NEW YORK -- The Latest on the U.S. Open (all times local):8:45 p.m.U.S. Open champion Stan Wawrinka took time out at the end of his victory speech to remember the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.Its been a big battle on the court ... four hours, Wawrinka told the crowd in Arthur Ashe Stadium after defeating No. 1-ranked Novak Djokovic 6-7 (1), 6-4, 7-5, 6-3. But I just want to remember what happened 15 years ago.The Swiss Wawrinkas statement on court followed that of American Bethanie Mattek-Sands, who won the womens doubles title with Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic, and appeared to choke up during her victory speech, telling the crowd: Its a special day today here for everybody in New York.---8:20 p.m.Pointing to his temple after winning the biggest of points, Stan Wawrinka wore Novak Djokovic down and beat the defending champion 6-7 (1), 6-4, 7-5, 6-3 on Sunday for his first U.S. Open title and third Grand Slam trophy overall.The 31-year-old Wawrinka is the oldest U.S. Open mens champion since Ken Rosewall was 35 in 1970.Yet he already had gained the upper hand by the time No. 1 Djokovic clutched at his left leg and grimaced after missing a forehand while getting broken early in the fourth set. From there, Djokovic briefly began conceding points, showing little of the fight hes so famous for, and received treatment on both feet from a trainer.The No. 3-seeded Wawrinka has won only five of 24 career meetings against No. 1 Djokovic, but has now beaten the 12-time major champion on the way to each of his own Grand Slam titles, including in the 2014 Australian Open quarterfinals and 2015 French Open final.---7:55 p.m.Novak Djokovic received a medical timeout to get treatment on his feet.The call for the trainer came with Djokovic down 2 sets to 1 to Stan Wawrinka down 1/3 in the fourth set, and came after he appeared to gripping at his legs and grimacing, as if he had cramps.But when he went to the trainer he removed both shoes and socks and got treatment on what appeared to be blisters on his toes.At one point, Djokovic turned to Wawrinka as he as receiving treatment and said, Sorry man, couldnt stand.Wawrinka had earlier complained to the chair umpire that such timeouts should wait for the changeover.---7:25 p.m.Stan Wawrinka is one set from winning the U.S. Open against top-ranked Novak Djokovic.Wawrinka won the third set 7-5 to take a two sets to one lead in Sundays final. The third-seeded Wawrinka broke Djokovics serve in the final game for the second straight set.Wawrinka is looking to improve to 3-0 in his career in major finals, which includes a victory over Djokovic at last years French Open. Hes won the last 10 tournament finals hes contested.---6:10 p.m.Stan Wawrinka has evened up the U.S. Open final against Novak Djokovic at a set apiece.The two-time major champ won the second set 6-4 after Djokovic won the first in a tiebreaker. Wawrinka broke Djokovics serve in the final game on the Serbs 14th unforced error of the set.After a shaky start to the match, Wawrinka started to find his form late in the first set, and that continued in the second.---5:35 p.m.Felix Auger-Aliassime of Canada won the U.S. Open junior title Sunday, beating Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia 6-3, 6-0.For the No. 6-seeded Auger-Aliassime, his victory over the fifth-seeded Kecmanovic gives him his first Grand Slam junior singles title after reaching the final at the French Open and winning the boys doubles title at this years French Open and last years U.S. Open. He and fellow Canadian Benjamin Sigouin lost in the U.S. Open junior doubles final Saturday.The 16-year-old Auger-Aliassime is the second Canadian to take the Open junior title, joining 2013 champion Felip Peliwo.---5:25 p.m.Novak Djokovic has won the first set of the U.S. Open final against Stan Wawrinka in a tiebreaker.Djokovic dominated the tiebreaker 7-1 after some shaky moments earlier in the set. He wasted two set points against Wawrinkas serve while leading 5-2, then got broken when he tried to serve out the set in the next game, double-faulting on break point.But in the tiebreaker, a backhand passing shot by Djokovic put him up 3-1, and he won the next four points to close out the set.---4:40 p.m.A moment of silence was observed at the U.S. Open to mark the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.Broadway performer Norm Lewis, who was set to sing the national anthem in Arthur Ashe Stadium prior to the mens singles final between Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka, asked the crowd to observe the moment in memory of those lost 15 years ago today.A huge American flag was unfurled over the court, presented by a Brooklyn-based U.S. Marine Corp battalion. Another gesture was painted on the middle of the court: 9/11/01.Earlier, American Bethanie Mattek-Sands , who wore star-spangled socks and sweatbands while winning the doubles title with Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic, choked up during her victory speech, saying, Its a special day today here for everybody in New York.---4:20 p.m.Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka are playing for the U.S. Open championship.The top-ranked Djokovic is seeking his 13th major title. Wawrinka is looking for his third, but he beat Djokovic in last years French Open final.Overall, Djokovic is 4-2 against the third-seeded Wawrinka at the majors.