Rafael Nadal defeated Novak Djokovic in US Open Final 2013

Rafael Nadal has defeated Novak Djokovic in the US Open final 2013. With victory Nadal has now won his 2nd US Open title and total 13 Grand Slams in his career. The world number 2 ranked tennis player Rafael Nadal defeated the current world number 1 Novak Djokovic in the final of US Open 2013 6-2, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1.

The victory on Monday not only gave a 13th Grand Slam to Rafael Nadal but also helped him to earn $3.6 million. Rafael Nadal now has the third position among the players who have won highest number of Grand Slams in their career behind Roger Federer’s 17 and Pete Sampras 14.

Got to win on Monday , also has a total of $ 3.6 million , which takes his career income through the $ 60 million mark , and it also rose closer to Roger Federer’s record of 17 majors and put one behind Pete Sampras .

Record at the meeting of 37 for the pair, Nadal took the world’s second largest player , who only returned to the tour in February in the wake of a seven-month injury lay off , his lead over Djokovic to 22.15 Crown also added the U.S. Open for the eighth claimed the French Open in June .

“It’s very emotional . All my colleagues in the team knows what this means to me ,” said Nadal.

” Novak always brings to my game to the fullest extent . He is an amazing player . Will go down as one of the greatest in the sport. ”

For Djokovic , playing in the final, fourth , respectively, in New York , it was a defeat devastating in a year that began with a fourth title at the Australian Open, but was followed by the loss of the semi-finals at the French Open to Nadal and beaten by Wimbledon final Andy Murray.

Neutrals , however, was a memorable contest that offered exciting sports , delicate touch and cumbersome, brutal marches , one of which was fought over 54 shots.

Djokovic lost 11 of the last 13 games with defiance fatally undermined by 53 unforced errors to Nadal’s 20 .

” Rafa has been very good , and it certainly deserves to win today . ‘m Disappointed to lose a match like this , but this is a great honor to be fighting for the trophy ,” said Djokovic.

Nadal, in the final of a major tournament has 18, was comfortable player more stable in the early stages , finding accurate pin-point while Djokovic , who had expressed his hatred already playing in the late afternoon on Monday, was slow and heavy feet.

Nadal, who missed the 2012 tournament because of injury , touched the Serbian uneasiness and break for 2-1, and mastering this occasion as well as a tough breeze .

Djokovic, meanwhile, seemed lethargic , as he had done at Wimbledon when he brushed aside and said he was in straight sets by Murray .

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