The biggest change in the infrastructure of the sprawling complex in the New York borough of Queens will be the unveiling of the new 14,000-seat Louis Armstrong Stadium.
Abloh -- artist, architect, friend of Kanye West and artistic director of Louis Vuitton -- created two dresses for the court, one for the day in white and one for evening in black.
The Romanian, who cited soreness in her right Achilles, said she still plans to take part in the upcoming US Open.
Halep, who claimed the Montreal title a week ago and came into the final on a nine-match winning streak, ran out of reserves and was unable to stop the mounting Bertens momentum.
Djokovic claimed the opening set in 37 minutes and came back from an early break in the second to overhaul his longtime rival as they played for the 46th time.
Federer, a seven-time champion here, will be bidding to increase his tournament leading total, while Djokovic is keen to win the only Masters 1000 tournament missing from his trophy collection.
Kosmos, an investment group led by Barcelona football star Gerard Pique with Japanese and Chinese support, will spend $3 billion over 25 years on the new event.
The seven-time champion beat fellow Swiss Stan Wawrinka 6-7 (2-7), 7-6 (8-6), 6-2.
Five-time finalist Djokovic is dreaming of finally breaking through at the only one of the prestigious Masters 100 events that he has never won.
Simona Halep and Elina Svitolina advanced efficiently after a day of rain interruptions, both seeds reaching the quarter-finals
Novak Djokovic's third-round struggle with defending champion Grigor Dimitrov was halted by rain,
The reform plan will create a November finals with 18 teams: 12 winners from 24-team home and away qualifying in February, the prior year's four semi-finalists and two wild-card nations.
The seventh-seeded Spaniard was playing her first match since losing in the second round of her Wimbledon title defence.
Around 120 delegates at the International Tennis Federation's annual meeting in Orlando will decide whether proposals by federation chief David Haggerty are to be given the go-ahead.
Federer's defeat of the 47th-ranked German in 72 minutes marked his first step towards a possible eighth title at the tournament.