Money
(Record
total
of
USD
57.5
million)

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Singles


Winner:

$2,500,000


Runner-Up:

$1,250,000

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Semifinalist:

$675,000


Quarterfinalist:

$425,000


Round
of
16:

$265,000

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Round
of
32:

$180,000


Round
of
64:

$115,000


Round
of
128:

$75,000

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Doubles
(each
team)


Winner:

$660,000


Runner-Up:

$330,000

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Semifinalist:

$164,000


Quarterfinalist:

$93,000


Round
of
16:

$54,000

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Round
of
32:

$34,000


Round
of
64:

$20,000



Stats
and
Records
from
US
Open
2021
(Based
on
US
Open
website)

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Aces


Men’s:

Reilly
Opleka
(USA)
109
aces
in
4
matches


Women’s:

Karolina
Pliskova
(Czech
Republic)
64
aces
in
5
matches

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Fastest
Serve
Speed


Men’s:

Philipp
Kohlschreiber
(Germany)
142mph


Women’s:

Alycia
Parks
(USA)
129mph

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Double
Faults


Men’s:

Felix
Auger-Aliassime
(Canada)

40
in
6
matches


Women’s:

Aryna
Sabalenka
(Belarus)

43
in
6
matches

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First
Serves
In


Men’s:

Pablo
Carreno
Busta
(Spain)

126
of
162
=
78%
in
1
match


Women’s:

Nuria
Parrizas
Diaz
(Spain)

85
of
104
=
82%
in
1
match

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First
Serve
Points
Won


Men’s:

Jiri
Vesely
(Czech
Republic)

96
of
108
=
89%
in
1
match


Women’s:

Naomi
Osaka
(Japan)

77
of
93
=
83%
in
3
matches

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Second
Serve
Points
Won


Men’s:

Ilya
Ivashka
(Belarus)

90
of
132
=
68%
in
3
matches


Women’s:

Marta
Kostyuk
(Ukraine)

14
of
21
=
67%
in
1
match

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First
Serve
Receiving
Points
Won


Men’s:

Novak
Djokovic
(Serbia)

170
in
7
matches


Women’s:

Emma
Raducanu
(Great
Britain)

128
in
7
matches

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Second
Serve
Return
Points


Men’s:

Daniil
Medvedev
(Russia)

160
in
7
matches


Women’s:

Leylah
Fernandez
(Canada)

129
in
7
matches

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Break
Points
Won


Men’s:

Daniil
Medvedev
(Russia)

40
in
7
matches


Women’s:

Emma
Raducanu
(Great
Britain)

29
in
7
matches

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