US Open 2015: Djokovic and Federer will play the men’s final after running over Cilic and Wawrinka
The individual finals of the US Open 2015 are already set! If the women we told that the end was unexpected by the presence for the first time in the final of a grand slam of Flavia Pennetta and Roberta Vinci in the men must say there is no surprise that they will fight for the title with 26 titles usual two large in their windows as Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.
The semifinals were much less fight than expected and resolved by fast. Federer needed just 92 minutes to beat Stanislas Wawrinka 6-4, 6-3, 6-1. Djokovic’s match against Marin Cilic was even more comfortable because the defending champions could only add three games before falling by 6-0, 6-1 and 6-2.
Roger Federer will return to the US Open final last visited it in 2009 after signing a flawless match against Wawrinka who had choked him in several of his recent duels. The genius of Basel served perfectly and right again do much damage to a Wawrinka who could only do battle at the start of the match. Federer had got his first break in the third game but Wawrinka came close to retrieve it when the score was 3-2 and 0-40 for Stan. Federer won five consecutive points to hold serve and Wawrinka stopped Title: break (4 throughout the match but all in the first round).
In kick Wawrinka again showed weaknesses in the second set and uploaded to the network was not very effective because they only won 9 of the 18 points that came up with the intention of hurting Federer was comfortable at the baseline. The third set and had no history so Federer stood in the end to come shortly after Djokovic in a game that still had less to tell. Cilic said after the game he had been thinking the option of not playing because he had a shoulder injury. Croatian jumped the track but consequences of this problem is noted as a fearsome punch as he could only make 4 aces with a poor 45% of first serves.
Djokovic had no problem to dominate from the center of the track and worked with Cilic to 37 unforced errors. The world No. 1 has managed to be in the 4 late grand slams this season by winning in Australia and Wimbledon. The next challenge is Federer dominating him in the head to head 21-20. The final will be played Sunday from 22:00 in Spain which can be followed live on Eurosport.