US Open 2023: Results & updates
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Follow the latest results and updates from the British tennis stars in action at the US Open at Flushing Meadows, New York from 28 August - 10 September.
- Alfie Hewett defeated Gordon Reid 6-4, 6-3 to lift fourth singles title
- Dahnon Ward wins career-first wheelchair boys' Grand Slam title
- Ward and Joshua Johns crowned wheelchair junior boys' doubles champions
- Andy Lapthorne and Donald Ramphadi miss out on quad doubles title
- Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram clinch third consecutive US Open title
- Men's singles draw
- Women's singles draw
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Day 14: Hewett beats Reid to fourth US Open title
Hewett is now up to eight career Grand Slam singles trophies and his 26th overall (including doubles).
Reid led by a break from the opening game of both sets, but Hewett came back fighting in both, showing off his impressive range of returns to wrestle thye match in his favour.
Serving to retain his title, Hewett kept his nerve, winning the game to love as he dropped his racket to the ground and roared in celebration.
Reid leaves New York having made his first singles final at Flushing Meadows and first major final since Wimbledon 2021.
Andy Lapthorne and Donald Ramphadi missed out on the quad doubles title in New York after being defeated by Dutch duo Niels Vink and Sam Schroder, 6-1, 6-2.
The top seeds came out firing in the championship mach. – catching an immediate break on their opponents serve. Despite the British, South African duo reacting well by clinching the break back, the Dutch pair made sure they didn’t make the same mistake twice, hunting down an additional three consecutive breaks to take the first set.
A turbulent start to the second set saw both pairs tussle for the momentum but after five consecutive breaks of serve, it was Vink and Schroder who found their rhythm in the decisive moments as they converted their eighth break point to wrap up their third US Open doubles title in a row.
Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram have made history after securing a third consecutive US Open men's doubles title.
Salisbury and Ram defeated Rohan Bopanna and Matthew Ebden 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 to become the first doubles partnership in the Open Era to win three men's doubles titles in a row in Flushing Meadows. The last team to accomplish such a feat was all-American duo Tom Bundy and Maurice McLoughlin in 1912.
After dropping the opening set, the reinging champions soon re-grouped in the second. A hold to love from the American at 2-2 set the tone for a period of dominance, as the pair found the breakthrough on their opponents serve to ultimately level the scoreboard to a set apiece.
Into the third and decisive set they went and the British, American duo came out firing. Having held their nerve to save three break points on their own serve, the four-time Grand Slam champions needed just one to take the lead and put themselves just three games away from making history.
With the pressure of serving for a third consecutive championship on the shoulders of Ram, the 39-year-old channelled all of his experience to see the duo over the line. A second serve into the body of Ebden was soon returned into the net - securing their third tite in New York in as many years on their first match point.
In the blazing New York heat, both Hewett and Reid put in dominant performances to book their first meeting in a final at Flushing Meadows.
Hewett knocked out third seed Gustavo Fernandez 6-0, 6-1 as he continues his journey to retaining his title.
Meanwhile, Reid will contest his first career US Open singles final thanks to a 6-0, 6-3 victory over France's Stephane Houdet.
Hewett currently leads their head-to-head 26-14.
However, Andy Lapthorne's quad singles journey ended in the semi-finals to top seed Niels Vink - losing 6-2, 6-1 to the world No.1.
Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram are on the brink of history as the British and American duo reached the final of the US Open for the third consecutive year.
Salisbury and Ram defeated Austin Krajicek and Ivan Dodig 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 to keep their hopes of a third US Open men’s doubles in as many years firmly alive.
They'll now face Matthew Ebden and Rohan Bopanna for a chance at becoming the first team to win three straight titles in New York.
Salisbury – who was the stand-out player of the match – ignited the three-time Grand Slam champions at the end of the second set with a series of backhand winners to clinch the first break, before serving out the set.
Dodig and Krajicek looked down and out in the second but managed to overturn break point at 3-3 to win the last three games in a row.
Momentum threatened to shift in favour of the Croatian, American partnership, but Salisbury and Ram quickly squashed any chance of them getting ahead with an early 2-0 lead. There was no way back for Krajicek and Dodig in the end and the two-time former champions served out the win without facing another break point.
