Dominic Thiem win 2020 US Open after an epic comeback against Alexander Zverev

Dominic Thiem have been crowned 2020 US Open champion after defeating Alexander Zverev in a thrilling final on Sunday night.

Dominic Thiem win 2020 US Open after an epic comeback against Alexander Zverev

In a wild comeback that seemed improbable and predictable,

lost and then found, Dominic Thiem battled from two sets down to win the

United States Open on the night to win 2-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (6).

Thiem edged Zverev in a fifth-set tiebreaker that capped a four-hour marathon that

included golden opportunities for Zverev to win and left both men

battling cramps in the final moments.

Thiem, a 27-year-old Austrian, won his first Grand Slam tournament in his fourth major final.

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Speaking after the epic final, Thiem who couldn’t hide his excitement said:

“I achieved a life goal and a dream I had for many many years.”

Thiem, one of a group of promising younger players who have long failed to
topple those aging giants like Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal became
the first currently active player in his 20s to
win a Grand Slam event.

He is the first new Grand Slam champion in six years and will be eager to keep the good form going.



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