Black American players have rewritten US Open history with an insane record.
This year's US Open saw six Black American women reach the quarterfinals, which is a new record.
Serena Williams, Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys, and Coco Gauff were among the players who made it to the quarterfinals.
This is the first time in US Open history that four Black American women have reached the quarterfinals.
In addition, Naomi Osaka, who is of Haitian and Japanese descent, also made it to the quarterfinals.
This record-breaking performance by Black American players is a testament to their talent and hard work.
It also highlights the diversity and inclusivity of the sport of tennis.