Another former champion going for glory - Alfie Hewett defeated Japan's Takuya Miki 6-1, 6-3 to reach the US Open semi-finals.
The Brit remains on course for a seventh successive final at Flushing Meadows. In the semi-finals he will take on third seed Gustavo Fernandez.
The chances of an all-British final are still alive after Gordon Reid came from a set down to beat fourth seed Martin De La Puente.
Having lost the first set the former Paralympic gold medallist overturned a 4-0 defecit in the second set - winning seven of the last eight games to level the scores - before clinching the decisive break at 5-5 in the third.
Reid progresses to face Stephane Houdet in the semis, who knocked out top seed Tokito Oda in the first round. The Brit will be looking to make his first US Open singles final.
However, Hewett and Reid were denied the calendar Grand Slam this year after losing in the semi-finals of the doubles to Takashi Sanada and Stephane Houdet 7-5, 7-6(8).
Andy Lapthorne is just two matches away from a third US Open title after he knocked out third seed and doubles partner Donald Ramphadi 6-2, 6-0.
Lapthorne now faces the difficult task of taking on top seed Niels Vink who has won both of their previous meetings this season.
Lapthorne and Ramphadi will play Vink and Sam Schroder in the quad doubles having come through the semi-finals, where Tomas Masaryk and Ymanitu Silva were forced to retire with the British, South African duo leading 6-2, 3-2.
Lucy Shuker went out in the quarter-finals of the women's singles to top seed Diede De Groot 6-2, 6-0. De Groot is currently on course for a 12th consecutive Grand Slam singles title.
French Open champions Lapthorne and Donald Ramphadi upset second seeds Robert Shaw and Heath Davidson 7-6(4), 6-4.
Lapthorne is a four-time US Open doubles champion - his last title coming in 2020 - and his quest for a fifth crown will continue against Tomas Masaryk and Ymanitu Silva in the final four.
It was business as usual for 18-time major champions Hewett and Reid, who knocked out Joachim Gerard and Maikel Scheffers 7-5, 6-3.
In the semi-finals they will face Stephane Houdet and Takashi Sanada. The draw is lining up for a potential repeat of the epic Wimbledon final against Tokito Oda and Takuya Miki, who knocked out second seeds Gustavo Fernandez and Martin De la Puente.
However. Lucy Shuker and Pauline Deroulede lost to second seeds Yui Kamiji and Kgothatso Montjane 6-1, 6-3.
Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram have reached the semi-final in New York following a 6-4, 6-3 victory over Maximo Gonzalez and Andres Molteni.
A comfortable first set saw the reigning champions ease past the Argentine duo without facing a single break point on their serve.
In the second set, it was the Gonzalez and Molteni who made the first breakthrough in the second set as they edge to a 3-0. However, the British, American duo soon found their rhythm again as they went on to win six games on the bounce to eventually secure their spot in the final four on their second match point.
They will now take on the winner of Hugo Nys & Jan Zielinski and Austin Krajicek & Ivan Dodig.
Tuesday marked the beginning of the wheelchair singles draws, with all four Brits sealing opening round wins - including a first US Open victory for Lucy Shuker.
Shuker came back from a set down to defeat world No.7 Manami Tanaka 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 to clinch her maiden win at Flushing Meadows, 10 years after making her debut in 2013.
The British No.1 now faces a tough task up against world No.1 Diede De Groot.
Andy Lapthorne got the Brits underway in the quad singles with a 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 win over Canada's Robert Shaw.
With the Brit up a set and carrying the momentum, the match was soon interrupted due to the implementation of the heat policy. Eager to level up the contest, the Canadian came out fighting, eventually levelling the scoreboard to one set apiece.
However, two-time US Open champion Lapthorne wasn't to make the same mistake twice, needing just one break to wrap up the win in one hour and 55 minutes. He'll now face third seed and quad doubles partner Donald Rmphadi in the quarter-final.
In the men's draw, Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid both got off to winning starts. Hewett's quest for a fourth US Open title began with a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Tom Egberink, while Reid knocked out Alexander Cataldo 6-2, 6-2.
Hewett will play Japan's Takuya Miki in the quarter-final and Reid goes head-to-head with fourth seet Martin De la Puente.
