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US Open 2019 men's singles final: Nadal closes to the title, approaching Federer's record?

US Open 2019 men's singles final: Nadal closes to the title, approaching Federer's record?

Nadal's opponent in the 2019 US Open final is Daniil Medvedev. If Nadal wins, he will win the fourth US Open title and the 19th Grand Slam in his career, only one less than Federer.

Rafael Nadal vs Daniil Medvedev match information:

Time: September 9th 2019, 04:00 (GMT+8)

Surface: Hardcourt outdoor

Competition: 2019 US Open men's singles final

On the way to the finals of the US Open 2019, Rafael Nadal only lost 1 set against Marin Cilic in round 4.

Nadal's opponent in the final is Daniil Medvedev, the young talent from the country of birch has shown a very impressive performance at the US Open this year, in turn beating famous players like Wawrinka (quarterfinals). ) or Dimitrov (semi-final).

For the second time in a month, Nadal and Medvedev clashed. Quite especially when both times, they faced each other in the grand finals finals: Rogers Cup in Montreal (Canada) last month and US Open in New York (USA).

At the first face-to-face, Medvedev lost 3-6, 0-6 to Rafa and the Russian tennis player was expecting a perfect debt collection before "Gaur" in the first player born in 1996 in Moscow. reached the final of a Grand Slam.

Nadal has won the US Open three times in 2010, 2013 and 2017. If he wins Medvedev in the next match, Rafa will equalize the number of crowns at Flushing Meadows like two predecessors of the host country, Robert Wrenn (before the century). Originally Open) and John McEnroe (won the US Open 4 times).

At that time, Nadal will also have 19 Grand Slam singles, only Federer's record less than 1 title. At the same time, Nadal will also widen the gap with Djokovic when more than Serbian 3 Grand Slam player.

As for Medvedev, the young Russian player is dreaming of revenge against Nadal at the Rogers Cup and crowning the US Open right the first time he reaches the Grand Slam final.

Prior to this battle, most experts believed that Nadal's victory was superior to Daniil Medvedev. Most likely, the match will not last more than 4 sets.