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Tennis portal Logo of the US Open series The US Open Series is the six-week summer tennis season linking 10 ATP World Tour and Sony Ericsson WTA Tour tournaments together. The Series leads to the US Open. It is often referred to as the U.S. or North American hard court season. It was organized in 2004 as a way to focus more attention on American tennis tournaments by getting more of them on domestic television. Until 2004, most summer North American tournaments were not on television, the exceptions being the highly televised ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events in Canada and Cincinnati. The eight non-Masters tournaments now enjoy about 50 hours of television combined—about two hours on each day of their final weekends, chiefly on ESPN2, which is where ESPN shows its tennis programming. CBS and Tennis Channel also cover portions of The Series. Players earn points according to their results in the events; points awarded at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 and WTA Premier events are doubled. The male and female player with the highest point totals each earn double the prize money at the U.S. Open, players with the second highest point totals increase their prize money by 50%, and players with the third highest point totals receive a 25% increase. Lleyton Hewitt and Lindsay Davenport were the top point-getters in 2004, Andy Roddick and Kim Clijsters won in 2005, and Andy Roddick and Ana Ivanović won in 2006. Defending US Open champions Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova won in 2007. In 2005, although Roddick was upset in the first round against Gilles Müller at the Open, Clijsters became the first person to win $2.2 million (the largest payday ever in women's sports) by beating Frenchwoman Mary Pierce in straight sets: 6-3, 6-1. In 2007, Federer won the US Open series and went on to win the US Open, winning $1.4 million plus the US Open Series bonus of $1 million, bringing his prize winning total to $2.4 million. This tops Clijsters $2.2 million as the biggest US Open payday ever. Contents 1 2010 1.1 Tournament Schedule 1.2 Points Distribution 2 Past US Open Series Tournament Winners 2.1 Men 2.2 Women 3 Past standings and their performance on The US Open 4 Records 5 External links 2010 Main article: 2010 US Open Series See also: 2010 ATP World Tour and 2010 WTA Tour Tournament Schedule Legend ATP Masters 1000 and WTA Premier 5 ATP World Tour 500 & 250 and WTA Premier Week Men's Events Women's Events 1 Atlanta Atlanta Tennis Championships - 2 Los Angeles LA Tennis Open presented by Farmers Stanford Bank of the West Classic 3 Washington Legg Mason Tennis Classic Presented by Geico San Diego Southern California Open 4 Toronto/Montréal Rogers Cup 5 Cincinnati Western & Southern Open 6 New Haven Pilot Pen Tennis at Yale Note - The Rogers Cup alternates cities. The men's and women's events alternate from year-to-year between the cities of Montréal and Toronto. In odd-numbered years, the men's tournament is held in Montréal, while the women's tournament is held in Toronto, and vice-versa in even-numbered years. Points Distribution Round ATP Masters 1000/WTA Premier 5 ATP World Tour 500 & 250/WTA Premier Champion 100 70 Finalist 70 45 Semifinalist 45 25 Quarterfinalist 25 15 Round of 16 15 0 Past US Open Series Tournament Winners Men Los Angeles Indianapolis/Atlanta Washington Montreal/Toronto Cincinnati New Haven 04 Haas (1/2) Roddick (1/4) Hewitt Federer (1/6) Agassi (1/2) Not held 05 Agassi (2/2) Ginepri (1/2) Roddick (2/4) Nadal (1/2) Federer (2/6) Blake (1/3) 06 Haas (2/2) Blake (2/3) Clément Federer (3/6) Roddick (3/4) Davydenko 07 Štěpánek Tursunov Roddick (4/4) Djokovic Federer (4/6) Blake (3/3) 08 Del Potro (1/3) Simon Del Potro (2/3) Nadal (2/2) Murray (1/3) Čilić 09 Querrey (1/2) Ginepri (2/2) Del Potro (3/3) Murray (2/3) Federer (5/6) Verdasco 10 Querrey (2/2) Fish Nalbandian Murray (3/3) Federer (6/6) Stakhovsky Women Stanford