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#2 Novak Djokovic beats #3 Daniil Medvedev in straight sets to win fourth US Open

The US Open will determine the men’s singles champion on Sunday afternoon. #2 Novak Djokovic and #3 Daniil Medvedev meet in the Final and we’ll have live updates until a winner is settled.

A general panoramic view of Danill Medvedev of Russia in action against Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgariawith a closed roof in the Men’s Singles Semi-Finals match on Arthur Ashe Stadium during the 2019 US Open Tennis Tournament at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 6th, 2019 in Flushing, Queens, New York City. Photo by Tim Clayton/Corbis via Getty Images

The 2023 US Open comes to a close on Sunday with the men’s final. #2 Novak Djokovic and #3 Daniil Medvedev face off for their second title match in three years at Flushing Meadows. The men’s Final gets started at 4 p.m. ET inside Arthur Ashe Stadium and will air on ESPN.

We’ll be providing live updates throughout the match until a winner is settled. We’ll also drop in video of what should be an exciting contest between Djokovic and Medvedev.

This marks the 15th time these two have faced off, with Djokovic holding a 9-5 edge. More notably, this is the second time they’ve met in a US Open Final. In 2021, Medvedev rolled through Djokovic in straight sets to claim his only Grand Slam title. Djokovic is competing in his tenth final at Flushing Meadows and is looking to win his fourth title.

Djokovic enters the match as a -255 favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook while Medvedev has settled as a +210 underdog. Total games is installed at 39.5, with the over and under each priced at -110.

Djokovic is -175 to win the first set and -180 to win the second set. Medvedev is +140 to win the first set and +145 to win the second set. Djokovic is +220 to win the match in straight sets while Medvedev is +900 to do the same.

Follow along throughout Sunday afternoon and into the evening for live updates until a champ is crowned.

Djokovic wins US Open, ties Margaret Court for all-time record

Novak Djokovic beat Daniil Medvedev in straight sets 6-3, 7-6, 6-3 to win the 2023 US Open. This was his fourth title at Flushing Meadows and his 24th career title. He extended his career lead over Rafael Nadal to two, and tied Margaret Court for the most Grand Slams by any singles player, man or woman.

Alternating breaks

We just had three straight breaks and we’re back where we started. Medvedev responded to Djokovic’s break with his own, but then Djokovic responded with another break to take a 4-2 lead. He is two games ahead from the title.

Djokovic breaks to take control of the third set

After no breaks in the second set, Djokovic broke Medvedev in the fourth game to take a 3-1 lead in the third set. He’s taking control of this match with Medvedev struggling to get going in this set.

Djokovic wins second set 7-6

The second set last 1:44 and was absolutely brutal for the two players. Neither player broke the others serve prior to the tiebreak, but Djokovic was able to do just enough to win the tiebreaker 7-5. He now leads 2-0 and has a chance to close out another Grand Slam title.

We’re headed to a tiebreak

The second set has gone over 90 minutes, making it the longest of the tournament. Medvedev had break opportunities in the 12th game, but couldn’t put it away. Djokovic stepped up and forced the tiebreak.

Back-and-forth second set

Both players have had a chance to break serve, but neither has been able to close it out. Medvedev leads 5-4 with Djokovic back to serve again.

Djokovic wins first set 6-3

Medvedev has made Joker work at times, but this first set was all Djokovic. He had three aces and no double faults, while Medvedev had two aces and three double faults. Medvedev finished with 12 unforced errors to Djokovic’s 10.

Medvedev gets on the board

Djokovic won the first three games, but Medvedev won four of five points to finally get on the board. He trails 3-1 in the first set.

Djokovic breaks on first opportunity

Joker is off to a strong start. He won the first game in relatively short order and then rolled to an easy break of Medvedev to take a 2-0 lead in the first set.