Juan Martin del Potro is aiming to win his second Grand Slam title nine years after his first when he takes on Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic in this morning’s US Open final in New York.
Victory would cap the Argentine's most successful year, in which he has risen to a career‑high third in the world.
The 29‑year‑old reached the final when world number one Rafael Nadal retired with a knee injury in their semi‑final.
His first title came at the US Open in 2009 when he beat Roger Federer.
Djokovic is no stranger to big occasions, though, and will be playing in his eighth US Open final.
The 13‑time Grand Slam champion has also won eight of his last 10 meetings with Del Potro, including their last three in 2017.
Novak Djokovic will face Juan Martin Del Potro in the U.S Open Mens final this hour.
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