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Die US Open fanden vom August bis zum 9. September im USTA Billie Jean Brasilien Brasilien Bruno Soares. Sieger. Herreneinzel: Spanien Spanien Rafael Nadal · Dameneinzel: Vereinigte Staaten Vereinigte Staaten. Diese Liste enthält alle Finalisten im Herreneinzel bei den U.S. National Championships (bis Rafael Nadal, 4, , , , Tschechoslowakei. Rafael Nadal gewinnt bei den US Open: „Der emotionalste Sieg meiner und auch die US Open und die Australian Open verpasst. zum , der Australian-Open-Sieger schien nun plötzlich im Vorteil zu sein. US-Open-Sieger Nadal: Auf Hartplatz seit 22 Spielen ungeschlagen und auch die US Open und die Australian Open verpasst. Wer gewann die US-Open der vergangenen Jahre? Wir zeigen Ihnen die Sieger des Tennis-Turniers seit Sieger der US Open Rafael Nadal.

Us Open 2013 Sieger

US-Open-Sieger Nadal: Auf Hartplatz seit 22 Spielen ungeschlagen und auch die US Open und die Australian Open verpasst. Favoriten Einer von den "Fab 4" wird es schon machen. Doch eben diese Summe werden die Sieger der US Open mehr verdienen als. Nadal, der US-Open-Sieger von und , verabschiedet sich aus New York. (Bild: Alex Brandon / Keystone). (sda) Es gab einmal eine.

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Us Open 2013 Sieger

One-over for the tournament goes the Belgian. Mickelson watches his threeball partner miss, steps up and sinks his from a couple of feet.

Very positive putt from big Phil to remain level. Even after two poor shots at the sixth, his approach needs to be good to give him a chance of par - and it is.

A par would see him hang in there, just one off the lead. A lot of putts being left short now, the greens are slowing down.

He'll thrive in this setting. South Africans don't expect romance and ease. It could be an inspired choice - Schwartzel moves to within one of the lead with a birdie at He's back to level par, though he's had quite the undulating tournament so far.

But then, if he finishes level after four days, it might be enough to win it. Mickelson on the tee at The sun is starting to slowly lower - as physics dictates, of course - and is making Merion look even more picturesque.

The year-old is semi-retired and only plays tournaments fleetingly - it seems to be working. Colsaerts is way back at 15 after hitting an iron off the tee, he'll need a good approach to set up for par.

Harrington putts a little too left with his birdie chance as the shadows begin to fall. And shadows fall upon Mickelson who puts a little too much on his 14th approach shot and sees the ball at the bottom of the green, propped up by a little bit of longer stuff.

He taps in for par, however and stays level. Rose goes close to taking the outright lead but there's not enough pace on it.

He's now tied for the lead with a birdie at 13, his third of the round. The American was fancied for the Masters but never really got going - less fancied here, he's certainly getting going now.

Horschel and Rose lead the US Open! Not even a great bunker player like Mickelson can profit from that, surely? News will start to filter of his possible demise and it brings so many players into a mere few birdies of the lead.

Harrington has a chance of birdie but it flashes wide, while Schwartzel is another who is struggling with the pace of the greens and can't get it left.

He will be walking onto the 13th tied for the lead with that bogey; it was three feet from the hole, no break. He's struggling with the short putts.

Disappointing for Phil who had birdie chances earlier on. Not an easy birdie opportunity but he made the most of it. Par it is and still he grinds as he approaches the hardest part of the course.

Stricker has a chance to go into that under par but he narrowly misses as well. Poulter takes aim at the ninth and finds the green superbly - looking good for a birdie tilt there, 20 feet out.

The Belgian goes close with a birdie at 12 but no dice. Poulter nails his birdie, however. He's back up to one-over through eight. Still time for players to fall away.

Mickelson and Stricker are definitely a pair to keep an eye on - grinding golf at its best. Rose lines up his second shot at the par-four 11th and it's impressively straight - he has a decent chance for birdie.

He remains level and entertains the crowd with his telekinesis skills. Mickelson smiles ruefully as someone lies to him in the crowd and tells him his birdie miss at 11 was a good putt.

