Gallery: The story from a rip-roaring 2018 US Open men’s final
The 2018 US Open final featured Juan Martin del Potro and Novak Djokovic and here is our glorious gallery to take you through events at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Your finalists Juan Martin del Potro and Novak Djokovic get ready for action.
A view of Djokovic from the top.
Del Potro with the tweener…but Djokovic came up with some better shots.
Djokovic with some magic with the racket. To be honest he produced magic with the racket in his hand as well.
The emotions you go through in a final…
That winning feeling for Djokovic, who also won Wimbledon in July.
A hug from the two great friends after the completion of the final.
Your 2018 US Open champion Novak Djokovic.
The customary trophy kiss from the three-time US Open champion and 14-time Grand Slam winner.
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