Jack Draper's strong run at the US Open came to an end in the fourth round having lost to eighth seed Andrey Rublev 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 in two hours and 46 minutes.
Playing in the round of 16 at a Slam for the first time, Draper pushed the world No.8 all the way and even led by a break in the third set but Rublev's experience and stamina eventually pushed him over the line.
While Draper found great success off his first serve - hitting 18 aces and winning 78% of points off his first - the second serve was where Rublev was able to take advantage. Draper admitted last week that he was having to slow down his serve because of injury and Rublev used it as his opportunity to attack. He won 36 of 56 points off Draper's second serve and once he broke to love at 2-2 in the fourth he was able to comfortably see out the win.
There are plenty of positives for Draper to take away from the US Open. He continues to show that he can compete with the top players in the world and picked up key ranking points that will see him sit just outside of the top 100.
Wimbledon champions and last year's US Open runners-up Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof bowed out in the third round to 15th seeds Jackson Withrow and Nathaniel Lammons 7-6(2), 6-3.
Having lost the opening set tie-break, the top seeds had opportunities to break back in both the first and fifth games of the second but couldn't push themselves over the line. The Americans took the one an only break of the match at 5-3 and held to love as they saw out the win in an hour and 31 minutes.
Defending champions Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram extended their unbeaten record at the Flushing Meadows to 15 wins thanks to a 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 victory over Mackenzie McDonald and Andreas Mies to reach the quarter-finals.
Having lost the second set to level the scores, third seeds Salisbury and Ram showed great composure to prevent the American, German team from running away with the match. The 2021 and 2022 title winners saved eight of nine break points they faced in the match, including a crucial point serving at 1-1 30-40 in the decider.
This proved the final straw for three-time Grand Slam champions, who dominated the remainder of the match, winning five of the last six games, losing just eight points the rest of the way.
In their third successive quarter-final, they will play fifth seeds Maximo Gonzalez and Andres Molteni.
After three killer serves off Bopanna’s racket helped save three break points at 3-2 down, before the Indian, Australian team capitalised on a poor game from the Cash and Patten to get the breakthrough they needed to win the opening set.
A steely defence from the Brits at 2-1 in the second – blocking a series of smashes – set up their first break of the match but Cash and Patten were unable to hold off the Wimbledon semi-finalists from bringing it back to 4-4.
Despite losing their first set point at 5-4 and then a mini break in the tie-break, the Brits kept battling away and eventually got their reward as Bopanna fired a speculative lob long to eventually level the scores.
On they fought to a final set tie-break, where the sixth seeds made their experience show. Spurred on by the crowd and some impressive shot-making from Ebden - they raced to a 5-1 lead before seeing out the win in two hours and 22 minutes.
Former champions Jamie Murray and Bethanie Mattek-Sands lost out in the second round of the mixed doubles to top seeds Jessica Pegula and Austin Krajicek 7-6(5), 7-5.
Murray and Mattek-Sands had led 4-1 in the second set, but the American duo showed why they are both currently ranked in the top six doubles players on the WTA and ATP Tours, winning six of the next seven games to clinch the victory.
Jack Draper has become the first Brit to reach the last 16 in New York - his first fourth round Grand Slam appearance - after earning a 6-4, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 victory over Michael Mmoh.
However, it was the end of the road for Cam Norrie who bowed out in a 6-3, 6-4, 6-3 defeat to world No.61 Matteo Arnaldi, while Dan Evans hard fought defeat aganst world No.1 Carlos Alcaraz ended in a 6-2, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 loss.
Katie Boulter also lost out in her first US Open third round to 21-year-old Peyton Stearns 6-4, 6-3.
With confidence flowing through his veins from his first two matches, Draper made a fast start against Mmoh, as he wrapped up a dominant first set in 48 minutes.
With the momentum swinging firmly in his favour, the big-serving Brit dealt a vital blow to the American as he sprinted ahead to a 4-0 lead in the second – dropping just two points behind his first serve to put himself one set away from the last 16.
However, the American reignited hope in the home crowd after taking the third set but a vital break from Draper in the fourth set proved the deciding factor, as he wrapped up an emphatic third round victory with a backhand volley at the net.
Draper cruises into the fourth round having dropped just one set this week and will now face eighth seed and this year's Monte-Carlo Masters champion, Andrey Rublev.
