FACTBOX - US Open women's tournament facts and figures

Last Updated: Sat, Aug 27, 2011 12:36 hrs

Facts and figures relating to the US Open women's tournament which runs from Aug. 29-Sept.11 at Flushing Meadows, New York:

2010 champions

Singles: Kim Clijsters (Belgium)

Doubles: Vania King (U.S.)/Yaroslava Shvedov (Kazakhstan)

FACTBOX - US Open men's tournament facts and figures

Most US Open titles

All competitions: Margaret Osborne duPont (US) 25 (three singles, 13 doubles, nine mixed doubles)

Women's singles: Molla B. Mallory (Norway) 8

Youngest singles winner: Tracy Austin (US) in 1979, aged 16 years, eight months, 28 days

Oldest singles winner: Molla B. Mallory (Norway) in 1926, aged 42

Most matches played: Chris Evert (US) 113, from 1971-89

US Open 2011

2011 Prize money:

Women's singles champion: $1.8 million

Women's doubles champions: $420,000

Mixed doubles champions: $150,000

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