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2017 US Open Tennis Tournament Brackets: Women’s Draw, September 9

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2017 US Open Tennis Tournament Brackets: Women’s Draw Analysis, September 9

What the American women did in this tournament is extraordinary. Four United States ladies made the semifinals, ensuring that an American would win on home court. However, the day didn’t belong to Venus Williams. It’s the up-and-comers like Madison Keys and Sloane Stephens who made a statement. This bodes well for the future of American ladies’ tennis.

Neither one has gotten to a Grand Slam final before, and one will take their first major title. The two have only met once on the court, with Stephens victorious. That was in Miami in 2015, the home state for both ladies.

2017 US Open Tennis Tournament Brackets: Women’s Draw Analysis, September 6

The women’s draw has taken a decided turn for the red, white, and blue. Not only could it be an all-American final in women’s singles, it could be an all-American semifinal. Two Americans, Venus Williams and Sloane Stephens, are already there. Madison Keys and Coco Vandeweghe may follow. Karolina Pliskova is the biggest remaining obstacle to American dominance.

2017 US Open Tennis Tournament Brackets: Women’s Draw Analysis, September 3

Venus Williams is the big story in the US Open on the women’s side. In the absence of her sister, she’s done quite well for herself and her rise continues. She is into the quarterfinals after dismissing Carla Suarez Navarro.

Karolina Pliskova remains a major contender, and when you’re the number one player in the world, why not? Should both advance to the quarterfinals, a match against America’s CoCo Vandeweghe could be an interesting one. Vandeweghe just knocked Aga Radwanska out of the US Open.

Also in the top half of the bracket with them is Madison Keys, another American making a steady rise through the rankings. Speaking of American women making charges, Sloane Stephens on the bottom of the bracket. Next up for her is Anastasija Sevastova; the two have never met in a singles event.

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