Tiffany Will Make a Change to U.S. Open Trophies This Year
The jeweler will engrave the winners’ keepsake trophies on-site for athletes to take home.
The jeweler has created trophies for the U.S. Open for the past 37 years. It crafts all tournament trophies, including the keepsake trophies tournament winners take home and keep permanently.
The keepsake trophies are same-size replicas of the historic tournament trophies awarded annually that remain with the U.S. Open.
Evolving the tradition, this year Tiffany & Co. will engrave the keepsake trophies with the winners’ names on-site, so they are immediately ready for the champions.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Open awarding equal prize money to men and women.
In honor of the historic date, Tiffany & Co. is creating two special trophies, a Lifetime Achievement trophy and a Leadership Award, which will be presented at the first “Champions of Equality” event to two women in the sport.
The event is slated for Sept. 7, the same date as the women’s semifinals.
Visitors to the U.S. Open will be able to experience an immersive Tiffany & Co. booth during the tournament this year too.
Located at the South Plaza, the booth will highlight the USTA and Tiffany’s partnership. Expect to see Tiffany Blue tennis balls at the activation, as well as interactive augmented reality features.
Replica trophies for the men’s and women’s singles championship also will be on display.
U.S. Open trophies are handcrafted each year at Tiffany’s holloware workshop in Cumberland, Rhode Island.
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