---4:15 p.m.Sixteen-year-old Kayla Day has won the U.S. Open junior tournament, completing an American sweep of the girls singles and doubles.The No. 5-seeded Day defeated 13th-seeded Viktoria Kuzmova of Slovakia 6-3, 6-2 Sunday. Day, from Santa Barbara, California, earlier this year reached the semifinals of the Wimbledon juniors. She also won the national 18 championships that earned her a wild card into the Opens main draw, where she advanced past Madison Brengle before losing to No. 8-seeded Madison Keys.In the girls doubles final Saturday, the U.S. team of Jada Hart and Ena Shibahara defeated fellow Americans Day and Caroline Dolehide 4-6, 6-2, 13-11. In the boys final, Juan Carlos Manuel Aguilar of Bolivia and Felipe Meligeni Rodrigues Alves of Brazil defeated the No. 3-seeded Canadian team of Felix Auger-Alliassime and Benjamin Sigouin, 6-3, 7-6 (4).In the Opens American Collegiate Invitational tournament that ended Saturday, Thai-Son Kwiatkowski and Danielle Collins, both of Virginia, won the singles titles. Collins, a two-time NCAA singles champion, beat Michigans Ronit Yurovsky, 6-2, 6-4, while Kwiatkowski beat Austin Smith, of Georgia, 6-2, 6-2.---2:58 p.m.Bethanie Mattek-Sands is the first American to win the U.S. Open womens doubles championship since Liezel Huber and Lisa Raymond in 2011.No U.S. player had even reached the final since then, until Mattek-Sands and Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic took the title Sunday.During the final, which was played on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Mattek-Sands wore knee-high socks and a left wrist band with the same red-and-white-striped, star-spangled design she did while teaming with Jack Sock to win a gold medal in mixed doubles at the Rio Olympics last month.During the trophy ceremony, Mattek-Sands choked up and her eyes filled with tears as she told the crowd: Its a special day today here for everybody in New York.---2:25 p.m.Bethanie Mattek-Sands of the United States and Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic won the U.S. Open womens doubles title for their third Grand Slam trophy as a pair, beating the top-seeded French team of Caroline Garcia and Kristina Mladenovic 2-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4 on Sunday.Mattek-Sands and Safarova, who were seeded 12th, added this championship to those from the Australian Open and French Open in 2015.They trailed by a set and a break on Sunday before coming all the way back. 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The 43-year-old Rivera tossed 81 pitches the last five days in blowing three consecutive save chances, the roughest patch of his 19-year career. Rivera spoke with pitching coach Larry Rothschild before the game and said he could pitch but preferred a day off. "Mos never going to back out on a situation. Never," manager Joe Girardi said. "And thats where a pitching coach and a manager -- you have to manage a player. Sometimes they just need a day no matter if they want to go out there a lot." Fans chanted "We want Mo!" after Logan relieved to begin the ninth and allowed a leadoff single to J.B. Shuck that hit first base. After Logan struck out Kole Calhoun, Robertson entered and heard cries for Rivera while he threw his warm-up pitches. "A little different," Robertson said. "Its not easy to pitch when the crowds chanting We want Mo! when youre warming up." 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We knew we needed a lot of distance out of him tonight." Curtis Granderson homered in the seventh inning and Brett Gardner had an RBI single in the third for New York,, which has won three of four after losing four in a row.dddddddddddd. The Yankees have consecutive wins for the first time since winning three straight July 10-12. Granderson connected off Garrett Richards for his third homer of the season in his 59th at-bat of an injury-plagued season. "Im getting there," Granderson said. "Theres no way to mirror the four months I missed. The timing is not there right now." Richards (3-5) was impressive in his first start at Yankee Stadium since his big league debut in 2011. He allowed seven hits in eight innings and made several nice plays on comebackers. "Garrett was terrific," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "I thought he had really good stuff: mixed in his breaking pitches with his fastball. That was a terrific game for Garrett." Rodriguez started at third base for the second straight day for the first time since returning from hip surgery last week. The fickle New York fans gave him a mixed reception when he came to the plate it in the first, and cheered when he singled. But the boos grew as he hit into two 6-4-3 double plays, one in the fourth and another in the sixth, the latter with runners on first and second and one out. Batting .221 in his first year with Los Angeles, Hamilton doubled to open the second, but grounded into a double play after Trout had an infield hit leading off the seventh for the Angels second hit. "He kept us off balance," Trout said of Kuroda. "A lot of fastball counts, he threw off-speed and, like I said, kept us off balance." Rodriguez got New Yorks first hit, a leadoff single in the second, but he was caught running on Lyle Overbays strikeout to end a 10-pitch at-bat. Eduardo Nunez singled with one out in the third, advanced on Chris Stewarts groundout and scored on Gardners single. NOTES: Trouts high school baseball field in New Jersey was dedicated in his honour earlier Monday in a ceremony at the Empire State Building. ... Angels LHP Jason Vargas (6-4) is set to come off the disabled list (blood clot) Tuesday and start against CC Sabathia (9-10). Scioscia would not say who will be coming out of the rotation. ... Yankees SS (right calf strain) Derek Jeter began "tee and toss" today in the indoor cage. ... Trout appeared on a New York sports radio station earlier Monday and said PED users "should be out of the game if you get caught." When asked about his comments later in the Angels clubhouse, he referred all questions to the teams player rep, C.J. Wilson. ' ' '