Spain star Rafael Nadal has won the US Open and his 19th Grand Slam victory for the fourth time in a tennis career. Nadal won 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6 and 6-4 to 5-seeded Russian Danil Medvedev in the final of the US Open last night. The 4-hour 50-minute fight was the final of the US Open men’s unit. Nadal-Medvedev’s final didn’t touch the record for the most lasting match in the US Open final for just 4 minutes. Nevertheless, 24,000 spectators attended Arthur Ash Stadium, which was a fun final.
Nadal won the 2017 Open title. He retired from the semifinals of the next season. Nadal chose the US Open this time to regret his failure to win the title. “It’s very important for me to win the title this time around,” he said before the tournament began. Goodbye to Sammy in the room, it hurts me. “
Nadal has finally met his goal in US Open
He won the 19th Grand Slam. Nadal is now just one title behind Roger Federer of Switzerland, who won the men’s singles Grand Slam. Federer is on top of 20 Grand Slam wins. Nadal will miss Federer if he wins the Australian Open title in January next year.
“It was one of the most emotional nights in my tennis career,” Nadal said after winning the final. It was a really great final. There was also an exciting final. The audience enjoyed the clash. ‘
Medvedev lost the title despite a great final game. Frustrated Medvedev greets Nadal. “I wish Nadal the best of luck,” she said. The 19 Grand Slam wins are incredible, terrible. ‘
Serbia’s Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Nadal won the last 12 Us O-pen titles. Of these, four are Nadal.
Australia’s Ken Roswell made history at the US O-pen in 1970 at the age of 35. At the age of 33, Nadal made it to the record books at the US-Open.
Grand Slam for One Men
- Roger Federer (Switzerland) – 20
- Rafael Nadal (Spain) – 19
- Novak Djokovic (Serbia) – 16
- Pete Sampras (USA) – 14
- Roy Emerson (Australia) – 12