Novak Djokovic wins US Open 2015 Final Beating Roger Federer

Novak Djokovic Wins US Open 2015 Final Beating Roger Federer In Epic Battle

US Open 2015 Men’s Final: It would not be unusual obtaining any easier for Djokovic to beat Roger Federer. However, in their 42nd experience, over 4 attractive begins the final of the 2015 US Open, the Swiss discovered it significantly tough to uncover the best defense in tennis, despite believing his new-found attacking interest at the net, and lost a slam decider to the world No 1 for the third time in a row.

While they now stand at 21 wins apiece in a competition extending backside 8 years, this one – 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 in three hours and 20 minutes on Sunday nighttime for the 10th leading of Djokovic’s profession – emphasized that the Serbian has dragged away from the Swiss on the most important stages. Only Stan Wawrinka, in Paris, stopped his charge at a calendar slam.

There have been exclusively two points within this one right at the end, but the disparity appeared a little greater than that in the exiting frame. However, what a battling and also adventurous energy it was by Federer, who advanced to the net 59 times, winning the point 39 times. Still, he had 23 chances to break, as well as might only convert four of them. Djokovic, so comfortable in those crises as well took his likelihood with additional guarantee, six times in 13.

US Open 2015 Men's final winner

US Open Tennis Men’s Final 2015 Winner: Novak Djokovic

US Open Tennis Men’s Final Winner: Novak Djokovic is a winner of US Tennis Men’s Final 2015. Novak Djokovic added few lines after finishing of the match. Novak Djokovic of Serbia with the US Open Trophy after beating Roger Federer of Switzerland in the men’s singles final at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Novak Djokovic, of Serbia, falls to the court while trying to return a shot to Roger Federer.

Djokovic said after the match- “I have to share my admiration for Roger, everything he’s still doing for tennis. It was a tough one tonight. I have a tremendous respect for Roger, an incredible record,” he added. “Coming on court knowing you are playing against probably the best player in the game adds a little bit more pressure. I knew he was going to be very aggressive. It was a quite incredible evening for me.”

Federer said: “Felt great to be back in a [US] final after six years. I’ve had a wonderful two weeks, very happy with my tennis. I enjoyed it and thought it was a great match. It’s been a good rivalry, maybe not tonight. I think we walk away from it knowing more about our games and more about ourselves.”

Djokovic’s movement shrinks the court, making his opponent cut his margin for error, and there were sixteen unforced errors from his side in the opening set. Also, the Serb’s high class return of serve also sees the Swiss’s first delivery percentage go down, and that was again the case.

US Open 2015 Men's final winner

Novak Djokovic Beats Roger Federer, Wins U.S. Open Men’s Final

Novak Djokovic won the U.S. Open final, defeating Roger Federer and taking home his third major title of 2015.

Federer was off to a rocky start from the start of the match. Djokovic, for his part, took a hard fall on his right arm in the first set, which left him bleeding, but still took the first set.

Federer tied it up with his old rival when he won the second set. But he couldn’t keep up with the world No. 1 in the third and fourth sets, and Djokovic won, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4.

The crowd, numbering more than 20,000, was vocally — even raucously — pro-Federer. The Swiss superstar has won the U.S. Open five times, and has 17 majors under his belt, but his last Grand Slam championship was in 2012.

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Novak Djokovic US Open 2015 Men's winner


US Open 2015 tennis men's winner Novak Djokovic
A delighted Novak Djokovic holds the US Open trophy up in the air
Djokovic kisses the US Open 2015 wins trophy
Djokovic kisses the US Open trophy after his 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 victory over Roger Federer
Djokovic kisses the trophy US Open Men's final winner
Djokovic kisses the trophy amid a storm of red, white and blue confetti

Suresh Choudhary

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