Dominic Thiem became the youngest Grand Slam champion and first maiden Grand Slam champion since Marin Cilic in 2014. He won the US Open tennis match against Alexander Zvever in 2020 men’s singles. The sportsman also became Austria’s second grand slam singles champion in the match between him and Alexander. It was 2-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 7-6(6) in the US Open final on Sunday.
But we all know that success never comes easily to anyone. Just like that our 27-year-old here failed three times in a slot and then did he win. He also became the first player to win the US Open title from two sets down since Pancho Gonzales in 1949. The Us open tennis tweeted celebrating the winner’s win that said ‘Down but never Out”.
Dominic and his victory!
The match lasted for 4hrs 2mins inside a near-empty Arthur Ashe Stadium. It was also the first time ever in history that a game was wrapped up in a Tie-Break. Too many ‘first’ for Dominic Thiem, isn’t it? Furthermore, Thiem graciously said that he wished there had been two winners in the stadium. He further confessed that both of them did deserve it. Full of heart and light as he always is. Thiem was also the runner up for the Australian opens earlier this year. And in 2018 and 2019, he lost the showdowns of french opens.
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Thiem is also the first to win the grand slam after other than Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer since Switzerland’s Stan Wawrinka won the third of his major at the 2016 US Open.
Alexnder also further said that he would want to wish Theim on his victory and he did. But later he also said that he wished that his opponent might have missed some shots so that he could have been the one to hold that trophy up.
The match was observed by not more than a dozen people. As because of the pandemic situation The field was empty with only the players playing the session. It was a tough match for the both of the players but we extend our congratulations to the mighty Dominic Thiem.