Magnificent Daniil Medvedev claims US Open crown to deny Djokovic Calendar Grand Slam

Daniil Medvedev captured the first major title of his career while denying Novak Djokovic the Calendar Grand Slam following a straight-sets victory in the US Open final.

The inspired second seed became only the fourth Russian to triumph at Flushing Meadows – after Marat Safin, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Maria Sharapova – following his 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 success.

Meanwhile, an uncharacteristically lacklustre Djokovic missed out on the opportunity to become only the second male of the Open Era – after Rod Laver in 1969 – to win all four Slams in the same calendar year.

The world number one also remains locked on 20 major titles after seeing the chance to leapfrog Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal go begging.

Runner-up to Nadal here in 2019, Medvedev had dropped just a single set on the way to reaching his second final on Ashe.

The second seed capitalised on a nervy start by three-time champion Djokovic, who surrendered a 40-15 lead in the opening game before a couple of unforced errors cost him an early break of serve.

It was a crucial one too as the first set went with serve, with Medvedev holding to love in game 10 to edge his nose in front.

Losing the opening set for the fifth match running, Djokovic was clearly struggling and his frustration boiled over midway through the second; the world number one smashing his racket and receiving a warning from the umpire.

His opponent broke in the fifth game on the way to opening up a two-set advantage on Ashe.

Djokovic recovered from losing the first two sets to defeat Stefanos Tsitsipas in the French Open final back in June.

But his hopes of repeating that feat were fading fast as Medvedev broke twice and hit his 14th ace of the contest to open a commanding 4-0 advantage in the third.

The world number two set up Championship point in game eight but, incredibly, hit successive double-faults as Djokovic somehow managed to cling onto faint aspirations of emulating Laver 52 years earlier.

However, Medvedev made no mistake in his next service game and that maiden Slam was secured when the top seed sent a desperate backhand slice into the tape.

Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev will go toe-to-toe in the men’s final of the 2021 US Open on Sunday.

Djokovic got his revenge for the Tokyo Olympics Semi-Final loss against Zverev by defeating the German in a five-set thriller in the Semi-Finals at Flushing Meadows.

The Serb has lost the first set in five of his six matches in New York over the last fortnight, however he is currently on a 27-match winning streak in Grand Slams so far in 2021.

Nole hasn’t lost a completed match at the US Open since 2016 and he is the oldest player to fight for the US Open title since Andre Agassi’s run back in 2015.

Djokovic is now one win away from surpassing Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the race for most Grand Slams won.

Meanwhile, Medvedev has dropped just one set en route to reaching the final of the US Open. The Russian has no issue in defeating Felix auger-Aliassime in the semi-finals, having lost just 11 games in the process.

Medvedev is now one win away to become the first Russian player to win the US Open title since 2000 when Marat Safin demolished Pete Sampras in the final.

Djokovic and Medvedev have already fought for a Grand Slam title this year, as the pair met in the Australian Open final at the beginning of the year. Nole won that final with ease (7-5, 6-2, 6-2) so it will be interesting to see if Medvedev will get his revenge tonight.

Our best prediction for this match is Over 3.5 Sets at odds of 6/10 with Bet365.

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Novak Djokovic will be seeking revenge when he takes on Alexander Zverev in the second Semi-Final of the 2021 US Open.

Djokovic has lost just two of his last 29 matches, and one of these defeats was against Zverev in the Semi-Finals of the recent Tokyo Olympics.

The Serbian star will be looking for revenge for sure, but his performance here in Flushing Meadows this year has been slightly indifferent. Nole has dropped the opening set in four of his five matches at the US Open 2021, including in the quarterfinals against Matteo Berrettini.

Djokovic is now just two victories away from completing a historic Calendar Grand Slam. In addition, if he will win the US Open, then Nole will overtake both Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer in the Grand Slam race for the first time in his career.

Meanwhile, Zverev has won 19 of his last 20 matches and he is currently on a 16-match winning streak on hard courts. During this run, the German won the Gold medal at the Olympics and lift the title in Cincinnati.

Here at the 2021 US Open, Alexander has defeated the likes of Querrey, Ramos, Sock, Sinner, and Harris while dropping just one set in the process.

We expect a close contest, so our prediction is Over 3.5 Sets at odds of 6/10 with Bet365.

