FOUR FOR 19 Nadal Weath­ers Medvedev Storm To Win Fourth US Open Ti­tle, Closes In On Fed­erer’s Haul With 19th Ma­jor

RAMOS EQUALS CASIL­LAS’ RECORD OF 167 IN­TER­NA­TIONAL AP­PEAR­ANCES FOR SPAIN THERE’S MORE RE­SPON­SI­BIL­ITY. I’M A SE­NIOR NOW, SAYS SA FAST BOWLER KAGISO RABADA

The Times of India (New Delhi edition) - - Times Sport - Pra­[email protected] times­group.com THE TIMES OF IN­DIA, NEW DELHI | TUES­DAY, SEPTEM­BER 10, 2019 Nadal is the sec­ond-old­est US Open cham­pion in the Open Era, since Ken Rose­wall (35) in 1970.

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al­ready achieved. “ Nadal has made three Slam fi­nals this sea­son — Mel­bourne, Paris (ti­tle) and New York (ti­tle). He also reached three Slam fi­nals in 2010-11 and 2017.

Fed­erer, Nadal and Djokovic have ac­counted for the last 11 Grand Slam ti­tles be­tween them – which ties for the sec­ond-long­est streak won by the trio.

Since Nadal won his first Grand Slam ti­tle at 2005 Roland Gar­ros, the top-three have ac­counted for 50 of the past 58 Grand Slam ti­tles.

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