It wasn't. He remains on par, his scorecard - one bogey, 10 pars - looking more like Jim Furyk's in his pomp more than anything else.

No time to linger now anyway, Padraig. Mickelson is in the sand but he could shoot 64 on a beach - brilliant sand save. Mickelson finds the rough and then the bunker at 10 - he needs to get over this wobble, if eight consecutive pars can be regarded as such.

The big trident of boomers are having fun out there, smashing balls really hard. Golf: an exact science.

They're currently all huddled around a tree at the 10th. He does not want this to be a repeat of the last putt attempt He'll be smashing himself over the head with his magical irons.

It's going downhill and it just needs coaxing but he doesn't coax enough. Rose moves within one of him with a birdie at eight.

Big Phil might regret those two misses. How can anyone not enjoy watching Phil Mickelson?

Stunning iron play, amateur putts! Entertainment at its finest. Everybody loves Mickelson. Evident in the galleries too. It would be lovely if he could finally win this major.

Mickelson nails it. Absolutely, positively nails it, about six feet from the hole. He still has to make the birdie putt - and it isn't easy - but that was a bit, grinding moment from Phil.

No break by the looks of things, no hidden nastiness. He remains on -2, something plenty behind him will raise a smile at.

Colsaerts drops a shot at nine to move level but did well given his ball essentially ended up in Canada.

Schwartzel drops one at six to move one-over, while Stricker picks up a birdie at eight to go level.

It lands eight feet from the hole and spins back four or five. He has a nice, simple putt to move back to He's capable of that magic.

Bubba Watson is wet at the ninth. Possible groundhog day moment for Colsaerts , too. He often has a bad hole to bring down the building of his empire and this ninth hole could be it.

It's a yard par-three and he approaches it like a yard par four, shanking it so wide it misses the water hazard and ends up on the bank beyond.

Difficult to see how he makes par from there Big, big birdie for the Belgian and he goes -1, one off the lead. Hard enough to go over the bunker, soft enough to stay near the hole.

Excellent and a par could still happen. Charl Schwartzel birdies five and goes back level, two off the lead. In a bit of bother there.

Poulter drops one on the dancefloor at four and could make birdie. Day drops a shot at the same hole. Mickelson makes a par on six to keep his head just above the others.

Nobody bar Rose is really taking aim right now. Fowler is mooching around the bushes on level par, his baseball cap back-to-front like a Butlins redcoat.

He punts his ball back onto the green nicely - he could do no more. It runs to the edge and rolls back slightly, settling on the fringe - doubtful he makes par there, the young American.

So many names who will crop up, so many who will not be mentioned again. Colsaerts makes par at six to remain -1 while Mickelson lands a booming shot up the sixth.

All this despite a cheeky critter - which may be a groundhog, may be Rickie Fowler - scampering along the fairway.

He really looked in trouble off the tee. Poulter hammers another putt for par, a solid up-and-down. He's back to level-par. Meanwhile, Geoff Ogilvy attempts to be appointed as Captain Obvious First thing out of his mouth when I saw him: "There's won't be record scoring here.

Poulter finds sand but he won't be building sandcastles. Quiet week for Padraig Harrington so far but in this tournament, that is no bad thing - he holds a nice par putt to stay at three-over-par through three.

Not out of it, but not in it as much as he could be. Poulter smashes in a short-range putt for par at two. Mickelson with a wild tee-shot from the fifth, trying to work it back into the fairway with the three wood but doesn't come back.

Like a broken boomerang. It might be in the hazard too, it's dangerously close. Sergio Garcia is out and looking to follow his par at the first with a birdie but it breaks left before it ever looks likely.

Garcia looks sad. Garcia never looks sad. I hope Garcia sparks him out. Plenty starting to look ready for a chasing though.

Rickie Fowler - level par - has hit a beauty off the first tee Mickelson misses the birdie putt at four. They were dropping yesterday, but no dropped shots is more than enough for him right now.