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Novak Djokovic is now just two wins away from a record-breaking 21st Grand Slam title following a four-set victory over Matteo Berrettini in the US Open quarter-finals.

The world number one recovered from losing the opening set to advance to his 12th Flushing Meadows semi-final a 5-7, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 winner.

It also marked the third successive Slam in which Djokovic had overcome the Italian, having also prevailed at the same stage of this year’s French Open as well as the Wimbledon final.

The Serbian will overtake Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal’s tally of 20 Slam titles should he go on to lift the trophy.

He is now within touching distance of becoming only the second male player of the Open Era to win a Calendar Grand Slam – with his Australian, French and Wimbledon titles already in the bag – and first since Rod Laver in 1969.

Just like in their Wimbledon showpiece less than nine weeks earlier, Berrettini landed the first blow as he broke in game 11 on the way to taking a lengthy opening set that lasted one hour and 17 minutes.

Although, it was also a case of déjà vu from the All England Club as Djokovic came roaring back by dominating the next two sets to turn the contest on its head.

He then controlled proceedings in the fourth to set up a mouth-watering last-four clash with Alexander Zverev on Friday.

Meanwhile, Maria Sakkari became the first Greek woman to reach the singles semi-finals at the final major of the season, after a straight-sets victory over former runner-up Karolina Pliskova.

Enjoying her best run at Flushing Meadows, 17th seed Sakkari was clinical on serve; winning 22 consecutive points during her service games to take the opening set 6-4.

The same scoreline in the next did the trick for the Roland Garros semi-finalist, who will play Britain’s teenage sensation Emma Raducanu in the last four.

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Novak Djokovic launches his quest to complete the Calendar Grand Slam against Holger Rune on Day Two of the US Open on Tuesday.

Having already triumphed in Australia, Roland Garros and Wimbledon, the world number one is looking to become only the second player to win all four Slams during the same year in the Open Era after Rod Laver achieved the feat in 1969.

Though for all his success in 2021, three-time champion Djokovic arrives at Flushing Meadows with something of a point to prove after failing to land an Olympic medal in Tokyo earlier this month.

Nevertheless, the Serbian should be confident of progressing without too many difficulties against Danish qualifier Rune, who is a former French Open junior champion.

Elsewhere, Olympic gold medallist – and 2020 US Open runner-up – Alexander Zverev begins his mission to go one better in a tricky tie against former Wimbledon semi-finalist Sam Querrey.

Wimbledon runner-up Matteo Berrettini opens against Jeremy Chardy as seventh seed Denis Shapovalov faces Federico Delbonis.

Jannik Sinner is eyeing his fourth hard-court title in the past 12 months. The 13th seed plays Max Purcell, while Wimbledon semi-finalist Hubert Hurkacz takes on Egor Gerasimov.

Olympic silver medallist Karen Khachanov goes up against Lloyd Harris as Pablo Carreno Busta, who took bronze in Tokyo, clashes with Maxime Cressy.

Meanwhile, Alex de Minaur and recently married Gael Monfils face Taylor Fritz and Federico Corea respectively.

In the Ladies’ draw, Wimbledon champion Ashleigh Barty is looking to complete part three of a Career Grand Slam.

The world number one’s quest begins against 2010 finalist Vera Zvonareva, while 2019 winner Bianca Andreescu plays Viktorija Golubic.

Olympic gold medallist Belinda Bencic looks to build on her momentum against Arantxa Rus as Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, who took gold in the doubles event, faces Alison Riske.

Wimbledon finalist Karolina Pliskova – also runner-up here in 2016 – begins her mission to go one better against Caty McNally, with two-time Grand Slam winner Petra Kvitova playing Polona Hercog.

Former French Open champion Iga Swiatek opens against Jamie Loeb, while Maria Sakkari and Karolina Muchova take on Marta Kostyuk and Sara Sorribes Tormo respectively.

