As we count down the days to the start of the tournament on Aug. 25, CBS Sports provides US Open flashbacks by decade.
Here is a look at the great moments from the 1990s:
1990: Pete Sampras wins the first of his five US Open titles, easily defeating Andre Agassi.
1991: In one of the greatest matches at the US Open, a 39-year old Jimmy Connors defeated Aaron Krickstein in the fourth round as part of a memorable run to the semifinals.
1991: In the semifinals, Monica Seles defeated 15-year old Jennifer Capriati. She would go on to win her first US open title.
1992: In the semifinals, Stefan Edberg defeated Michael Chang after five hours and 26 minutes, the longest match in US Open history.
1994: Unseeded Andre Agassi captures his first US Open title.
1995: Pete Sampras captures his third US Open crown by beating Andre Agassi, in a match that featured one of the most memorable points.
1997: In the semifinals, a 17-year-old Venus Williams and Irina Spirlea is remembered for the "bump" when the two changed sides.
1999: Serena Williams earns her first Grand Slam title with a victory over Martina Hingis.
CBS Sports Network will begin coverage of US Open qualifying from Aug 19-22. CBS and CBSSports.com will broadcast and stream the US Open live on Saturday, Aug. 30, while also showing the men's and women's semifinals and finals from Sept. 5-8.