US Open 2015 men’s final: Roger Federer vs Novak Djokovic live stream details etc
New York: The US Open 2015 menâ€™s final unlike the womenâ€™s final is all about top seeded players proving their worth and reaching the final. While the final of womenâ€™s tennis was actually dominated by players who were not known to be among the best, among the men it was simply quality and quality.
Top two players of the sport namely Novak Djokovic and the second seeded Roger Federer have worked really hard to reach the level where they are at the moment, in the US Open final 2015. Roger Federer who is yet to lose a single round in the tournament thus far has reached his first US Open final in as many as six years.
If Roger Federer is able to clinch the final, as many expect him to do, he will be the oldest to achieve the feat. He has won the trophy five times thus far and a win here tonight will give him the sixth US Open trophy. Going by the rather easy semifinal win against Stan Wawrinka he seems to be rather well-placed to outsmart the Serb number on Dkojovik. 34-year old Federer beat Stan Wawrinka 6-4, 6-3, 6-1.
After winning the match against Stan Wawrinka, an elated Federer said, â€œI’m very happy. It’s been a great tournament so far, I have tried very hard in the last six years to get back to the final and tonight it workedâ€¦I am playing at a good level, possibly my best. I am serving very well, going for my shotsâ€¦I’d love for it to keep working for one more match.â€
Federer said that the final match will be tough as he will be fighting an opponent who is among the best in the sport. â€œNovak has had a tremendous year. There’s a lot on the line. He could win his third Slam of the year while I can win my first for some timeâ€¦He’s the best mover on hard courts. He will be tough to beat but I am ready for the challengeâ€, Federer said.
US Open tennis 2015 men’s final will be playedÂ after the women’s doubles final between Martina Hingis & Sania Mirza and Casey Dellacqua & Yaroslava Shvedova. It will begin tentatively atÂ 4 p.m. ET. ESPN will broadcast the match, and a live stream will be available atÂ WatchESPN.
US Open 2015 men’s final live streaming detail