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US Open 2021 Day Two Schedule

Tuesday August 31

ARTHUR ASHE STADIUM (5pm BST onwards)
A. Zverev (GER) [4] vs S. Querrey (USA)
A. Barty (AUS) [1] vs V. Zvonareva (RUS)
Not before 12am BST
N. Djokovic (SRB) [1] vs.H. Rune (DEN)
V. Golubic (SUI) vs.B. Andreescu (CAN) [6]

LOUIS ARMSTRONG STADIUM (4pm BST onwards)
K. Pliskova (CZE) [4] vs. C. McNally (USA)
E. Raducanu (GBR) vs. J. Brady (USA) [13]
F. Delbonis (ARG) vs. D. Shapovalov (CAN) [7]
Not before 12:00am BST
A. Riske (USA) vs. A. Pavlyuchenkova (RUS) [14]
T. Fritz (USA) vs. A. de Minaur (AUS) [14]

GRANDSTAND (4pm BST onwards)
S. Caruso (ITA) vs.K. Nishikori (JPN)
J. Chardy (FRA) vs. M. Berrettini (ITA) [6]
J. Loeb (USA) vs. I. Swiatek (POL) [7]
P. Kvitova (CZE) [10] vs. P. Hercog (SLO)

COURT 17 (4pm BST onwards)
S. Kwon (KOR) vs. R. Opelka (USA) [22]
B. Bencic (SUI) [11] vs. A. Rus (NED)
G. Monfils (FRA) [17] vs. F. Coria (ARG)
Not before 10pm BST
A. Potapova (RUS) vs. J. Pegula (USA) [23]

COURT 5 (4pm BST onwards)
M. Mcdonald (USA) vs. D. Goffin (BEL) [27]
Z. Diyas (KAZ) vs. A. Anisimova (USA)
S. Korda (USA) vs. N. Basilashvili (GEO)
S. Rogers (USA) vs. M. Brengle (USA)

COURT 10 (4pm BST onwards)
M. Kostyuk (UKR) vs. M. Sakkari (GRE) [17]
P. Badosa (ESP) [24] vs. A. Van Uytvanck (BEL)
M. Purcell (AUS) vs. J. Sinner (ITA) [13]
F. Fognini (ITA) [28] vs. V. Pospisil (CAN)

COURT 13 (4pm BST onwards)
A. Karatsev (RUS) [21] vs. J. Munar (ESP)
F. Ferro (FRA) vs. N. Hibino (JPN)
Y. Nishioka (JPN) vs. J. Sock (USA)
M. Doi (JPN) vs. S. Sanders (AUS)

COURT 4 (4pm BST onwards)
H. Baptiste (USA) vs. S. Zhang (CHN)
M. Trevisan (ITA) vs. C. Vandeweghe (USA)
P. Carreno Busta (ESP) [9] vs. M. Cressy (USA)
J. Brooksby (USA) vs. M. Ymer (SWE)

COURT 6 (4pm BST onwards)
K. Khachanov (RUS) [25] vs. L. Harris (RSA)
C. Burel (FRA) vs. C. Tauson (DEN)
S. Johnson (USA) vs. M. Marterer (GER)
K. Muchova (CZE) [22] vs. S. Sorribes Tormo (ESP)

COURT 7 (4pm BST onwards)
L. Musetti (ITA) vs. E. Nava (USA)
O. Otte (GER) vs. L. Sonego (ITA) [20]
A. Kontaveit (EST) [28] vs. S. Stosur (AUS)
S. Hsieh (TPE) vs. C. Liu (USA)

COURT 8 (4pm BST onwards)
A. Sevastova (LAT) vs. K. Siniakova (CZE)
A. Seppi (ITA) vs. M. Fucsovics (HUN)
M. Cecchinato (ITA) vs. Z. Svajda (USA)

COURT 9 (4pm BST onwards)
P. Cuevas (URU) vs. E. Escobedo (USA)
V. Gracheva (RUS) vs. N. Parrizas Diaz (ESP)
T. Griekspoor (NED) vs. J. Struff (GER)
L. Samsonova (RUS) vs. K. Boulter (GBR)

COURT 11 (4pm BST onwards)
A. Tomljanovic (AUS) vs. K. Volynets (USA)
H. Hurkacz (POL) [10] vs. E. Gerasimov (BLR)
A. Schmiedlova (SVK) vs. A. Krueger (USA)
T. Sandgren (USA) vs. I. Ivashka (BLR)

COURT 12 (4pm BST onwards)
D. Galfi (HUN) vs. P. Martic (CRO) [30]
Y. Hanfmann (GER) vs. A. Bublik (KAZ) [31]
R. Carballes Baena (ESP) vs. T. Paul (USA)
L. Davis (USA) vs. V. Tomova (BUL)

