Novak Djokovic outlasts Carlos Alcaraz in nearly 4 hours for Cincinnati title

On August 21, Mason.
Novak Djokovic beat Carlos Alcaraz in a really exciting match just like their Wimbledon final. He won 5-7, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (4) to win the Western & Southern Open.
1 seed Novak Djokovic defeated the No. 2 seed Daniil Medvedev in the Australian Open men’s singles final. Djokovic, who was ranked second, got revenge for his previous loss to Alcaraz, who is ranked first. He also won his 95th career title, which is more than Ivan Lendl, and is now in third place among male players in the professional era starting in 1968.
Djokovic was participating in his first competition on American land in two years due to COVID-19 limitations. He won his third Cincinnati championship in six years by winning his fifth match point when Alcaraz hit the ball wide on a forehand return.
The Serbian man who is 36 years old fell on his back with his arms and legs spread out.
Then he went to the net to shake hands with the person he was playing against who is from Spain. Then, he confidently walked around the court and forcefully tore his shirt from the buttons downwards.
“This match was really thrilling and easily one of the best I’ve ever played in any tournament,” said the person who has won 23 Grand Slam titles in men’s tennis, speaking after the match while receiving the trophy. “It felt really awesome, like hitting a home run in baseball. ”
With temperatures around 90 degrees, Djokovic won the longest men’s match in the tournament since at least 1990. He also became the oldest man to win the championship. Ken Rosewall was 35 years old when he won in 1970.
The second match between Alcaraz and his opponent lasted longer than any previous match in Cincinnati. The previous record was set in 2010 when Federer beat Fish. This is the longest match of the season so far, but it only lasted three minutes longer than other matches.
Djokovic, holding his trophy, stated that he has a lot to say but lacks the energy to express it. He stopped and stared at Alcaraz.
He asked if you never quit. I really like that about you. I want to see you in New York. “That would be enjoyable – just for the supporters, not for me. ”
The US Open starts on August 28th. Alcaraz, who is the current champion, will continue to be ranked number one. Entering the competition.
Alcaraz had tiebreakers in four matches this week – two tiebreakers in two matches. He played three sets in every match, but Djokovic didn’t lose a set until Sunday.
“The match was very close,” Alcaraz said. “I will return. ”
In the women’s final, Coco Gauff, who was the seventh seed, won the Western & Southern Open. She becomes the first teenager in over 50 years to win this tournament by defeating Karolina Muchova with a score of 6-3, 6-4. Can you please provide the text that needs to be rewritten.

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