Rafael Nadal won the 19th Grand Slam trophy after winning the 2019 US Open. The Spaniard defeated Daniil Medvedev 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4 for 4 hours and 49 minutes in the final at Arthur Ashe Stadium, Flushing Meadows, New York, United States, Monday (9/9/2019) morning WIB.
It was the fourth US Open trophy that Nadal had won after winning 2010, 2013, 2017. edition. In total, Nadal was only one trophy behind Roger Federer who collected 20 Grand Slam titles.
Nadal, also Federer and Novak Djokovic are said to be the best tennis players at the moment. However, speaking of trophy achievement there are also a number of world tennis players who has not get less great achievements. Following his figure as reported by Marca.
The Swede is a great player in his era. Borg ended his career with 11 grand slam titles, in only nine seasons and prematurely retired at the age of 26. He never won the Australian or US Open, but won six at Roland Garros and five at Wimbledon. Roland Garros
Australian Open: 0
US Open: 0
ATP Finals: 2
ATP Tour Masters 1000: 15
Weeks to survive as world No.1: 109
Sampras were great in the generation before the ‘big four’. The American won 14 grand slam titles which at that time it was impossible for other tennis players to match her achievements. In fact, many think that it will take centuries for the record to be matched.
Sampras retired without ever winning in Paris, but his ability to take tennis to a higher level was marked by his performance in England. His quarter-final at Wimbledon in 2001 will never be forgotten against a Swiss boy named Roger Federer. Wimbledon
US Open: 5
Australian Open: 2
Roland Garros: 0
ATP Finals: 5
ATP Tour Masters 1000: 11
Weeks to survive as world No.1: 286
At the age of 32, he will end his career with more major titles than anyone. When Federer and Rafael Nadal retire, he will still fight at the top.
The Serbian won 14 grand slams in just 10 years, and won 16 two years later. He is versatile and can compete on all surfaces. Australian Open
US Open: 3
Roland Garros: 1
ATP Final: 5
ATP Tour Masters 1000: 33
Weeks to survive as world No.1: 268
Olympics: 1 bronze
It didn’t take long for him to get attention as a clay specialist. The Spaniard was very competitive and became a machine on all surfaces.
His long-standing rivalry with Federer helped lift both of them to new levels and his recent victory at the 2019 US Open put him in a step to equal the total of the Swiss. Roland Garros’
US Open: 4
Australian Open: 1
ATP Final: 0
ATP Tour Masters 1000: 35
Weeks to survive as world No.1: 196
Olympics: 1 gold
It’s hard to imagine other players playing like Federer. Its elegance is hard to match. He has an all-time Wimbledon record with eight trophies. Federer is also pushed by Nadal’s level. Federer, 40 years old, will continue to threaten, and has raised his 100th title. Wimbledon
Australian Open: 6
US Open: 5
Roland Garros: 1
ATP Final: 6
ATP Tour Masters 1000: 28
Weeks to survive as world No.1: 310
Olympics: 1 silver