Novak Djokovic Defeats Roger Federer In US Open Final: Federer Most Hurt

By Neha Bakshi | 2 years ago
Novak Djokovic Defeats Roger Federer In US Open Final: Federer Most Hurt
Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic remains as the undisputed king of professional tennis, clinching the Grand Slam 2015 again by defeating Roger Federer. Federer is currently world’s No 2 while No 1 position is undoubtedly dominated by the three times Grand Slam Winner Djokovic. Read on to find out more about the scoop.

Djokovic won with 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 scores in the US Open Final at Arthur Ashe Stadium, New York, defeating the 34-year-old Federer for the third consecutive time. It was their 14th such big meeting while overall the 42nd Grand Slam Finale. Federer has bid to become the oldest US Open champion in 45 years after the last match.

Indeed, Federer played a wonderful game but could definitely not match up to the fast reflexes of the Serbian opponent where he could only convert 23 breaking points in the match.

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While fighting for two points at one end, Federer was said to advance the net 59 times while winning the 39 points out of that. He could just convert 4 of the 23 left chances. Whereas Djokovic remain calm and composed in the crisis and made 6 out 13 chances.

The winner of ten major single titles Djokovic has added a feather to his cap by becoming the third player who has reached to the finals of all four grand slams in the same season after Rod Laver and Roger Federer.

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According to The Guardian, in an excerpt, Novak Djokovic said that he admires Roger for his game and he feels great to compete with one of the best tennis player of the world. He added that it was tough game and was aware that the he was going to be aggressive, alas an incredible game played!

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Neha graduated in Electronic Media and has worked with Timea group for 3 years. She is passionate about learning languages and is certified French Language Expert. She joined MNG in 2015.