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US OPEN
New York, NY, USA
August 26-September 8, 2013
$16,102,000/Grand Slam
Hard/Outdoors

Results - Sunday, September 8, 2013
Singles - Final
(1) Serena Williams (USA) d. Victoria Azarenka (BLR) 75 67(6) 61

Final Facts
- Williams wins her 17th Grand Slam title, one behind Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova for second most of the Open Era and five behind Open Era leader Steffi Graf.
- Williams wins her fifth US Open title, one behind Chris Evert for most of the Open Era.
- With her 55th WTA title, Williams ties Virginia Wade and Lindsay Davenport for seventh place on the Open Era list.
- Williamsí nine WTA titles in 2013 is the most she has won in a season.
- Williamsí win earns her a record $3.6 million payout.
- At 31 years, 348 days, Williams becomes the oldest US Open champion in the Open Era.
- Williams improves to 13-3 in her series with Azarenka.
- Williams improves to 17-4 in Grand Slam finals.

Final Quotes
Serena Williams:
"I have been to finals the last three years here, and that's been really kind of cool. You know, I never thought I would win Australia five times. That's been really cool. Wimbledon is a little different. But, you know, this one I never seem to have won a lot before. Now I'm like, yes, I can finally say I have won this one a few times, too. Overall, it feels really good to have those multiple titles in each of those three, actually."

Victoria Azarenka: "It's a tough loss, but to be in the final again and play against the best was great. We fought hard and gave all our hearts out there, and I just have to say congratulations to Serena."