Rafael Nadal wins thrilling US Open final to close in on Roger Federer Grand Slam haul

After edging a gutsy Daniil Medvedev at a five-set epic to go to within one Grand Slam of Roger Federer’s all-time album rafael Nadal claimed his fourth US Open.
The Spanish seed directed by two sets and a break prior to Medvedev launched an awesome comeback. Nadal eventually ran out 7-5 6-3 5-7 4-6 6-4 winner against the fifth seed following four hours and 50 minutes of tennis.
Medvedev is among the latest players in men’s tennis having attained a fourth consecutive closing of a hard-court tournament, somehow battled back from two sets and a break before Nadal finally extinguished the Russian’s match in the fifth to secure a 19th Grand Slam.
The 33-year-old Spaniard understands become the all-time important document holder and the door is open for him to overhaul Federer.
Medvedev, knew the size of this task that he faced in his first major final, but he established only the break point Nadal had faced during the opening match in the entire tournament, sending a message.
The underdog wasn’t able to take his chance on that occasion but he did so on the next service game for an early 2-1 advantage of Nadal. He was, however, not able to solidify his opportunity with an aggressive Nadal biting back immediately.
Star Medvedev came via a game, saving three break points however there was no escaping Nadal’s clutches in the 12th game using all the deadly forehand of this Spaniard offering him the set after 62 minutes.
The job of an upset of medvedev was developing impossible knowing that Nadal had been 15-1 in Grand Slam finals from this place.
Nadal, who beat the game in August, gradually broke Medvedev’s resistance at the set for a 4-2 lead .
The odds of a Medvedev comeback were nigh-on-impossible bearing in mind that the past US Open winner to return from a two-set shortage in the closing has been Pancho Gonzales over Ted Schroeder at 1949 and Nadal’s album was an unbelievable 208-1 after winning the first two sets in his whole career.
The writing seemed to be on the wall for Medvedev, After Nadal broke through in the fifth game. However, he found a second wind restore parity and to strike . The Russian demonstrated plenty of mettle to save a break point in the game then rallied to pull an set back. He struck 18 winners, winning 14 of their 15 points.
The closing turned into a massive physical battle with both guys pushing each other. It had been Medvedev who looked the fresher participant late in the fourth using the relentless Russian nailing a screaming backhand winner on set point to send the contest to a setting set shoot-out – first time that had happened because Britain’s Andy Murray conquer Novak Djokovic at 2012.
That didn’t appear to impede his court-coverage that was pristine although medvedev received treatment on his left hand before the fifth. Nadal was pressured into saving three break-point chances on his service game and then he dug deep to grab a 3-2 edge after a second epic rally.
A double-break followed but the play lasted as the Spaniard was handed a time violation in the eighth game, after which he served a double-fault by umpire Ali Nili.
Medvedev remained ice cool to save two tournament points on serve from the next, but Nadal finally stumbled across the winning line with a return by the bringing to an end a truly remarkable.
Federer holds the guys’s record of his opportunities and in 38 20 personalities to win yet another are waning, making both match points that the Swiss squandered against Novak Djokovic from the this year’s Wimbledon closing to endure.
Djokovic remains on 16 and Nadal will be odds on to pick up a French Open title and fitness allowing, while he could fancy his chances in Australia in January, he’s at least a few more Roland Garros wins in him.

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