Welcome to episode 96 and our U.S. Open recap. By now you know that Sloane Stephens and Rafael Nadal are your singles champions. It still doesn't seem real, but we try to get to the bottom of a truly inspired performance by Sloane in New York. Nadal put aside a shaky start to the tournament to find some of his best tennis, finishing with a sublime exhibiton against Kevin Anderson in the final for his 16th Slam title. We revisit some of the more memorable moments and performances from the tournament, and induct our second ever member of The Body Serve Hall of Fame. We finish with another trip to the Maria well, this time to call out the racist BS from the Serena chapter of her book. 01:18 Jonathan apologizes to Venus fans and to Sloane 03:20 How exactly did Sloane do ALL THAT?!?! 11:21 Sloane evolves before our eyes, pitch perfect on and off the court 16:52 Venus and Petra are THE TRUTH; they deliver the goods again! 22:50 El Decimosexto de Rafa: proving the doubters wrong yet again 29:06 All the credit in the world to Kevin Anderson 34:33 Relitigating the start of 2013 and "I Made You" 44:36 Doubles Standards: time to up the ante 49:43 TBS Hall of Fame: Arigato, Kimiko 54:10 Parsing through the post-Open rankings 60:58 Alicia "Tornado" Black: GO FUND HER!!! 63:08 Sashay away, Tom Rinaldi! 66:54 Maria is truly unstoppable...with the MESS! We have had it.