Novak Djokovic created a faultless execution to beat Juan Martin del Potro in the US Open last and win his fourteenth Grand Slam title.
The 31-year-old Serb won 6-3 7-6 (7-4) 6-3 to win his third triumph in New York and equivalent American awesome Pete Sampras’ pull of real trophies.
Djokovic, who won Wimbledon in July, will move to third on the planet after consecutive Grand Slam triumphs.
Just incredible adversaries Roger Federer (20) and Rafael Nadal (17) have won more.
Argentine third seed Del Potro, 29, was playing his first Grand Slam last since winning the 2009 US Open, having nearly stopped the amusement in 2015 in view of various wrist harms.
A children’s story complete at Flushing Meadows was not to be, be that as it may, as previous world number one Djokovic’s quality shone through.
Djokovic, who was seeded 6th, is one of just eight men to win the Wimbledon-US Open twofold and has now achieved that accomplishment for a third time.
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The Serb pummeled a forehand volley to wellbeing on his first match direct, dropping toward the floor and spreading out on his back with his arms and legs outstretched in festivity.
Subsequent to embracing his awesome companion at the net, Djokovic hopped into his container to celebrate with his better half Jelena and group. Del Potro separated in wild tears on his seat.
“It is difficult to talk at the present time,” Del Potro said on court. “I’m dismal in light of the fact that I lose yet I’m glad for Novak.”
After the debate encompassing Serena Williams’ thrashing by Naomi Osaka in Saturday’s ladies’ last, a brilliant match between two of the best male players guaranteed tennis was by and by the argument.