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Rus 0 1. Svitolina  7 4 6 M. Bouzkova  5 6 4. Home tennis us open. It took Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal staying at home, and Novak Djokovic swatting a tennis ball at a line judge for Alexander Zverev to finally make a slam final.
Distressed Zverev breaks down At , Dominic brought the game home after deuce and made one of the pivotal moves, stealing Alexander's serve at 15 when the German sent a forehand wide to clinch the set and prolong the encounter.
Carried by this momentum, Thiem had a clear upper hand on the court in set number four, dropping two points behind the initial shot and creating two break chances at Zverev saved them and stayed in touch, netting a forehand in game eight to fall behind and allowing Thiem to secure the set and force a decider.
They traded early breaks, and Alexander clinched another in game eight to forge a lead and serve for the trophy. He couldn't bring it home after netting an easy volley at the net to keep Thiem alive, suffering another break in game It was Dominic's turn to serve for the title, cracking under pressure like his rival and getting broken to introduce the first-ever deciding tie break in the US Open's men's final.
From down, Alexander saved two match points to level the score, losing another point at the net and spraying a backhand mistake in the 14th point to hand the title to Dominic.
That's what great players do. Thiem has done it T hiem powers down a first serve clocking mph, not bad for a man with one decent working leg And a cushion now for Thiem with a second double from Zverev Thiem goes for broke during the next point, but the ball lands long But now Thiem has his chance, he strides into the court to dispatch a short ball to set up two match points Oh wow.
Just when you think Thiem will put away a forehand, and it slaps it into the middle Thiem still has another championship point.
Zverev misses his first serve but Thiem pulls his next groundstroke wide Z verev gets on the board and then watches Thiem strike long for an early break with the Austrian still cramping Thiem comes into the net this time, a delightful drop shot getting him on the board, but he can barely walk back to the baseline Thiem is looking in real discomfort.
He tries to bounce around shaking his legs into action as Zverev sends down another double The German sends down a gutsy first serve to edge back in front , and both men gingerly exchange groundstrokes before Zverev strikes long He was showing signs of cramping during that last game, but now he needs to serve for the championship.
His team are on their feet in the stands as Thiem shapes to serve. Is there another twist in the tale? Zverev won't go quietly, he edges to A great volley into the corner brings Thiem back to , but he strikes long during the next point to hand Zverev break point.
Thiem watches Zverev's service return fly long. But he can't stop a second. We're heading for a fifth set tie-break!
But the second seed does edge ahead when a cross-court forehand clips the line. Zverev stays strong.
Charges the net, and makes a fantastic pick up at the net to volley home for all. Quality of the match is high now.
Why did it take both of them this long to get into the groove? B reak point now for Thiem and he makes it, Zverev striking his forehand well deep.
Thiem will serve for the championship. S uperb defensive play from Thiem at the baseline to deny Zverev at the net for The level has and tension has cranked up a notch in this fifth set.
It's impossible to call which way the momentum is going to swing next. Thiem up against it now at but a timely first serve from the Austrian brings him level.
Wow, Thiem pulls out a cracking forehand winner which skids off the line. And he follows it up with a second successive forehand winner.
He pumps his fist to his camp. The smattering of people on Arthur Ashe Stadium show their appreciation. It's all square again! W hich way is this final heading now?
Two forehand errors and Zverev is down. He draws a point back, but the pressure is getting to the big man. Two break points.
He saves the first, but not the second, striking the net. O oh er. Zverev has a chance now with a mini break at He senses his moment, comes into the net, but Thiem pushes him back again and then delivers a fantastic overhead into the corner.
And what composure from Thiem on the next point, tapping a volley over the net, almost toying with Zverev.
The German stares across the net at his friend, with an almost 'are you sure? What composure. But wait Zverev isn't going away.
Break point now and he makes the break as Thiem pulls a groundstroke wide. Z verev looks to be steadily progressing through his service game before Thiem unleashes a perfect winner down the line for The second seed hangs around, reeling Zverev in again at but the German puts him back in his box with a volley cross-court.
