US Open day 14: An exhausted Dominic Thiem, Jordanne Whiley’s home support, 2020 roll of honour

Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem hugging

We look at the story of the final day at Flushing Meadows as the US Open ended in dramatic fashion as Dominic Thiem edged out good friend Alexander Zverev to win his first Grand Slam title.

Zverev led by two sets to love and served for the match in the fifth set but it was Thiem who won it 2-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 7-6 (8-6) despite barely being able to walk.

Picture of the day

Dominic Thiem celebrates US Open win

Dominic Thiem lies exhausted and elated on the court (Seth Wenig/AP)

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Stat of the day

Dominic Thiem US Open champion

Dominic Thiem holds the US Open trophy (Seth Wenig/AP)

Thiem is the first man born in the 1990s to win a Grand Slam title. The previous 63 Slam titles had all been won by men born in the 1980s.

Home support

While the unique conditions have kept many people away from the tournament, the interactive video board on Arthur Ashe has allowed players to share special moments with family and friends at home.

That was the case for wheelchair star Jordanne Whiley, who could celebrate her doubles title with two-year-old son Jackson. She said: “It was really emotional to see Jackson as I’ve only seen him a few times over FaceTime and I’ve missed him so much.”

Roll of honour

Men’s singles: Dominic Thiem (Austria)
Women’s singles: Naomi Osaka (Japan)
Men’s doubles: Mate Pavic (Croatia) and Bruno Soares (Brazil)
Women’s doubles: Laura Siegemund (Germany) and Vera Zvonareva (Russia)
Wheelchair men’s singles: Shingo Kunieda (Japan)
Wheelchair women’s singles: Diede De Groot (Netherlands)
Wheelchair men’s doubles: Alfie Hewett and Gordon Red (GB)
Wheelchair women’s doubles: Yui Kamiji (Japan) and Jordanne Whiley (GB)
Wheelchair quad singles: Sam Schroder (Netherlands)
Wheelchair quad doubles: Dylan Alcott (Australia) and Andy Lapthorne (GB)

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