A historic U.S. Open night for Ben Shelton over Frances Tiafoe.

THE NEW YORK Things like this aren't usually recorded in the record books,

but on Tuesday night at the U.S. Open, it may have been the first time two players left the field

to the song "We Dem Boyz" by Wiz Khalifa. So, at the very least, the tournament's organizers were aware

of their predicament.There were many levels of significance to the all-American quarterfinal,

encounter between Ben Shelton and Frances Tiafoe, which Shelton won, 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (9-7),

6-2, to become the youngest American man in the U.S. Open semifinals,

since 20-year-old Michael Chang in 1992.Two of the three American men that advanced to the U.S. Open,

quarterfinals—the most the host nation has seen since 2005—were these two.


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