Del Potro Stuns Federer in US Open Final, Wins First Slam

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Federer stays at 16 and five US Opens in a row, while Juan Martin Del Potro, the Argentinian giant who humiliated Rafael Nadal in the Semi Final yesterday, wins his first career grand slam in a huge five setter in Queens, New York. Federer was dominant in the first set, winning it 6:3. Del Potro was able to break Federer once in the second set after losing his serve, and was able to beat Federer in the tie break, winning the second set 7:6. Federer gained the lead again after the third set, but after losing another tie breaker in the fourth set, seemed broken. Del Potro crushed him in the fifth set, on way to his first career grand slam, before his 21st birthday.

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  1. […] The 2009 champion, Juan Martin Del Potro, won’t be in New York to defend his title due to an injury that has kept him away from the tennis courts for most of 2010. Nadal and Federer will be, although Federer, probably for the first time since winning his first US Open in 2004, won’t be heading into the tournament as a favorite, even to make the finals. His bad 2010 (besides the win at the Australian Open) while Nadal has already won two Slams, eyeing the only major he has failed to win (has never even made it to the final) to complete a career grand slam at the age of 24. Murray, Djokovic, Soderling, Berdych and Andy Roddick will be hoping they can stop the Spanish bull from getting his ninth Grand Slam title. Share and Enjoy: […]

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