Juan Martin del Potro put up as strong as a fight as you’ll see in a straight-set win, but it was Novak Djokovic’s day at the U.S. Open men’s final on Sunday. The Serbian beat del Potro 6-3, 7-6, 6-3 on Sunday to capture his third U.S. Open title and 14th Grand Slam title, again moving his name up in the tennis history books. Breaking del Potro’s fearsome serve four times, Djokovic won thanks to his always strong return game and an unexpectedly aggressive game at the net. Djokovic ended up approaching the net 36 times, more than double the total of the 6-foot-6 del Potro. It was a lengthy match despite the two players playing just three sets, ending after three hours and 15 minutes of play. Even with Sunday’s disappointing result, del Potro’s performance in New York City was laudatory given what the Argentine has gone through since his triumph at the U.S. Open in 2009. Rendered ineffective for years due to wrist issues, del Potro made his first Grand Slam final since that win over Roger Federer nearly a decade ago. Djokovic’s win hinged on a pivotal game in the second set There may have been no game more important to Djokovic’s win or simply entertaining than the eighth game of the second set. Djokovic broke del Potro early in the set to take a commanding position, but del Potro later broke him back and looked on the verge of taking full control of the match’s momentum. After holding his serve with ease, an amped-up del Potro aggressively attacked Djokovic from the baseline in the next game. The two reached deuce eight different times, with Djokovic saving three break points. The Serbian eventually came out on top in a game that took 21 minutes to play and made it 4-4 in the second set, but not before we were blessed with this incredible reaction from Meryl Streep.
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