T hiem inconsistent on his serve now. Follows double fault with a forehand error. But the Austria holds his nerve, goes for a forehand down the line, loaded with spin which lands perfectly into the corner.
Crucial point at all now, but Thiem shows nerves of steel again, opting to go for the drive volley at close range for game point.
An ace gets him over the line. Got out of jail on that one too. I t's unlucky No 13 for Zverev. That's 13 doubles for the final for the German, a staggering figure but not an unusual stat for the big server.
The good news is, that he recovers to surge to two game points with a sublime backhand down the line. At he sends down an ace.
What a strange and fluctuating player Zverev is. Zverev would also be 1st player to win a Grand Slam title with 5-set wins in last 2 rounds since RogerFederer at AustralianOpen.
B rilliant hands from Zverev again at the net. From down, the German plops a delightful drop shot which Thiem can't chase down.
It's the only point he manages to take off the Austrian's serve, mind. F inally, finally, a point worthy of the biggest occasion as both players push each other to the limit with their variety and skill.
Zverev comes into the net and pushes a drop shot which Thiem tries to chase down to no avail. More of those points please.
Unfortunately, from the good, comes the bad as Zverev loosely tosses a forehand into the tramlines. He stays strong, shows good resolve and maybe all is not lost for the fifth seed.
It'snow getting interesting. T he clock ticks past the three hour mark as Zverev shows he won't go away, pulling out a quite brilliant backhand winner down the line for his own break point at Thiem lets the nerves get the better of him.
He sends down a double and Zverev lets out a massive 'c'mon'. That's gonna hurt. N ot the way Zverev would've wanted to start the deciding set with another double to hand Thiem a lead.
The German goes for broke on the next point, slapping a forehand down the line, but it's wide. Thiem with two break points now. Zverev hits wide, the head drops.
It could be one-way traffic from here on. T he tables have turned now. Thiem looking a changed player. He brings up three set points.
He only needs one. We're going five. Four straight Grand Slam finals have gone five sets. DaniilMedwed Wimbledon : Novak Djokovic d. T hiem delivers a brilliant pass to deny Zverev of a hold at but then loops a backhand well wide from deep at the back of the court.
He gives himself a little pep talk. He can't believe he didn't at least make Zverev win the point. The second seed throwing everything into his groundstrokes now as he draws back to deuce.
Zverev throws in another double at the worst possible moment to hand Thiem a break point. Thiem has the break. The second seed will serve for the fourth set.
T hiem affords himself a fist pump after showing soft hands at the net. We haven't seen Thiem shaking his fist in delight too much this evening.
The Austrian certainly seems to have a spring in his step again. The errors creeping into Zverev's game as the set progresses. T hiem takes advantage of a poor volley from Zverev to whip a passing winner down the line.
The Austrian is energised now. A tete-a-tete at the ends in Thiem's favour when the No 2 seed punches another pass down the line.
Zverev saves the ensuing double break points and then gets on the front foot in the next rally, stepping into the court and drilling a winner into the corner for advantage.
Very aggressive from Zverev, he holds.Thiem broke in the opening game when Zverev shanked a pair of forehands. Zverev broke right back -- and pierced the silence with a rare cry of "Come on!'' -- when Thiem double-faulted. Then it was. Alexander Zverev takes on Dominic Thiem in the final of the US Open Don't miss a moment of the US Open! Subscribe now! barefoot-in-maui.com Highlights: Zverev vs. Thiem, Final. Austrian wins maiden Grand Slam title Dominic Thiem completed an unprecedented comeback on Sunday at the US Open, rallying from two sets down and in the fifth set to defeat Alexander Zverev , , , , (6) for his maiden Grand Slam title. This was the first US Open final to be decided by a fifth-set tie-break. Zverev came out firing in the US Open final; taking a lead in the decider with Thiem, in his fourth slam final, looking completely out of sorts. With the match and the tournament within reach, the year-old, in some ways predictably faltered to allow Thiem to come all the way back and win. Distressed Zverev breaks down