Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates his victory over Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina during their 2018 US Open men's singles final match on September 9, 2018 in New York. / AFP / Eduardo MUNOZ ALVAREZ
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Over the last eight weeks Djokovic has resembled the Grand Slam machine that held all four major titles at the same time in 2016 .Playing on the same court where Pete Sampras claimed his 14th and final Grand Slam crown, Djokovic had endured more disappointment than joy on Arthur Ashe, mining just three titles from eight finals.In a tight opening set, there was only a single break point and Djokovic made it count to go up 5-3 before serving it out.Djokovic kept up the pressure with an early break in the second before Del Potro broke back to end the Serb's run of 23 consecutive holds.
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