Facing the top seed on one of the biggest stages in tennis, Evans made a slow as he trailed 5-1 in the opening set. However, the British No.2 showed glimpses of greatness towards the end as he forced the Spaniard to save three break points as he served it out for the set.
Despite trailing a double break, Evans continued to grow into the contest – winning one of the points of the tournament at 4-2 in the second. A point packed with pick-ups, powerful baseline shots and a deadly lob from the Brit saw Alcaraz hit a backhand dropshot into the net and send a full Arthur Ashe crowd into an eruption of cheers.
While the Brit’s fine efforts were rewarded with him taking the third set off the top seed, the reigning US Open champion proved the more clincal player in the fourth as he closed in on yet another win in New York in three hours and 13 minutes.
Looking to fight his way back into the contest, a rejuvenated Norrie took his chances as he broke the Italian early in the second but it was Arnaldi who had the last say as he not only broke back but also dealt one final blow to take a two set lead in the third round contest.
Two sets and a break down in the third – Norrie was gifted four break points and an opportunity to turn the match around but soon let them slide, and eventually put the match out of reach. With the Brit refusing to give up without a fight, Norrie held to love to force the Italian to serve it out for the match, where he eventually punched his ticket to the next round with a crosscourt, backhand winner.
Boulter's run in Flushing Meadows came to an end to a strong performance from American rising star Stearns. The British No.1 faced a break point on all but two service games through the match and had dig deep to save nine across an hour and 38 minutes. However, despite the Brit overturning a 4-1 deficit in the first set, a rifled backhand into the net from Boulter meant that she was unable to hold off the American from breaking for a second time at 5-4 to clinch the set.
The 27-year-old continued to fight off the big-hitting American in the early stages of the second set, but in the end it proved a step too far. At 3-2, 0-40 down, the Brit hit a double fault to give Stearns the break she needed to see herself through the the fourth round.
Having made the third round in New York for the first time in her career, Boulter is currently up to a careergh world No.50 in the live rankings.
Defending champions Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram marched on into the third round of the men's doubles, thanks to a 6-3, 7-6(4) win over Ben McLachlan and Yoshihito Nishioka.
The third seeds only faced one break point throughout the match and hit 37 winners to their opponent's 24, as they booked a meeting with Mackenzie McDonald and Andreas Mies in the next round.
It wasn't meant to be for Lloyd Glasspool and Harri Heliovaara who lost out in a tight match to Albano Olivetti and Robert Galloway, 7-6(7), 7-6(4).
With the four British singles stars set to play their third round matches on Saturday night, it was over to the doubles teams on day five in Flushing Meadows.
Top seeds Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof overcame a tough battle with former world No.1 duo Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah 7-6(2), 1-6, 6-3 in the second round.
Wimbledon champions Skupski and Koolhof overturned an early break deficit to win the first set, but looked up against it after hitting six doubles faults and winning just eight points on serve in the second.
With the crowd fully behind the South American team, the world No.1s kept their cool and showed the cutting edge that took them to a first major title at SW19. In what would become the defining game of the match at 1-0 in the decider, Skupski and Koolhof found the breakthrough on their fifth break opportunity. Once they got ahead, the Colombian's were unable to catch them despite having two break point chances on the final game of the match.
Their win sets up a third round clash with 15th seeds and home favourites Nathaniel Lammons and Jackson Withrow.
Cash and Patten showed great resilience in the opening set to edge three consecutive deuce games on serve, saving four break points along the way with some pinpoint accuracy off their first serves. Once the two go their noses in front for the first time in the match with two mini-breaks, Cash closed out the set with a crossing smash.
Full of confidence, the British duo took the first and only break of the match for a 3-1 lead before serving it out in an hour and 28 minutes.
Next up they’ll face either sixth seed and Wimbledon semi-finalists Rohan Bopanna and Matthew Ebden or Andrey Golubev and Roman Safiullin.
However, it was the end of the road for Heather Watson and her partner Anna Danilina, who were knocked out by 15th seed Miyo Kato and Aldila Sutjiadi 6-3, 6-1.
12th seeds Jamie Murray and Michael Venus also lost out in the second round to French duo Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut 6-4, 6-4.