COURT 14 (4pm BST onwards)
A. Ramos-Vinolas (ESP) vs. L. Pouille (FRA)
C. Moutet (FRA) vs. S. Travaglia (ITA)
S. Cirstea (ROU) vs. V. Kudermetova (RUS) [29]
J. Ostapenko (LAT) [27] vs. N. Podoroska (ARG)

COURT 15 (4pm BST onwards)
D. Kudla (USA) vs. L. Djere (SRB)
J. Thompson (AUS) vs. G. Mager (ITA)
C. Bucsa (ESP) vs. J. Teichmann (SUI)
D. Kovinic (MNE) vs. K. Pliskova (CZE)

US Open Tennis takes place in New York from August 30 to September 12, and a live stream is available for all matches.

The fourth and final Grand Slam of the year will  be held on outdoor hard courts at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, with both the men’s and women’s singles draws featuring 32 seeded players and a host of qualifiers and wildcards.

Matches are held across 15 courts, including the three existing main show courts – Arthur Ashe Stadium, Louis Armstrong Stadium and Grandstand.

Dominic Thiem claimed the men’s singles title in 2020, defeating Alexander Zverev 2-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 in the final to claim his first Grand Slam crown.

Thiem became the first player in the Open Era to win from two sets down in a US Open final and the first Austrian player to win a Grand Slam singles title since Thomas Muster at the 1995 French Open.

Naomi Osaka secured her second women’s single title at the US Open with a 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 victory over Victoria Azarenka in the final.

The Japanese star became the first player to win the US Open women’s singles title after losing the first set since Arantxa Sánchez Vicario in 1994.

All US Open tennis matches are available to live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices to users in the UK and various other regions worldwide.

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2021 US Open Schedule

Date – Time Event Name Location
Monday 30 August 16:00 BST Men’s & women’s R1 matches Flushing Meadows
Tuesday 31 August 00:00 BST Men’s & women’s R1 matches Flushing Meadows
Tuesday 31 August 16:00 BST Men’s & women’s R1 matches Flushing Meadows
Wednesday 1 September 00:00 BST Men’s & women’s R1 matches Flushing Meadows
Wednesday 1 September 16:00 BST Men’s & women’s R2 matches Flushing Meadows
Thursday 2 September 00:00 BST Men’s & women’s R2 matches Flushing Meadows
Thursday 2 September 16:00 BST Men’s & women’s R2 matches Flushing Meadows
Friday 3 September 00:00 BST Men’s & women’s R2 matches Flushing Meadows
Friday 3 September 16:00 BST Men’s & women’s R3 matches Flushing Meadows
Saturday 4 September 00:00 BST Men’s & women’s R3 matches Flushing Meadows
Saturday 4 September 16:00 BST Men’s & women’s R3 matches Flushing Meadows
Sunday 5 September 00:00 BST Men’s & women’s R3 matches Roland Garros
Sunday 5 September 16:00 BST Men’s & women’s R16 matches Roland Garros
Monday 6 September 00:00 BST Men’s & women’s R16 matches Flushing Meadows
Monday 6 September 16:00 BST Men’s & women’s R16 matches Flushing Meadows
Tuesday 7 September 00:00 BST Men’s & women’s R16 matches Flushing Meadows
Tuesday 7 September 16:00 BST Men’s & women’s QFs Flushing Meadows
Wednesday 8 September 00:00 BST Men’s & women’s QFs Flushing Meadows
Wednesday 8 September 16:00 BST Men’s & women’s QFs Flushing Meadows
Thursday 9 September 00:00 BST Men’s & women’s QFs Flushing Meadows
Friday 10 September 00:00 BST Women’s Semi-Finals Flushing Meadows
Friday 10 September 21:00 BST Men’s Semi-Finals Flushing Meadows
Saturday 11 September 21:00 BST Women’s final Flushing Meadows
Sunday 12 September 21:00 BST Men’s final Flushing Meadows

 

