Novak in tears, Medvedev crushed the dream of a Calendar Slam

Djokovic's historic run at the Grand Slam comes to an end.
Unexpectedly easy, the Russian reached victory in three sets, 6: 4, 6: 4, 6: 4 after 136 minutes of play.
A huge burden was on Novak's shoulders, he couldn't stand it, it was felt in his game and he stopped at that last step in New York.

Novak knocked out Zverev in five sets, playing for history on Sunday!

After a great drama, World No. 1 defeated the fourth seed, Alexander Zverev, in five sets, 4: 6, 6: 2, 6: 4, 4: 6, 6: 2.
Three hours and 37 minutes of fantastic tennis, a giant fight, but only one could make it to the finals, the king of tennis who will play against Daniil Medvedev for the 21st career Grand Slam, fourth in New York in his ninth final at Flushing Meadows!

John McEnroe on Novak's quest for the U.S. Open title: I see it perfectly

John McEnroe predicts Novak Djokovic will become the first man since Rod Laver in 1969 to capture the calendar Grand Slam by winning the U.S. Open.
"I anticipate that he's going to win the tournament, that's what I anticipate," McEnroe, a four-time U.S. Open champion, said.

Laver as the only Calendar Slam winner: "Novak could have problems with the pressure"

This season, Djokovic has won the Australian Open, the French Open and Wimbledon this year, and just needs the US Open crown to complete the set of all four Majors.
He is seven victories away from reaching that goal in New York - his first obstacle will be the Dane Holger Rune, the 145th player in the world.