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Monsday, September 12, 2011, 22:00
New York, USA
You have to think that another Monday final at the U.S. Open will be worth the wait. After a day off, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will be doing battle in a blockbuster matchup featuring the top two players in the world.
NEW YORK (AP)—When Novak Djokovic faced Rafael Nadal in the 2010 U.S. Open final, the guy everyone calls “Rafa” solidified his standing atop the tennis world by earning third Grand Slam title of the season.
Now it’s “Nole” who gets a chance to add to his own remarkable run: A victory over Nadal in the title match at Flushing Meadows on Monday would make Djokovic 64-2 in 2011 with 10 titles, including three at majors.
Is the sixth time the charm for Rafael Nadal?
Nadal and Novak Djokovic have already squared off five times this season--all in finals--and Djokovic has emerged victorious on all five occasions. The Serb has prevailed on hard courts (Indian Wells and Miami), clay (Madrid and Rome), and grass (Wimbledon). Now, the top two players in the world take their rivalry to the biggest stage in tennis--Arthur Ashe Stadium for the U.S. Open final.
Overall, Djokovic and Nadal have faced each other an almost hard-to-believe 28 times heading into Monday's showdown. Despite his well-documented struggles of late, Nadal still leads the head-to-head series 16-12. Djokovic has won nine of their 14 hard-court encounters, last going down to Nadal on the indoor hard courts of London's World Tour Finals in 2010.