Salisbury and Brazilian partner Luisa Stefani lost to Taylor Townsend and Ben Shelton 6-4, 7-6(5), while Glasspool and Hao-Ching Chan were defeated by fifth seeds Ellen Perez and Jean-Julien Rojer 7-6(2), 7-6(7).
Jack Draper and Katie Boulter got the day off to the perfect start by securing their spots in the third round with two equally impressive wins. They were later joined by British No.1 Cam Norrie, who is still yet to drop a set at this year's US Open, and Dan Evans capped off another day of British success with a comeback win.
Draper will compete in the round of 32 for the second year in a row afer he upset 17th seed and former Miami Open champion Hubert Hurkacz 6-2, 6-4, 7-5.
Boulter came from a set down to knock out Yafan Wang 5-7, 6-1, 6-4 to equal her career-best Grand Slam peformance.
16th seed Norrie progressed to to the third round thanks to strong showing against Yu Hsiou-Hsu - beating the 24-year-old 7-5, 6-4, 6-4.
World No.28 Evans booked his place in the Round of 32 after battling back against Botic Van De Zandschulp, 1-6, 6-1, 6-3, 6-3.
Murray’s quest for a 50th career US Open win came to an end at the hands of a near perfect performance from the former world No.3 Grigor Dimitrov 6-3, 6-4, 6-1. Meanwhile Burrage was defeated by second seed Aryna Sabalenka 6-3, 6-2.
In a battle of the big-hitters, Draper proved a class above the Pole throughout the match. Hurkacz looked well off the pace and couldn’t shrug off the early mistakes racking up 28 unforced errors as the 21-year-old Brit broke four times to seal a two set advantage.
Having called for the trainer early in the third, Hurkacz was taking big risks, doing everything he could to keep the points short – but Draper only continued to push and test his opponent. At 5-5 he got his reward, punishing a poor service game from the Pole before easing out the win in two hours and nine minutes.
The Brit let out a huge roar in celebration of a second consecutive third round at the US Open, where he’ll play Michael Mmoh.
"I'm really happy with the way I came out today again and with the tennis I played," Draper said. "I feel physically good. You know, I haven't had match exposure for a long time, so I'm still sort of managing my body. Obviously it's a Grand Slam, as well. You have to push your body and know that if you need to go four or five sets, you need to be ready. And I was today. I feel good."
After a slow start saw Boulter fall 3-1 down to Wang in the first set, the British No.1 used her all-out power game to not only overturn the score but take a 5-4 lead. Boulter was unable to capitalise on three set points, leaving the door open for Wang to seize control and take the final three games on the spin.
However, Boulter bounced back straight away. The world No.60 won all but three points against Wang’s serve in the second set as she broke three times in a row to level the match.
In a cagey deciding set, Boulter had to fend off break points in both of her last service games before booking a third round clash with American Peyton Stearns on her first match point.
Norrie’s quality shone in the biggest moments of the opening set – conjuring up three aces on eight of the break points he saved. The British No.1 made his breakthrough on his first opportunity at 5-5 and once he served out the set, there was no looking back.
Seemingly rocked by the end of the opener, Norrie sensed his opportunity and upped the aggression in the second – breaking Hsu on three consecutive games to put him out of reach of the 24-year-old.
The third played out in true Norrie style, with the Brit grinding down his opponent deep behind the baseline with the heavy lefty spin and his killer flat backhand. At 3-3 he dealt the killer blow before serving out the set to make it two straight sets wins in New York.
Next he'll face Italian Matteo Arnaldi.
A shaky start saw Evans lose serve twice in the opening set, as Van De Zandschulp capitalised on the Brit's poor return game.
Trailing a set down, the British No.2 soon found his stride and dug deep to turn the tables - hunting down a double break of his own and tightening up on his serve to level up the contest to a set a piece.
With Evans firing on all cylinders in every department, the world No.28 broke serve an additional three times in the third and fourth sets before closing in on the win on his third match point with an overhead smash.
Next up, a mouth watering battle against the top seed and 2023 Wimbledon champion, Carlos Alcaraz, awaits.
With only four games played after the first 37 minutes, it was clear that it would be a difficult day at the office for both Murray and Dimitrov, but in their fourth career meeting, it was the Bulgarian who got the better of the 2012 champion.
