Federer, who last won the U.S. Open 10 years ago, believes he will be sharp enough to navigate a difficult draw.
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Below are five talking points for the U.S. Open, the final Grand Slam of the season, which gets underway at Flushing Meadows Monday:Nadal, Federer to meet – for first time? Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have 37 Grand Slam titles between them and have clashed 38 times in a mesmerizing rivalry stretching back to 2004 . However, the world's two top players have never encountered each other at the U.S. Open.Will Federer end 10-year New York drought? Federer has won five U.S. Open titles, but they all came between 2004-2008 . Greek player Stefanos Tsitsipas, 20, who is ranked 15 having been at 161 in the world this time last year, made his mark at the Toronto Masters this month where he defeated Zverev, Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson on his way to the final where he lost to Nadal.
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