Roger Federer still keeps an invincible record at the US Open! The last to succeed and keep this record was Roger Federer

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Roger Federer still keeps an invincible record at the US Open

Daniil Medvedev was unfit to bend Nick Kyrgios in the great challenge at the US Open 2022. A defeat for the Russian, who takes a literal turn. In fact, a tennis player hasn’t won the US Open doubly in a row for 14 times.

The last to succeed and keep this record was Roger Federer, who beat Novak Djokovic in 2007 and Andy Murray in 2008, and to be precise, for Federer this was the fourth successive triumph at Flushing Meadows. Before the Basel champion, players of the quality of John McEnroe( 1979, 1980), Jimmy Connors( 1982, 1983), Ivan Lendl( 1985, 1986), Stefan Edberg( 1991, 1992), Pete Sampras had formerly succeeded in the feat.
( 1995, 1996) and Patrick Rafter( 1997, 1998). A super record that Federer still helds.

Medvedev” I’m veritably disappointed with this defeat”
clearly Daniil Medvedev was awaiting a tough match when he learned he was facing Nick Kyrgios in the round of 16 of the US Open.

The outgrowth of the match, still, left a great bitterness in the mouth of the Russian, who at the end of the match said he was veritably disappointed with the performance” I knew it was going to be a complicated match.

still, he has all the credentials to suppose about winning the event, If he continues to play like this. In general I suppose it was a enough normal game, he served astonishingly and he was good with some short balls in the important moments.

The general position of him was veritably high, so I am not surprised by this defeat. I’m veritably sorry. Especially after such a match. Of course, I’ll not lock myself in my room to cry, but I’m veritably disappointed. For a many days I’ll be sad, I’ll try to distract myself by watching a television series or a movie.

But that was not the first thing that came to mind after the game anyway. I do not indeed know if I will be 3 or 4 at the end of this week, but it’ll surely be a warning to do absolutely better.”

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