Colsaerts does not bogey par fives and he makes sure he doesn't here - his birdie attempt was difficult and his par attempt not exactly easier but he holds his nerve to stay on Poulter is too short with a birdie attempt at the first - no early fireworks like yesterday.

Mickelson is in conversation with his trusted liege Bones and looks in a lovely position at the fourth - nice and central with enough to aim for.

It isn't a great shot but it's a big par-five and he still has room to work in. Open requires patience.

Billy Horschel is a bundle of energy and nerves. So what's he do? Hits all 18 greens in reg and shoots He looks set for one at the fourth surrounded by spectators in the shrubs but he punches out well and finds the green.

Putting this out there now Billy Horshel will lead after round Get sending in your predictions for this round. And get me some coffee and a ham sarnie.

Nice one. Is this Justin Rose's charge? He opens with two birdies, a three-four, to move to -1 and within one of the lead.

From the chasing pack to contending for the lead in the space of two holes. That's the wonder of Merion, it seems.

And how deserving Billy Horschel is after two rounds of genuine grinding. His 72 yesterday was professional, his 67 this round magnificent.

He's on -1 - it will be interesting to see who can meet that standard. The players on level-par will begin to move up and Mickelson and Colsaerts could very well move down.

He's looking for his ball - it's stored under there somewhere. Expect a fair bit of flip-flopping before this round is through. Horschel has been in excellent nick with 31 greens in regulation out of 36 - he's just not had the birdie opportunities dropping.

He remains on -2 for the day and level for the tournament. Don't like these big-hitters fool you - they can play the short game nicely too.

Well, they can - Colsaerts is on the bank just by the third green but his chip is far too fluffy and it is still a good 15, 18 feet from the hole.

Mickelson misses his birdie attempt but remains on -2 through two. It was solid. I got off to a good start - the first two holes - 11 and 12 - and got through that tough stretch from 14 to18 on one-over so it was a pretty good effort.

Every time I made a birdie, it felt like I bogeyed straight away. But I played well. It's a course where you feel like you should score but it's tricky.

Not bad for two poor shots. Justin Rose gets his round off to a flier, a birdie at the first and he's level-par.

Nico Colsaerts has an eagle opportunity at the second He takes birdie and moves up for a share of the lead on He left it the birdie attempt far too short and failed to convert the par.

It's a three-putt on the opening hole, just like yesterday, but that did him little harm. Just stand still! It must be good to be US Open leader and order spectators around.

I'd never take a shot and ask everybody to pose like teapots. I digress. The guy in the orange stays still but it doesn't help him read the speed of the green - it's a good 12, 15 feet short.

First big test coming up. So Woods and McIlroy both play recovery golf to shoot even-par 70s. Of course, it is worth remembering the statistic Woods has never won a major when over par after two rounds.

From the first tee, big Phil finds the left bunker, not-so-big Stricker finds the right. Can he pull away from the pack or will this course make this one of the most wide-open majors in recent memory?

What a web this course will weave. McIlroy is matching him blow-for-blow - 70 for him today too, an impressive score given what's happening around the course.

The Masters champion will miss the cut. There's a lot of variables in that. Plenty to look forward to. It may only be a par-three but the ninth is a painful hole; one wrong flick of the wrist and it punishes you.

He was unlucky with the ball falling on the rough to the left of the green, too. Luke Donald is now the clubhouse leader.

He is level-par overall after a two-over-par It could have been far better but five birdies in six holes scuppered his hopes of putting real pressure on Mickelson.

He's the clubhouse leader on one-over-par after shooting a Five bogeys, a par and now a birdie that will relieve him no end.

His tee shot at the par-three ninth is spot on, his putt fine. He's back to level par - there's a cluster of players on that score yet to tee off.

Five to be exact. Some of those will fall, some of those will rise, you fancy. Less than 40 minutes until he takes to the course and there's only one player with him under par - Nico Colsaerts - after Horschel drops a shot at 13 to move to level-par.

Woods is grinding away and saves par at the eighth, as does Scott. Good steady play from McIlroy as he pars three on the bounce after dropping a shot.

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