This Years Final Grand Slam Showdown Began

Many young rivals hope to thwart the Big Three's dominance in men's tennis, but Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer remain US open favorites. This year's final grand slam showdown began on Monday at the Flushing Meadows Hard Court and combined with the top-ranked Zoković, 20-time Grand Slam Champion Federer and Spanish Superstar Nadal to achieve the last 11 Grand Slam titles. Federer (38) is not a problem for the dominance of sports elders who together own 54 of the past 65 slam titles.

I don't think it's a problem Federer says

Novak, Rafa and I are now healthy again, and Andy Murray has also returned slowly, making it harder for young people to come in. They are obviously knocking on the big door. I think it's very encouraging for people who want to win. I don't think Novak's rule or Rapa's rule is normal in tennis. I think there will be a chance to come forward, but the kind of tennis they played in recent years is not surprising. The Swiss compatriot Stan. Wawrinka, whose British wounded Murray won three slam crowns during the Big Three rule, is also likely to throw a tertiary father, but the familiar face It seems to be lifting the US Open Trophy.

Federer says, “Yes. This time the same guys seem to like it again this time. "You will be surprised if someone wins. Defending champion Djokovic, pursuing the 17th career grand slam title, won four of the last five slams that were rejected only by Nadal's French Open win last May. The 32-year-old Serbian said that for many years he had adapted to additional pressure on the defense. Defending the Grand Slam title is the most difficult task," he said. This is the tournament you want to win the most.

This is where you want to shine. Nadal, 33, played impressively in the Rome, French Open, Montreal title and Federer's mble Bleddon semifinals. Nadal said, “It helps to get to the big event with good feelings. “Feel positive, remember positive in my mind. It helps to gain confidence. I feel good now. I'm practicing well all week.

Nadal, the 18th Grand Slam winner, who won the 12th French Open title in June, was far less than half compared to Federer and Djokovic. Daniil Medvedev of Russia enjoyed the outstanding US Open Open, winning Cincinnati and finishing second in Washington and Montreal. Austria's fourth seed Dominic Thiem lost to Nadal in the Roland Garros final and will be a threat.

Germany's sixth place Alexander Zverev warned not to ignore other seeds, such as Japan's seventh place Kei Nishikori, the 2014 US Open runner-up, and Greece's eighth place Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Serena's Spotlight

Serena Williams won the US Open's attention as he followed tennis history, but many Grand Slam winners and high ranking contenders are also aiming for this title. The 37-year-old American will be in the spotlight in the first round night match against Russia Maria Sharapova, the most anticipated female opener. Top defender champion Naomi Osaka, who beat Williams at the US Open Finals last year, said, “Of course I will see it. “I think everyone in New York will see it. Williams will try to capture the 24th Grand Slam single title to achieve the best record set by Margaret Court.

Eighth Williams, who can meet Australia's Ashleigh Barty, the second French Open champion in the quarter finals, has not won a slam since the Australian Open in 2017 during pregnancy and was defeated in the US Open Finals last year in Osaka. Last month, there was a Wibden final to Simona Halep in Romania. Karolina Pliskova, the third seed of Barty, Osaka, Halep and Czech, is one of those who attempt to reject Williams again in pursuit of the first Slam title.

She claims to not dominate her thoughts. Williams has not been taken over by Canada's Bianca Andreescu title due to convulsions since retiring from the WTA Toronto finals. Andres Kuo said, "If you manage your body physically, you can do really well. Sloane Stephens, 2017 US Open Winner, said, “She will do great as always. Osaka won the finals last year after referee Carlos Ramos gave Williams a game penalty after US Open officials decided not to participate in a match against Serena or Venus Williams at the US Open this year.

Osaka was better suited

This time Osaka was better suited to open despite the first Wi-Bldon crash. Last year I wanted one game because I lost three games in a row before coming here. Then I just continued to develop it, ”she said. This is the first time Osaka has defended a slam, but this is my first taste of defending the title at Indian Wells this year. Halle, who crashed at the US Open in the first round for the past two years, entered with confidence after beating Williams at mble Bladon.

Haleb said, "It's no worse than losing the first two years. I'm really good. I feel healthy. I feel fresh. The pressure to do something special has disappeared. Now comes the bonus. I'm still working and I'm still motivated to get the title. I began to feel more and more able to do that and my confidence was very high. Barty says, “There hasn't been a big change for me since her title at Roland Garros. I come here and do my best.

The Antals Integrity Unit

The world's 800m champion Marina Arzamasova was temporarily suspended because of doping after a positive test for a developing drug popular with bodybuilders. The Antals Integrity Unit (AIU) notified the charges to 31-year-old Arzama Soba on Tuesday a month before the World Championships in Doha, Qatar. The AIU has confirmed a temporary suspension for Belarus's mid-range runner Marina Arzamasova in violation of the IAAF anti-doping rule," he said on Twitter.

Arzamasova, who is from Belarus, won the 800m gold medal at the 2015 World Championships in Beijing and was a European champion in 2014. She finished seventh in the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics. AIU said that Arzamasova's case is related to LGD-4033, also known as Ligandrol. The drug was used in clinical trials to treat muscle wasting conditions.

It is known to be used as a supplement by bodybuilders to make muscle mass with fewer side effects than steroids. Meanwhile, AIU retested the sample at the 2011 World Championships and found that Antai Semenov was banned by Ukrainian authorities for two years. Semenov was positive for the anabolic steroid oral turinabol and was banned until July 21, 2021.

The 35-year-old Semenov competed in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics. AIU supervises the issue of integrity of the movement, including doping, on behalf of the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF), the global governance body of sports.
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