US OPEN 2022
Known formally as the United States Open Tennis Championships, the US Open is considered the year's fourth and final grand slam.
This year's final Grand Slam is about, to begin with, top stars from both sections competing for the trophy.
Each year, the tournament is held in Queens, New York City, United States, at The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Having had one of the most remarkable tennis careers in history, tennis legend, Serena Williams will likely play her final tournament at the US Open in the upcoming months.
After winning her first major title 23 years ago, it will be the 40-year-old's last significant singles event.
Among the five categories represented by the tournament, men's and women's singles, doubles, and mixed doubles are the most popular.
$60 million will be the US Open 2022 Prize Money in total player compensation, topping the $57.5 million awarded in 2021.
A total No. of 22 courts are available at the site of the US Open tournament. In 1968, the first US Open championships in which professionals could compete were held at Arthur Ashe Stadium, named after the victor.