US Open 2021 Player List

US Open Men’s Singles

Seeds

1. Novak Djokovic
2. Daniil Medvedev
3. Stefanos Tsitsipas
4. Alexander Zverev
5. Andrey Rublev
6. Matteo Berrettini
7. Denis Shapovalov
8. Casper Ruud
9. Pablo Carreño Busta
10. Hubert Hurkacz
11. Diego Schwartzman
12. Félix Auger-Aliassime
13. Jannik Sinner
14. Alex de Minaur
15. Grigor Dimitrov
16. Cristian Garín
17. Gaël Monfils
18. Roberto Bautista Agut
19. John Isner
20. Lorenzo Sonego
21. Aslan Karatsev
22. Reilly Opelka
23. Ugo Humbert
24. Daniel Evans
25. Karen Khachanov
26. Cameron Norrie
27. David Goffin
28. Fabio Fognini
29. Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
30. Milos Raonic
31. Marin Čilić
32. Alexander Bublik

Wildcards

Jenson Brooksby
Ernesto Escobedo
Brandon Nakashima
Emilio Nava
Max Purcell
Sam Riffice
Jack Sock
Zachary Svajda

Qualifiers

Maxime Cressy
Evgeny Donskoy
Christopher Eubanks
Peter Gojowczyk
Quentin Halys
Antoine Hoang
Cem İlkel
Ivo Karlović
Henri Laaksonen
Kamil Majchrzak
Maximilian Marterer
Alex Molčan
Oscar Otte
Holger Rune
Marco Trungelliti
Botic van de Zandschulp

Lucky losers

Mikhail Kukushkin
Bernabé Zapata Miralles

US Open Women’s Singles

Seeds

1. Ashleigh Barty
2. Aryna Sabalenka
3. Naomi Osaka
4. Karolína Plíšková
5. Elina Svitolina
6. Bianca Andreescu
7. Iga Świątek
8. Barbora Krejčíková
9. Garbiñe Muguruza
10. Petra Kvitová
11. Belinda Bencic
12. Simona Halep
13. Jennifer Brady
14. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
15. Elise Mertens
16. Angelique Kerber
17. Maria Sakkari
18. Victoria Azarenka
19. Elena Rybakina
20. Ons Jabeur
21. Coco Gauff
22. Karolína Muchová
23. Jessica Pegula
24. Paula Badosa
25. Daria Kasatkina
26. Danielle Collins
27. Jeļena Ostapenko
28. Anett Kontaveit
29. Veronika Kudermetova
30. Petra Martić
31. Yulia Putintseva
32. Ekaterina Alexandrova

Wildcards

Hailey Baptiste
Ashlyn Krueger
Caty McNally
Emma Navarro
Alycia Parks
Storm Sanders
CoCo Vandeweghe
Katie Volynets

Qualifiers

Katie Boulter
Cristina Bucșa
Olga Danilović
Harriet Dart
Dalma Gálfi
Valentini Grammatikopoulou
Ana Konjuh
Jamie Loeb
Rebecca Marino
Rebeka Masarova
Nuria Párrizas Díaz
Kristýna Plíšková
Emma Raducanu
Elena-Gabriela Ruse
Anna Karolína Schmiedlová
Astra Sharma

Lucky losers

Kristína Kučová
Mayar Sherif
Viktoriya Tomova

Former US Open champions (Open Era)