A set and a break down in the second set - Murray had one break point opportunity to get back on level terms and give him the momentum to push on, but having missed his chance, there was almost no way back for the Brit. Dimitrov broke four times in the final set to book a third round place in two hour and 48 minutes.
Burrage took a few games to settle herself on the Louis Armstrong Stadium – but having gone 3-0 down, the British No.2 soon found her rhythm and began to take the game to the Belarusian.
A set down to the Australian Open champion, the 24-year-old Brit caused Sabalenka serious issues at the start of the second and had an opportunity to break for a 2-0 lead, but the world No.2 used her sledgehammer of a forehand to stay on top. However, once the second seed got her tail up there was little Burrage could do to stop her from rattling off the last four games in succession.
Wimbledon champions Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof got off to a winning start at the US Open as they overcame a tough first round match against home favourites Christopher Eubanks and Ben Shelton 7-5, 7-6(5).
Skupski's victory means that all the Brits in this year's men's doubles draw have made it through to round two.
Next up for the top seeds will be former world No.1 duo Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah.
In the women's doubles draw, Heather Watson and partner Anna Danilina eased into the second round following a 6-2, 6-4 victory over American duo Emma Navarro and Peyton Stearns.
The British, Kazakhstani duo will now face Aldila Sutjiadi and Miyu Kato in the second round.
However, Boulter and Yulia Putintseva lost to Fang-Hsien Wu and Lin Zhu 6-3, 6-3.
Thursday welcomed the start of the mixed doubles draw, where Jamie Murray and American Bethanie Mattek-Sands came out on top against Marcelo Melo and Katerina Siniakova 7-6(4), 0-6, 10-4.
Lily Miyazaki's run at the US Open has come to an end following a 6-3, 6-3 defeat to 15th seed Belinda Bencic.
Having little experience in a Grand Slam main draw, the Brit had a tough task on her hands against the former US Open semi-finalist. The Brit showed early signs of nerves in the opening set, with Bencic capitalising to find the only break needed to take the lead.
With the Swiss Olympic gold medalist finding her range, the Brit soon trailed a double break in the second but dug deep to bring up her first break point of the match at 3-0, which she soon converted to whittle the deficit down to just one break.
Depiste Bencic proving too strong for Miyazaki today, she leaves Flushing Meadows with plenty to be proud of.
Reigning champions Salisbury and Rajeev Ram got their title defence off to a flying start, after beating Andrea Vavassori and Simone Bolelli 6-3, 7-6(2).
The British, American duo are looking to make it three titles on the bounce following their back-to-back victories in 2021 and 2022.
Next up, Salisbury and Ram will take on either Ben McLachlan & Yoshihto Nishioka or Lucas Miedler & Alexander Erler.
Meanwhile, Murray and Michael Venus overcame Aleksandr Nedovyesov and Gonzalo Escobar 7-6(3), 7-6(3).
The British, Kiwi took the edge in both tie-breaks as they wrapped up victory in two hours to secure a second round clash against either Pierre-Hugues Herbert & Nicolas Mahut or Marton Fucsovics & Alexei Popyrin.
The wins just kept coming as Patten and Cash eased past American duo William Blumberg and Steve Johnson 7-5, 6-1 to reach the second round of Grand Slam for the second time this year, following their run to the Round of 32 at the Australian Open in January.
The all-British duo will now face the winner of Tim Putz & Kevin Krawietz and Quentin Halys & Gregoire Barrere in the second round.
Glasspool round off a a day of doubles delight for the Brits after he and Finnish partner Harri Heliovaria outplayed John Peers and Marcelo Melo 6-4, 7-6(4).
The Brits made it six wins from six on Tuesday as Katie Boulter, Jodie Burrage, Cam Norrie, Andy Murray, Jack Draper and Dan Evans eased into the second round at the US Open, with straight set victories at Flushing Meadows.
This is the first time since 1977 that seven Brits have reached the second round in New York.
Boulter and Burrage joined Lily Miyazaki as the second and third Brits to claim their first US Open win this week. The British No.1 stormed past France's Diane Parry 6-4, 6-0 in the first match of the day, before Burrage closed out the action on day two with a 6-3, 6-4 win over world No.38 Anna Blinkova.
