US Open 2020: Dominic Thiem and Naomi Osaka Win the Title

Author: Sonali


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Dominic Thiem, the first- time champion & Naomi Osaka, the third time champion, took home the US Open Grand Slam trophy. A few months back, tennis looked a daunting task, and we could not even make out how it is going to look like. But, finally that skepticism, the fear has been successfully made out with the announcement of the champions. After the 2014 US Open, Marin Cilic victory, Dominic Thiem is the first man to have won the maiden Grand Slam singles title. An, for Osaka, she continues to win the love of his fans with his tremendous sense in the courtroom, and she is committed to highlighting racial discrimination in her unique ways.

Dominic Thiem and Naomi Osaka Victory!

One should not judge the victory of Dominic Thiem and Naomi Osaka for the absence of many top-notch players during the game. These two are worthy of winning because of the kind of person they are in the fields. Due to the concerns over the pandemic various star players including Stan Wawrinka, Simona Halep, and Roger Federer were not there for other players to compete with. But, even when these stars were not present the tournament emerged from a long time shutdown.

On the other hand, the star player Novak Djokovic was found defaulted for the ignominy, and for that matter, Serena Williams could not make it to the quest for winning her 24th Grand Slam singles title. Here are major takeaways from the US Open:

The Intriguing Faceoff between the Star Players

Dominic Thiem won his first Grand Slam Title.

Thiem finally became a Grand Slam singles champion.

In the three of his Grand Slams against Nadal and Djokovic, Thiem was looking for a chance. And there he seized the opportunity.

Recovering from two sets to love down, the 27-year-old star player beat Alexander Zverev, the first-time finalist. Zverev is one of the top-notch players who is counted among one of the future star players. In the 2014 Grand Slam championship, Zverev was earmarked as the future champion with Marin Cilic clinching the title in a fifth-set tie-break.

On the other hand, Naomi Osaka’s determination to get closer to the championship for the third time is unquestionably appreciable. And, more than that her wit to fight social injustice & the brutality of police brutality. The 22-year-old Japanese player in all her seven games walked on the ground wearing a mask bearing the slogans of “Brutality of black people on Black People”. The 22-year-old tennis star has shown great responsibility towards the social cause taking advantage of the stage & position she has got. This was her third Grand Slam title against Victoria Azarenka.

The 2020 US Open.

Dominic Thiem and Naomi Osaka won the 2020 US Open single’s title. At the Arthur Ashe Stadium, Osaka was defeated by Victoria Azarenka in the finals. After down two sets, Thiem bounced backbreaking against Alexander Zverev winning his first Grand Slam trophy. The 22-year-old fourth seed, Osaka on the other hand, took home her third Grand Slam trophy after the 2018 US Open and 2019 Australian Open. For Thiem, it was his first Grand Slam victory. In the Australian Open Earlier, this year, he was a runner-up, and he lost the French Open in 2018 and 2019.


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