45,762 - Points completed in the singles main draws.

29,088 - Practice balls given to players by the US Open practice desk over the course of the fortnight. That breaks down into 209 cases of Wilson Extra Duty Balls and 195 cases of Wilson Regular Duty.

5,000+ - Racquets strung by the official tournament-stringing team inside Arthur Ashe Stadium.

960 - Breaks of serve in the men's singles draw.

944 - Breaks of serve in the women’s singles draw.

500+ - Racquets strung on both Sunday, Aug. 26, and Monday, Aug. 27.

460 - Sets played in the men's singles main draw.

297 - Sets played in the women’s singles main draw.

254 - Main-draw singles matches played.

143 - Fastest serve, in mph, hit at the US Open by Canada’s Milos Raonic.

138 - Aces that quarterfinalist John Isner hit in the tournament to lead the US Open field.

121 - Fastest serve, in mph, in the women’s singles draw at the US Open, hit by No. 17 seed Serena Williams.

95 - Minutes it took for Novak Djokovic to win the second set of the championship match against Juan Martin del Potro.

79 - Tension, in pounds, of the tightest racquet strung during the US Open. The stick belonged to Barbora Strycova.

39 - Shots in the longest rally played in all 2018 US Open draws. Rafael Nadal won the point against Karen Khachanov in Round 3.

35.5 - Miles of string installed in racquets at the US Open, which would stretch to the Statue of Liberty and back twice.

32 - Double faults committed each by Matthew Ebden, Jelena Ostapenko and Maria Sharapova to lead the tournament.

31 - percentage of players who used a ‘hybrid’ string pattern at the US Open, getting different strings put in the mains and the crosses.

16 - minutes, the average turnaround time for racquet-stringing if requested by a player on court.

15 - Five-setters played in the men’s singles draw.

13/11 - Tension, in pounds, of the loosest a racquet strung during the US Open. The stick belonged to Daniel Nestor.

3 - Double bagels in the women’s singles draw.

1 - Grand Slams won by Japan's Naomi Osaka.