The 33-year-old needed to burrow for around five hours to pound the Russian and bring his Grand Slam vocation count to 19, only one behind Roger Federer's unique record.
Rafael Nadal conquered a god-like test from fifth-seeded Daniil Medvedev by overcoming him 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4 out of an exciting last to guarantee his fourth U.S. Open crown on Sunday, verifying his nineteenth Grand Slam title by and large.
Playing his 6th last in the Flushing Meadows, the Spaniard demonstrated how he has been an ace on hardcourts this New York fortnight, after previously indicating how he is the King of Clay. The 33-year-old needed to burrow forceful profound for around five hours to pound the Russian and bring his Grand Slam vocation count to 19, only one behind Roger Federer's record-breaking record.
The lefthander turned into the second most established U.S. Open hero in the expert time behind Australian Ken Rosewall, who was 35 when he lifted the title in 1970.
While the ladies have presented four diverse Grand Slam victors this season, the old gatekeeper of Nadal, Federer and Novak Djokovic keep on the decision the men's down with the "Big Three" having joined to win the last 12 majors.
Then, Daniil Medvedev climbed the ATP positioning to be the World No. 4 behind the previously mentioned names.