San Diego Los Angeles Cincinnati Montreal/Toronto New Haven 04 Davenport (1/4) Davenport (2/4) Davenport (3/4) Not US Open Series Mauresmo Bovina 05 Clijsters (1/5) Pierce Clijsters (2/5) Clijsters (3/5) Davenport (4/4) 06 Clijsters (4/5) Sharapova (1/2) Dementieva (1/2) Ivanović (1/2) Henin (1/2) 07 Chakvetadze Sharapova (2/2) Ivanović (2/2) Henin (2/2) Kuznetsova (1/2) 08 Wozniak Not held Safina (1/2) Safina (2/2) Wozniacki (1/4) 09 Bartoli Pennetta Janković Dementieva (2/2) Wozniacki (2/4) 10 Azarenka Kuznetsova (2/2) Not held Clijsters (5/5) Wozniacki (3/4) Wozniacki (4/4) Past standings and their performance on The US Open Note: Only players with points in two US Open Series events are eligible for the final (Top 3) standings. US Open results A did not participate in the tournament #R lost in the early rounds of the tournament QF advanced to but not past the quarterfinals SF advanced to but not past the semifinals F advanced to the finals, tournament runner-up W won the tournament Year Player (ATP Tour) Points Result Player (WTA Tour) Points Result 2004 1. Lleyton Hewitt1 155 F 1. Lindsay Davenport1 100 SF 2. Andy Roddick 155 QF 2. Amélie Mauresmo 100 QF 3. Andre Agassi 123 QF 3. Elena Likhovtseva 70 1R 2005 1. Andy Roddick 120 1R 1. Kim Clijsters 225 W 2. Andre Agassi 105 F 2. Mary Pierce 100 F 3. Rafael Nadal2 100 3R 3. Amélie Mauresmo 80 QF 2006 1. Andy Roddick 147 F 1. Ana Ivanović 127 3R 2. Fernando González 124 3R 2. Maria Sharapova 122 W 3. Andy Murray 105 4R 3. Kim Clijsters 120 A 2007 1. Roger Federer 170 W 1. Maria Sharapova 122 3R 2. James Blake 167 4R 2. Jelena Janković 107 QF 3. Andy Roddick 112 QF 3. Patty Schnyder3 97 3R 2008 1. Rafael Nadal4 145 SF 1. Dinara Safina 170 SF 2. Andy Murray 145 F 2. Marion Bartoli 90 4R 3. Juan Martín del Potro 140 QF 3. Dominika Cibulková 85 3R 2009 1. Sam Querrey 175 3R 1. Elena Dementieva 170 2R 2. Andy Murray 145 4R 2. Flavia Pennetta5 140 QF 3. Juan Martín del Potro 140 W 3. Jelena Janković 140 2R 2010 1. Andy Murray6 170 3R 1. Caroline Wozniacki 185 SF 2. Roger Federer 170 SF 2. Kim Clijsters 125 W 3. Mardy Fish 140 4R 3. Svetlana Kuznetsova7 115 4R 1 - Hewitt and Davenport finished first in 2004 final standings based on more match wins in US Open Series events. 2 - Nadal finished third in 2005 (over Roger Federer) based on more match wins in US Open Series events. 3 - Schnyder was placed third in 2007 because Justine Henin (who had more points - 100 for winning Toronto) only played one tournament and was therefore not eligible for the top three positions. 4 - Nadal won the 2008 series ahead of Murray because Nadal defeated Murray in Toronto, Canada. 5 - Pennetta finished second in the 2009 final standings based on more match wins in US Open Series events. 6 - Murray won the 2010 series ahead of Federer because Murray defeated Federer in Toronto. 7 - Kuznetsova finished third in 2010 (over Victoria Azarenka and Maria Sharapova) based on more games won in US Open Series events (all three won 9 matches and 19 sets). Records Most points won Men: Sam Querrey, 175 points in 2009. Women: Kim Clijsters, 225 points in 2005. Most US Open Series overall victories Andy Roddick, 2 (2005 & 2006). Most US Open Series Top 3 endings Andy Roddick, 4 (2004-2, 2005-1, 2006-1 & 2007-3). Most US Open Series tournament victories Men: Roger Federer, 6 Women: Kim Clijsters, 5 Most successful nation in the US Open Series USA, 18 tournament victories (Men: 14 & Women: 4). Men: USA, 14 tournament victories. Women: Russia, 10 tournament victories. External links US Open Series official website v · d · eUS Open Series years 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 v · d · eUS Open Series tournaments ATP World Tour Atlanta/Indianapolis · Los Angeles · Washington, D.C. · Toronto / Montreal · Cincinnati · New Haven/Winston-Salem · New York Sony Ericsson WTA Tour Stanford · San Diego (2004–2007, 2010–present) · Los Angeles (2004–2009) · Cincinnati (2009–present) · Toronto / Montreal · New Haven · New York