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|Stan Wawrinka beats Novak Djokovic to win U.S. Open title|
Stan Wawrinka’s tennis career has been a textbook study of persistence and patience, with his Grand Slam championship success delayed until age 28 and continuing into his 30s. That was once the tennis version of middle age. Those virtues served the Swiss veteran well Sunday in the U.S. Open men’s...
53 points by Los Angeles Times | Roger Federer Grand Slam Rafael Nadal Andre Agassi Rod Laver Tennis The Championships Wimbledon Andy Murray
|What to Watch at US Open: Djokovic faces Wawrinka in final|
NEW YORK — Novak Djokovic's U.S. Open final against Stan Wawrinka on Sunday will be the Serb's third Grand Slam title match of 2016 and his seventh in the past eight majors.It is Djokovic's 21st Grand Slam final in all, second in the history of men's tennis only to Roger Federer's 28. And it gives Djokovic the chance to gain more ground in the championship count, too, of course: He can raise his trophy total to 13, which would place him alone in fourth place behind Federer (17), Rafael Nadal (14) and Pete Sampras (14).
-1 points by Boston Herald | Roger Federer Grand Slam Rafael Nadal 2008 ATP Tour The Championships Wimbledon Rod Laver Novak Djokovic Australian Open