Nadal wins US open 2019

Nadal won the 19th Grand Slam title by defeating a Russian opponent in a five-hour match that lasted nearly five hours.

tennis news : 'one of the most passionate wins'  US Open champion Nadal

Rafael Nadal, the king of Red Clay , has not been successful overnight on the hard court of the US Open, but he has a long story of fighting, determination and hard work behind it. Nadal won the fourth US Open title by defeating Russia's Daniel Medvedev. He is one title behind Roger Federer, Pete Sampras and Jimmy Connors, who have won the title five times over Flushing Meadows in the Open doubles.

Rafael Nadal won his 19th Grand Slam title after holding off Russian Daniil Medvedev's exhilarating fightback in one of the greatest US Open finals.

Roger Federer and Nadal have been playing each other since 2004, and their rivalry is a significant part of both men's careers

Nadal, who could not even reach the semi-finals in the first five times at the US Open, said, "In the beginning of my career, I have seen a tough period here and lost the match." During that time, Nadal may have won the second Grand Slam, but the eighth in the US Open The attempt was successful. He said, 'I like it here. Likes the atmosphere here and feels very energetic here. '

Nadal, who won a title at this age by claiming a career-threatening knee injury, is now one title behind Federer's 20 Grand Slam titles. He, however, refused to fall into the juggernaut of the figures, saying, "Of course I want to win the most Grand Slams, but if I don't win I will still be able to sleep peacefully."

Nadal has so far won 10 French Open, four US Open, two Wimbledon and one Australian Open. He won the Under 12 regional title at the age of eight and turned professional at 15. He won the first French Open title in 19 years with his 2005 debut.

Apart from Andre Agassi, Nadal is the only player to have won a career Grand Slam and an Olympic singles gold. Nadal won Olympic gold in 2008 in Beijing. He could not play Grand Slam nine times due to a knee and wrist injury. If he could not play the Grand Slam finals in 2015 and 2016, then people felt that his career was over now. He then reached the Australian Open final in 2017, although losing to Federer, but returned in June by winning the record French Open title for the 10th time.