Naomi Osaka of Japan returns against Serena Williams of the US during their Women's Singles Finals match at the 2018 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York on September 8, 2018. / AFP / TIMOTHY A. CLARY
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Naomi Osaka began the U.S. Open having never made it past the fourth round of a Grand Slam tournament and seeded 20th.Osaka was the biggest revelation at this U.S. Open – who could be surprised at Novak Djokovic winning his 14th major championship Sunday? – but plenty else happened over what undoubtedly was as wild a Grand Slam tournament as there's been in years.DJOKOVIC IS BACKDjokovic's second major title in a row, after Wimbledon in July, signaled fully that he is once again at the height of his powers.His coach, Marian Vajda, said Djokovic peaked from the quarterfinals on, and it's tough to argue. This follows a two-year slam drought for the 31-year-old Serb, who suddenly is tied with Pete Sampras for the third-most major trophies by a man, trailing only Roger Federer's 20 and Rafael Nadal's 17 .
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