US Open 2019: Rafael Nadal gets emotional after 19th Grand Slam win

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Rafael Nadal stated it was”impossible” to maintain his emotions after winning the US Open title in an”unforgettable” five-set battle with Daniil Medvedev.
Nadal, 33, beat on Medvedev 7-5 6-3 in four hours 50 minutes from New York to win his 19th Grand Slam.
As a movie of the major wins was performed on the screens on Arthur Ashe Stadium, the second seed has been tearful.
“This decoration means everything to me now,” said Nadal, who’s won four titles at Flushing Meadows.
“Personal satisfaction of this manner which I resisted all these tough minutes is very significant.
“The feelings happen to be there watching all the success, all of the minutes that came to my head in that moment. Yeah, I attempted to restrain the emotion, however, some minutes was hopeless.”
Nadal cruised at two places and a split 23, before seed Medvedev, fought back to take Sunday’s final.
However, it was Nadal’s strength and psychological resilience that took him over the line, built up throughout a career in which he has won 83 ATP singles games.
“The way that the match became very dramatic at the end, that makes this day memorable, part of my history of this game,” Nadal said.
Unsurprisingly, the Spaniard faced questions post-match about attempting to equivalent the record of 20 men’s Grand Slam titles of Roger Federer.
Nadal – five decades Federer’s junior – is one behind the great and three ahead of Novak Djokovic’s 16.
“I do not look at it like this,” he explained. “I always say exactly the same: I’d like to be the one who wins more, but I am not believing [about it].
“I’m honoured to be a part of the conflict [with Federer and Djokovic]. However, I truly feel I will not be happier or less happy if this happens or does not happen.
“I’m not going to practice daily or not play tennis for it. I’m playing tennis because I love to play tennis.
“I can not simply consider Grand Slams, no more? Tennis is over Grand Slams. I want to consider the rest of the things.
“I perform to be happy. Obviously, the victory today makes me happy. But a couple of weeks before, I won at Montreal and [that was] a significant time for me, too.
“All the things that I achieved in my career are a whole lot more than what I ever thought and what I ever dreamed.”
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