Us Open Tennis Final

September 13, 2010 by staff 

Us Open Tennis Final, Rafael Nadal of Spain, with the goal of completing a career Grand Slam by winning the title of one of the principal is reluctant, won the first set of U.S. Open final Monday 6-4 against Novak Djokovic of Serbia.

An opening point of entertainment was to Djokovic in a crosscourt backhand after a rally, but the Serbs seemed concerned about his left ankle and missed the next four points to give Nadal a break in service to a quick lead.

Djokovic ignored this problem, move freely through the court, and took the set with his service again to break the Spanish in the fourth game, taking advantage of errors to Nadal 2-2 at half time only one third of serve against the world number one in a tournament.

Nadal came back to regain the advantage. Djokovic fought five break points in the fifth game before failing to handle the explosion of a groundstrokes your forehand. Nadal Djokovic raised his fist and destroyed her racket angrily with two strikes on the ground that he drew a code violation for racket abuse.

The top seed served out the opening 50 minutes, at 15 when third-seeded Djokovic sent a backhand long.

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