Year Men’s Champion Men’s Runner-up Women’s Champion Women’s Runner-up
1968 Arthur Ashe Tom Okker Virginia Wade Billie Jean King
1969 Rod Laver (2) Tony Roche Margaret Court (3) Nancy Richey
1970 Ken Rosewall Tony Roche Margaret Court (4) Rosemary Casals
1971 Stan Smith Jan Kodes Billie Jean King (2) Rosemary Casals
1972 Ilie Nastase Arthur Ashe Billie Jean King (3) Kerry Melville Reid
1973 John Newcombe Jan Kodes Margaret Court (5) Evonne Goolagong Cawley
1974 Jimmy Connors Ken Rosewall Billie Jean King (4) Evonne Goolagong Cawley
1975 Manuel Orantes Jimmy Connors Chris Evert Evonne Goolagong Cawley
1976 Jimmy Connors (2) Bjorn Borg Chris Evert (2) Evonne Goolagong Cawley
1977 Guillermo Vilas Jimmy Connors Chris Evert (3) Wendy Turnbull
1978 Jimmy Connors (3) Bjorn Borg Chris Evert (4) Pam Shriver
1979 John McEnroe Vitus Gerulaitis Tracy Austin Chris Evert
1980 John McEnroe (2) Bjorn Borg Chris Evert (5) Hana Mandlikova
1981 John McEnroe (3) Bjorn Borg Tracy Austin (2) Martina Navratilova
1982 Jimmy Connors (4) Ivan Lendl Chris Evert (6) Hana Mandlikova
1983 Jimmy Connors (5) Ivan Lendl Martina Navratilova Chris Evert
1984 John McEnroe (4) Ivan Lendl Martina Navratilova (2) Chris Evert
1985 Ivan Lendl John McEnroe Hana Mandlikova Martina Navratilova
1986 Ivan Lendl (2) Miroslav Mecir Martina Navratilova (3) Helena Sukova
1987 Ivan Lendl (3) Mats Wilander Martina Navratilova (4) Steffi Graf
1988 Mats Wilander Ivan Lendl Steffi Graf  Gabriela Sabatini
1989 Boris Becker Ivan Lendl Steffi Graf (2) Martina Navratilova
1990 Pete Sampras Andre Agassi Gabriela Sabatini Steffi Graf
1991 Stefan Edberg Jim Courier Monica Seles Martina Navratilova
1992 Stefan Edberg (2) Pete Sampras Monica Seles (2) Arantxa Sanchez Vicario
1993 Pete Sampras (2) Cedric Pioline Steffi Graf (3) Helena Sukova
1994 Andre Agassi Michael Stich Arantxa Sanchez Vicario Steffi Graf
1995 Pete Sampras (3) Andre Agassi Steffi Graf (4) Monica Seles
1996 Pete Sampras (4) Michael Chang Steffi Graf (5) Monica Seles
1997 Patrick Rafter Greg Rusedski Martina Hingis Venus Williams
1998 Patrick Rafter (2) Mark Philippoussis Lindsay Davenport Martina Hingis
1999 Andre Agassi (2) Todd Martin Serena Williams Martina Hingis
2000 Marat Safin Pete Sampras Venus Williams Lindsay Davenport
2001 Lleyton Hewitt Pete Sampras Venus Williams (2) Serena Williams
2002 Pete Sampras (5) Andre Agassi Serena Williams (2) Venus Williams
2003 Andy Roddick Juan Carlos Ferrero Justine Henin Kim Clijsters
2004 Roger Federer Lleyton Hewitt Svetlana Kuznetsova Elena Dementieva
2005 Roger Federer (2) Andre Agassi Kim Clijsters Mary Pierce
2006 Roger Federer (3) Andy Roddick Maria Sharapova Justine Henin
2007 Roger Federer (4) Novak Djokovic Justine Henin (2) Svetlana Kuznetsova
2008 Roger Federer (5) Andy Murray Serena Williams (3) Jelena Jankovic
2009 Juan Martin del Potro Roger Federer Kim Clijsters (2) Caroline Wozniacki
2010 Rafael Nadal  Novak Djokovic Kim Clijsters (3) Vera Zvonareva
2011 Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal Samantha Stosur Serena Williams
2012 Andy Murray Novak Djokovic Serena Williams (4) Victoria Azarenka
2013 Rafael Nadal (2) Novak Djokovic Serena Williams (5) Victoria Azarenka
2014 Marin Cilic Kei Nishikori Serena Williams (6) Caroline Wozniacki
2015 Novak Djokovic (2) Roger Federer Flavia Pennetta Roberta Vinci
2016 Stan Wawrinka Novak Djokovic Angelique Kerber Karolina Pliskova
2017 Rafael Nadal (3) Kevin Anderson Sloane Stephens Madison Keys
2018 Novak Djokovic (3) Juan Martin del Potro Naomi Osaka Serena Williams
2019 Rafael Nadal (4) Daniil Medvedev Bianca Andreescu Serena Williams
2020 Dominic Thiem Alexander Zverev Naomi Osaka (2) Victoria Azarenka

 

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The US Open is the last of four Grand Slams on the tennis calendar, starting on the last Monday in August, and running for two weeks. The tournament is one of two majors staged on hard courts, the other being the Australian Open, while the other two are played on clay (Roland Garros) and grass courts (Wimbledon).

Staged at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Centre, the US Open boasts arguably the most electric atmosphere of the four majors, and it’s renowned for its game-changing innovations and lead role in moving the sport forward.

