As the last major of the calendar year, the US Open brings down the curtain on the Grand Slam season with some of the most unforgettable matches in tennis history.
In 2002, the Open played host to the conclusion of an epic journey for an American tennis legend, Pete Sampras, as he faced his greatest rival, Andre Agassi, in a fitting end to a brilliant career. In many ways, the rivalry between Sampras and Agassi defined both men, with the two finest players of their generation saving their best tennis for each other.
In all, they would meet four times at the US Open, the first coming in the 1990 Men's Final, when they were both rising stars. Now, in the twilight of their careers, they would meet one last time as Sampras pursued his 14th Grand Slam singles title and his fifth US Open Championship.
- Running time: 162 Minutes
- 1 disc set
- Format: NTSC
- Region: ALL