September 13, 2015 in History


Serbian Novak Djokovic beats Swiss Roger Federer to win his second U.S. Men's Open title; a day earlier, Italian Flavia Pennetta beat fellow Italian Roberta Vinci in the U.S. Women's Open to win her first Grand Slam, then announced her retirement

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