Rafael Nadal and Daniil Medvedev will compete for the title at the US Open from 10 p.m. Dutch time in New York. Follow the final in our live blog.

Good evening and welcome to the US Open liveblog! My name is Jeroen van Barneveld and I will keep you informed of the men's final between Rafael Nadal and Daniil Medvedev.

  • US Open
  • Men's final
  • Nadal against Medvedev
  • Start at 10 p.m.

US Open · a few seconds ago

Ten more minutes to the start of the men's final at the US Open between Rafael Nadal and Daniil Medvedev. Who crowns himself as the final winner in New York?

  • Rafael Nadal
  • Daniil Medvedev

US Open · 5 minutes ago

Arthur Ashe Stadium completely sold out
The final of the US Open between Rafael Nadal and Daniil Medvedev will of course be finished at the Arthur Ashe Stadium. The tennis stadium in New York has room for 23,771 spectators and is completely sold out for the men's final battle.

US Open · 10 minutes ago

Medvedev does not want to be 'eaten' again
Daniil Medvedev is thinking in the US Open final against Rafael Nadal. back to the mat in Montreal. Nadal dealt with him in more than an hour: 6-3, 6-0. "It was an extremely difficult game for me. His energy was so much higher last month. I was eaten. I quickly got a breaking point, but then Rafael became stronger, stronger, faster and even stronger. And my game only went downhill. But I am now taking last month's experience to the US Open final. I know what to expect, I know how to prepare now. I am really ready now. I am going for a stunt. "

US Open · 15 minutes ago

Nadal: "I'll have to play my best tennis"
Rafael Nadal is especially happy that he is in the final of the US Open. "It means a lot to me that I am back on this point in my career. Especially after the sometimes difficult period at the start of this season," he refers to a dry preseason. He praises his opponent Daniil Medvedev. "He takes a new step in his development every week. Daniil has a great summer with his tournament win in Cincinnati and final places in Montreal and Washington. He is the best player of this summer and is therefore also the most difficult opponent. I will be my best have to play tennis. "

US Open · 23 minutes ago

Nadal is in the 27th Grand Slam final
The illustrious facts follow each other in rapid succession for Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard is at the US Open tonight in his 27th Grand Slam final and is therefore second on the all time rankings, behind Roger Federer (31). Novak Djokovic is third, with 25 finals.

US Open · 26 minutes ago

Daniil Medvedev walked this way on his way to the final of the US Open.

First round: Prajnesh Gunneswaran (3-0)
Second round: Hugo Dellien (3-1)
Third round: Feliciano Lopez (3-1)
Eighth final: Dominik Koepfer (3-1)
Quarter-final: Stan Wawrinka (3-1)
Semi-final: Grigor Dimitrov (3-0)

US Open · 29 minutes ago

Nadal only lost one set on the way to the final
Rafael Nadal walked this way en route to the final of the US Open. The 33-year-old Spaniard only gave up one set during the tournament in New York.

First round: John Millman (3-0)
Second round: Thanasi Kokkinakis (walk-over)
Third round: Hyeon Chung (3-0)
Eighth final: Marin Cilic (3-1)
Quarter-final: Diego Schwartzman (3-0)
Semi-final: Matteo Berrettini (3-0)

US Open · 32 minutes ago

First Grand Slam final for Medvedev
For Daniil Medvedev, this final battle at the US Open is his first final in a Grand Slam. The 23-year-old Russian did not go further than the fourth round in the past. Regardless of the result in this final, Medvedev can look back on a particularly successful 2019. With fifty victories, he is the most successful tennis player of this calendar year.

US Open · 35 minutes ago

Nadal and Medvedev met once before
US Open finalists Rafael Nadal and Daniil Medvedev met each other once in a competition. That was a month ago, in the final match of the Montreal Masters tournament, when it became 6-3 and 6-0 for the Spaniard.

US Open · 38 minutes ago

Nadal by far the most successful thirty-something
In addition to narrowing the gap with Federer, there is a beautiful milestone in New York for the experienced Nadal. The number two in the world can become the first player in the open era to win five Grand Slams after his thirtieth. 33-year-old Nadal now shares the record of four wins in his thirties with Federer, sixteen-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic, Rod Laver and Ken Rosewall.

US Open · 41 minutes ago

These are the tennis players with at least 10 Grand Slam titles:

  • Roger Federer - 20
  • Rafael Nadal - 18
  • Novak Djokovic - 16
  • Pete Sampras - 14
  • Roy Emerson - 12
  • Björn Borg - 11
  • Rod Laver - 11
  • Bill Tilden - 10

US Open · 44 minutes ago

Rafael Nadal has previously won eighteen Grand Slam titles. This is the honors list of the 33-year-old Spaniard.

Australian Open (1)

Roland Garros (12)
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2018

Wimbledon (2)
2008, 2010

US Open (3)
2010, 2013, 2017

US Open · one hour ago

Nadal hunts nineteenth Grand Slam victory
Rafael Nadal hopes to win his nineteenth Grand Slam title tonight and thereby further narrow the gap to rival and record holder Roger Federer. The 38-year-old Federer stands on twenty Grand Slams, which means that the margin compared to the triple US Open winner Nadal is already smaller than ever.

US Open · one hour ago

Another hour until the start of the men's final at the US Open between Rafael Nadal and Daniil Medvedev. Based on facts, facts and statements, we look ahead to the final battle in New York in the coming hour.

US Open · 2 hours ago

De Groot extends US Open title in wheelchair tennis
Diede de Groot extends her title at the US Open in wheelchair tennis. The 22-year-old tennis player from Woerden is too strong for Yui Kamiji in three sets in the final: 4-6, 6-1, 6-4. It is her seventh Grand Slam victory in singles for De Groot.

US Open · 12 hours ago

Williams: "Serena did not give home again in the final"
Serena Williams believes that she is mainly to blame for the defeat in the US Open final. The American did not play well enough to control Bianca Andreescu (3-6 and 5-7). "When I look back on this in twenty years' time I probably think: it wasn't that bad either. But at the moment I can't live with it, because I don't think I played well," the grieving American states. "I was too little Serena. He didn't give home today. I have to see what I can do about it, that it will happen in the future. I regularly asked myself during the game why I played so badly in a final."

US Open · 13 hours ago

"Sorry, I'm sorry," said Andreescu at the award ceremony. "I know you would have preferred Serena to be the winner. But I am incredibly happy that I won. I also had to win a bit from you. I am proud that it worked."

US Open · 13 hours ago

We first look back late last night. Bianca Andreescu (19) won her first Grand Slam title at the expense of Serena Williams.

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