The US Open became the first major to award equal prize money to men and women in 1973, while it was also the first to employ floodlights to enable night-time play. Among other distinct features of the tournament, it was the first to use tie breaks to decide sets; and till this day, remains the only major to employ breakers in deciding sets. The US Open is also the only Slam that has been staged every year since its inception in 1881 – a record it maintained in 2020 despite the challenges of an unprecedented global pandemic, with a streamlined event played behind closed doors and adhering to strict safety protocols.

William Larned, Richard Sears and Bill Tilden lead the all-time list of US Open champions with seven titles, while Federer is among three players who share the Open Era record of five titles. Djokovic has won three US Opens, while Nadal has won four but did not defend his title in 2020 due to the global health crisis.

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The draw for the 2021 US Open has been confirmed, with Novak Djokovic, Matteo Berrettini and Hubert Hurkacz situated in the same quarter.

The 141st US Open takes place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York from August 30 to September 12.

The fourth and final Grand Slam of the year will be held on outdoor hard courts, with both the men’s and women’s singles draws featuring 32 seeded players and a host of qualifiers and wildcards.

Matches are held across 15 courts, including the three existing main show courts – Arthur Ashe Stadium, Louis Armstrong Stadium and Grandstand.

Dominic Thiem is the reigning men’s champion but will be absent from this year’s US Open due to a wrist injury.

Novak Djokovic is the number one seed and is aiming to become only the second man in the Open Era, after Rod Laver in 1969, to complete the Calendar Year Grand Slam.

Djokovic is also attempting to claim an outright record 21st major singles title and break a tie he currently holds with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

The Serbian star will begin his latest US Open campaign with a First Round tie against a qualifier, but is situated in the same quarter of the draw as the likes of Japan’s Kei Nishikori, tenth seed Hurkacz and sixth seed Berrettini.

One of the stand-out First Round ties of the men’s singles draw sees third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas take on 2012 champion Andy Murray.

Daniil Medvedev, runner-up in 2019, starts out against 2013 semi-finalist Richard Gasquet, while Casper Ruud faces Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Roberto Bautista Agut meets Nick Kyrgios.

Naomi Osaka is the defending women’s singles champion and will start her title defence against Marie Bouzkova of the Czech Republic.

Top seed Ash Barty, the reigning Wimbledon champion, will take on Vera Zvonareva, while Aryna Sabalenka, the number two seed, opens up against Nina Stojanovic.

Madison Keys meets Sloane Stephens in a repeat of the 2017 final, while 2019 champion Bianca Andreescu takes on Viktorija Golubic.

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US Open 2021 Draw

US Open 2021 Men’s Singles Draw

Notable Round One ties

Stefanos Tsitsipas v Andy Murray
Daniil Medvedev v Richard Gasquet
Roberto Bautista Agut v Nick Kyrgios
Casper Ruud v Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Cameron Norrie v Carlos Alcaraz
John Isner v Brandon Nakashima
Alex De Minaur v Taylor Fritz

US Open 2021 Women’s Singles Draw

Notable Round One ties:

Madison Keys v Sloane Stephens
Simona Halep v Camila Giorgi
Garbiñe Muguruza v Donna Vekic
Danielle Collins v Carla Suarez Navarro
Karolina Muchova v Sara Sorribes Tormo
Maria Sakkari v Marta Kostyuk
Bianca Andreescu v Viktorija Golubic

Projected Round of 16 by seed:

[1] Barty vs [13] Brady
[11] Bencic vs [7] Swiatek
[4] Pliskova vs [14] Pavlyuchenkova
[10] Kvitova vs [6] Andreescu

[5] Svitolina vs [12] Halep
[16] Kerber vs [3] Osaka
[8] Krejcikova vs [9] Muguruza
[15] Mertens vs [2] Sabalenka

Novak Djokovic will be looking for his 6th Wimbledon title when he takes on Italy’s Matteo Berrettini in the final of the Wimbledon 2021.

Novak Djokovic is currently on a 20-match winning streak here at Wimbledon, having won the previous two titles. This year at Wimbledon, Nole has dropped just one set in six matches, which was against wildcard Jack Draper in the opening round.

The Serb had one of the easiest routes to the finals of a Grand Slam, with four of his opponents being ranked outside the top 40. He is now one victory away to secure a third consecutive win in the Grand Slam finals, after recently lifting the trophy at the Australian Open over Medvedev and French Open against Tsitsipas.

