US Open Gallery: More Angles Of The Open
Unique angles, shots in the rain, black and white - more from Flushing Meadows right here.
Published September 15, 2012 12:00
The second week of the US Open was plagued by rain, but it all made for some very nice visuals...
From the fourth round on, several matches were delayed, suspended and even cancelled at the US Open.
For some the rain helped them relax and regroup, for others it meant more matches in fewer days.
Matches mostly got played on their scheduled days, but the women's final did get pushed back by a day.
We've all been there - the rain stops and it's only a matter of time until the grounds crew saves the day...
The Unisphere was constructed as a symbol for the World's Fair, but has become a symbol for the Open too.
Arthur Ashe Stadium from a different angle. The stadium made its debut at the US Open back in 1997.
The Unisphere has been the backdrop for blockbuster movies, TV sitcoms and even a P Diddy music video.
After the rain cleared out the tennis only seemed to get better with blockbuster women's and men's finals.
Serena Williams ended up winning her 15th Grand Slam title on Sunday, Andy Murray his first on Monday.