Twitter Reacts as Novak Djokovic Clinches US Open

Published 09/09/2018, 8:02 PM EDT
Novak Djokovic

Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic defeated Argentina’s Juan Martin del Potro at the US Open. The former World number 1 took the victory in straight sets with a score of 6-3, 7-6, 6-3. After 3 hours and 16 minutes, Djokovic took his 3rd US Open title. This puts him 3rd on the all-time list, tied with the great Pete Sampras.


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Here is how Twitter reacted to the Serbian’s triumph.

Congratulations @DjokerNole 14th Grand Slam title. Freight train is on the tracks. How many will he win? Can he pass Rafa? Roger? Fun times ahead!

— Mardy Fish (@MardyFish) September 9, 2018


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Really sad for @delpotrojuan, but well played and well deserved @DjokerNole #USOpen

— مفضل محمد (@Sarcasticule) September 9, 2018

Novak @DjokerNole Djokovic wins the #USOpen beating Juan Martin Del Potro 6-3, 7-6, 6-3 in the men's final. It's his third #usopen title and 14th Grand Slam title.

— ∆b¡●duπ ∆d€₩@|£ 👑 (@ASA_iflyer) September 9, 2018

Whatey match @DjokerNole 🙌🙌 that 2nd set though 🔥🔥 #USOpen18 #champion #Djokovic

— Namrata Laungani (@laungii) September 9, 2018

I reckon Djokovic will end up as GOAT a couple of years down the line. Just the most complete player across surfaces there is.

— Eshaan Koshal (@eshaan_koshal) September 9, 2018

Again, @DjokerNole is champion in New York. Congrats! #usopennaespn

— Eddie Martínez (@EddieMartinez02) September 9, 2018


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Novak Djokovic is high-key about to surpass Rafa Nadal's grand slam title count.

— Max 'Odogwu' M. (@MakiSpoke) September 9, 2018

US Open Tennis

— Way2Win & Co (@way2winin) September 9, 2018


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