Meanwhile, Matteo Berrettini has been considered one of the favorites to win Wimbledon since the start of the tournament. The Italian is currently on an 11-match winning streak on grass after recently winning the title in Queen’s.

After dropping a set against Guido Pella in the opening round of this Wimbledon, Matteo stormed into the quarterfinals by beating the likes of Van De Zandschulp, Bedene, and Ivashka in straight sets. He then got two four-set victories over Felix Auger-Aliassime and Hubert Hurkacz to set up this final against Nole.

Over 3.5 Sets at odds of 19/25 with Bet365 looks to be on the cards here after the most recent meeting between these two at the French Open which ended in four sets.

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Novak Djokovic is through to his seventh Wimbledon final after beating a stubborn Denis Shapovalov in straight sets 7-6, 7-5, 7-5 on Friday.

The five-time champion is now one victory away from a third successive title at SW19, while he would also move level with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on 20 Grand Slams.

Djokovic was taken the distance in all three sets by Shapovalov, who had not been past the second round at the All England Club prior to this fortnight.

But the 22-year-old was unable to capitalise when it truly mattered – winning just one of 11 break points – enabling the Serb to book his place in a Slam final for a 30th time.

Djokovic was seeking a 16th win from his last 17 appearances in a Slam semi-final, as well as a 101st ATP success on grass.

By contrast, this was only Shapovalov’s 10th match at Wimbledon following a run that brought a five-set victory over Karen Khachanov in the last eight and straight-sets win against two-time champion Andy Murray.

And the Canadian was unfazed on Centre Court, with a break in game three culminating in him serving for the opening set at 5-4 up.

But he was unable to convert from 30-30 and Djokovic capitalised on the let-off, eventually prevailing 7-3 in the tie-break.

Shapovalov stayed with the top seed in the following two sets, but was made to rue his failure to see out break points.

On both occasions, Djokovic ruthlessly took his opportunities in game 11 to move to within another victory of a third successive Wimbledon crown.

Standing in his way is Matteo Berrettini, who became the first Italian Grand Slam finalist in 45 years after beating Hubert Hurkacz in four sets 6-3, 6-0, 6-7, 6-4.

The Queen’s Club champion is aiming to become the eighth player to follow up that triumph by going all the way here three weeks later.

And the seventh seed dominated the opening two sets – reeling off 11 consecutive games along the way – to take control of proceedings.

Hurkacz, who edged out second seed Daniil Medvedev before ruthlessly demolishing eight-time champion Federer in straight sets, was struggling to settle as he became the first Pole to appear in a semi-final here since Jerzy Janowicz eight years ago.

But roared on by the Centre Court crowd, he stuck in there and reduced the deficit in a tense tie-break.

Nevertheless Berrettini, who has now won a whopping 151 of his 158 service games on grass this year, broke in the opening game of the fourth set.

And the big-serving Italian subsequently held out to become the first player from his nation to reach the SW19 showpiece after another display of tremendous power, which brought 60 winners and 22 aces along the way.

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Wimbledon 2021 Results

Friday July 9

Semi-Finals

CENTRE COURT
Matteo Berrettini 6-3, 6-0, 6-7, 6-4 Hubert Hurkacz
Novak Djokovic 7-6, 7-5, 7-5 Denis Shapovalov

Novak Djokovic will be looking for a 17th consecutive win when he takes on Denis Shapovalov in the Semi-Finals of Wimbledon 2021 on Friday.

Since losing his first set of this Wimbledon campaign at the hands of Jack Draper last Monday, Djokovic has played 15 sets and did well to win all of them.

He had no issues against Kevin Anderson, Denis Kudla, Cristian Garin, and Marton Fucsovics and this is probably one of the easiest routes he had in years.

Furthermore, the other three semi-finalists had won just seven main draw matches combined at Wimbledon until a week ago, while Djokovic has won 77 matches in his career.

Shapovalov played a five-set thriller against Kohlschreiber in the opening round and he had to do that again in the quarter-finals against Karen Khachanov.

This is Shapovalov’s best performance at Wimbledon by far as he previously won just one match in three visits. Furthermore, his record in Semi-Final matches makes for tough reading, having won just two of his 13 completed matches.

Djokovic has won all the previous seven meetings with Shapovalov across all surfaces. He had dropped just three sets in the process, so we fancy him to grab another 3-0 win here at the price of 4/6 with Bet365.

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