Meanwhile, Norrie got his US Open campaign off to a winning start against Alexander Shevchenko with a 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 victory.
2012 champion Murray got underway with a strong 6-2, 7-5, 6-3 win over Corentin Moutet to set up a second round clash 19th seed Grigor Dimitrov. The victory marked Murray's 200th Grand Slam win in his career.
Draper got his first Grand Slam victory of the season with a comprehensive 6-1, 6-4, 6-3 win over Radu Albot, before 26th seed Evans blasted past Colombia's Daniel Galan 6-4, 6-2, 7-5.
Boulter outclassed Parry from the opening points of the match, with her power and precision proving too much for the French star to handle. She hit 31 winners to her opponent’s 11 and broke four times as she bagged the win in an hour and 23 minutes.
She now moves on to face Yafan Wang in the second round after she knocked out seventh seed Caroline Garcia.
Making her debut at Flushing Meadows, Burrage appeared to be spurred on by her fellow compatriot's success as she secured a third top 40 win of her career and first away from British soil.
The 24-year-old was able to close out the first set on serve after racing out to a 3-0 lead in the opening set before clinching the final breakthrough at 4-4 in the second to wrap up a sensational win. The young Brit didn't face a single break point throughout the hour and 16 minutes on court.
Burrage now faces arguably her biggest test of the season up against second seed and Australian Open champion Aryna Sabalenka in the second round.
Coming off a series of defeats across this US hard court swing, Norrie returned to form with an impressive performance against the 22-year-old Shevchenko. The British No.1 claimed his first of five breaks in just the second game of the match and only faced a single break point on his own serve as he eased to victory.
Norrie showed great improvements off the forehand and in the pressure points, giving him a great platform to push on from as he aims to improve on his career-best fourth round finish at Flushing Meadows.
His second round opponent will be Yu Hsiou Hsu who got the better of Thanasi Kokkinakis.
Murray cruised through a very one-sided opening set but eventually found himself 5-3 down in the second and faced two set points on the Frenchman’s serve. The former world No.1 however managed to dig deep and won four games on the spin to take a two set lead much to the frustration of Moutet, who received a warning from the umpire after smashing his racket in half – which he later gave to a fan in the crowd.
Moving into the second round Murray will look to take more of his chances having missed nine break points until he finally got his breakthrough for a 5-3 lead in the third and final set, before serving out the match.
"I'm at my highest ranking since I had the metal hip put in," he said. "I'm happy with that. It's not been an easy journey. Obviously I want to be ranked higher but this is the best I've played consistently since 2017.
"I'm happy to keep going and progressing and am hoping to push my ranking up."
Draper came to the US Open having been battling with injuries over recent months, but looked back to his best in a convincing performance against the Moldovan. The young Brit won 37 of 44 points off his first serve (84%) and saved all three break points faced - including a crucial moment at 4-3 up in the third - to take the win in two hours and five minutes.
Draper – who made the third round at Flushing Meadows on his debut last year – will move on to face 17th seed Hubert Hurkacz, who beat Marc-Andrea Huesler in a five-set thriller to reach the second round.
Evans became the fourth British star into the the men's singles second round as the Citi Open champion breezed past the 27-year-old Colombian in two hours and 40 minutes.
The 33-year-old - who bagged the biggest title in his career just a few weeks ago - began both of the first two sets on the front foot, striking breaks in the opening games to take a commanding lead.
Evans will be pleased with his serving performance, managing to hit his spots with great accuracy, particularly in the third where he crucially saved one of two break points faced at 2-1 down.
A resounding win for the world No.26 sets up a second round match against Dutch star Botic van de Zandschlup.
Yuriko (Lily) Miyazaki is the first Brit into the second round at Flushing Meadows after defeating former world No.41 Margarita Betova 6-3, 6-3 on her US Open main draw debut.
Miyazaki defeated three higher ranked opponents in qualifying to reach the main draw for time in her career and made good on her opportunity in beating the two-time WTA title winner in just an hour and 21 minutes.
Having gone down 3-1 in the opening set, the 27-year-old went on to break Betova four times throughout the rest of the match, eventually closing out the victory with a comfortable hold.
She now moves on to face 15th seed and Olympic gold medallist Belinda Bencic