Frances Tiafoe vs. Ben Shelton Highlights | 2023 US Open Quarterfinal

Frances Tiafoe vs. Ben Shelton Highlights | 2023 US Open Quarterfinal

Watch the highlights of Frances Tiafoe vs. Ben Shelton in quarterfinals of the 2023 US Open. These highlights are presented by Cadillac.

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The 2023 US Open main draw runs from August 28 – September 10 in New York City at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The tournament takes place for the 143rd time and is the fourth and final Grand Slam of the year. Last year, Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz and Poland’s Iga Swiatek claimed the men’s and women’s singles titles. It was both players’ first US Open title, with Alcaraz winning his first Grand Slam title and Swiatek winning her third Grand Slam title. This year, at the US Open, we’re set for another historic tournament as the world’s best tennis players head to New York. Look out for highlights, extended highlights, full matches, press conferences, on-court interviews, hot shots, compilations and more!


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52 Responses

  1. Ujjwal Chaudhary says:

    That forehand winner tho🔥🔥 he was down set point and comes up with that, this guy needs to stay consistent
    Great future ahead

    • J M says:

      He reminds me a lot of Roddick. Too much in some ways. Ben is a showboat…the same as Andy was at that age. And it cost Andy against Roger in big matches. Andy over played every one of their slam finals. Ben has got to stop erupting into primal screams of COME ON and fist pumping unforced errors from his opponent. Calm down and keep your focus. So many times that emotional eruption is followed by an unforced error of his own. That being said…the guy is tremendously talented. I am looking forward to many clashes with Carlos in finals.

    • franco cositos says:

      steroids for ben shelton, look his left shoulder, nice anabolics

    • k s says:

      @franco cositos lol those are cupping bruises

    • Marcone Serafim says:

      Shelton vs Alcaraz 🔥🔥🔥

  2. ℭ𝔥𝔞𝔬𝔪𝔢𝔲𝔪. says:

    Shelton was incredibly fearless at the end of the third set 🔥 Congrats!

    • Zenigundam says:

      You realize that Novak is going to beat him easily though, right?

    • sj says:

      But when competing with nole will see wt happn😂

    • 03 Cobra says:

      @Zenigundam …and your point is what? Bold prediction for sure.

    • GTO 62 says:

      @Zenigundam On the basis of Ben’s performance between the AO and the USO, absolutely yes. Even serving at his best, Ben would at most get to tie-breaks because his return game was nowhere. However, at the USO his return game is transformed. He broke Tiafoe 7 times with many deep returns, plus that insane one after two double faults and set point down at 2:04, and even more surprisingly he was winning most of the long rallies. I think Novak will find a way around Ben’s game, but if Ben serves and returns like in the first set against Tiafoe, and fires some of those Alcaraz-like monster forehand winners, he could give Novak very little rhythm and cause him trouble. It could be an interesting match, or it could be a quick one for Novak… Definitely worth watching!

  3. RamZar says:

    Shelton goes for his shots with a lot of confidence and poise.
    20 years old Ben Shelton was ranked No. 47 before the start of US Open and after beating Tiafoe he’ll move into the Top 20. That makes 4 US players in the Top 20.

    • Carlos Yáñez Lozada says:

      So what?.

    • AO Properties LLC says:

      And no slams for 20 years😅

    • RamZar says:

      @AO Properties LLC The Big 3 ended the Americans run at Grand Slam titles in 2003.

    • A W says:

      @AO Properties LLClmao Roddick was in 3 Major finals since winning in 2003, and lost 16-14 in 5th set in 2009 Wimbledon final. But even with that, in the Open Era, American men have won 53 Grand Slams. French men have won 1 Grand Slam. The one British man to win a Grand Slam in Open Era, Andy Murray, is Scottish, so English men have won 0 Grand Slams in the Open era. And now the US is far ahead of France and England in men’s single’s tennis players

    • Thomas Nox says:

      @A WI have a feeling that you’re counting Ivan Lendl as American…

  4. The Great One says:

    That was one of the greatest returns I’ve ever seen lol, look how far back he was

  5. Константин Бибуков says:

    Молодец, очень красиво и эмоционально выступает на этом турнире, вынося сильных игроков. Тиаффу не стал исключением. Так держать! 👌

  6. GTO 62 says:

    That 105 mph forehand return at 2:04 was completely reckless and ridiculous and utterly brilliant! Djokovic did a very similar thing two match points down against Federer at the 2011 US Open semifinals and took the match. In the follow-up interview, Federer could not believe someone could be that reckless at match point…

    • Bad Man Skill says:

      I remember Fed crying about it in the presser. 😂 It messed him up for the rest of the match until he folded like a lawn chair.

    • Bartłomiej says:

      @Bad Man Skill haha yea, I remember him crying that it was a lucky shot. Funny thing that this lucky shot happened few more times. One being Wimbledon 2019 Final 😛

    • Joshua Samuels says:

      It wasn’t reckless. It was brave. Shelton was reckless early on, but listened to his father’s advice when he saw muscling the ball and using too much power was causing too many errors and double faults. After dropping the 2nd set, he settled down in the third to keep score with Tiafoe before digging deep in the tiebreak with gutsy tennis to pull ahead. After that, self-belief really took over & he moved through the 4th set more comfortably. It was very Alcaraz. Youthful bravado focused long enough to clinch the win.

    • Carlos Yáñez Lozada says:

      Yes it was ridiculous!.

    • Patrick Whitner says:

      Yep! 🕺

  7. MD.ZIADUL says:

    Serve + forehand, what a deadly combo shelton has

  8. Jimi Damon says:

    Shelton’s forehand to save set point was the biggest beast forehand I’ve ever seen.

  9. GoodyGreat says:

    Wow Ben is in the SF in singles and mixed doubles 😮. He just turned pro last year and is the youngest US player to make it to the SF since 92.

  10. Alex says:

    I love Shelton’s style of play, the way he hits, his toughness, his energy, his passion, everything!

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