No more tears: Stan Wawrinka ends del Potro's US Open run

No more tears: Stan Wawrinka ends del Potro's US Open run

No more tears: Stan Wawrinka ends del Potro's US Open run

After being outplayed in a tie-breaker in the first set, Del Potro came back strongly in the second one to win it 6-4, but couldn't keep up the momentum and ultimately lost the third and fourth sets 3-6 and 2-6 respectively.

Del Potro, the 2009 US Open victor, had missed nine successive slams due to a string of wrist surgeries before returning to Wimbledon, where he ousted Wawrinka in the second round.

A promising display at Wimbledon - where he beat Wawrinka - and a silver-medal showing at the Rio Olympics saw Del Potro arrive in NY with momentum behind him, but few would have expected the Argentine to make it all the way to the last eight.

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No more tears: Stan Wawrinka ends del Potro's US Open run

But Wawrinka looked the fresher as the clock ticked past 1am (US time) to secure the third set and as Del Potro finally wilted to his opponent's power. "It's bigger than winning any match". That means something good to me.

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"I think my tennis is starting to respond as I want, but physically I'm still down", Del Potro said.

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Wawrinka, who had to save a match point in his third-round clash with Dan Evans, will be playing in a third US Open semi-final in four years.

Juan Martin del Potro listened as the umpire pleaded in vain to quiet the crowd and wiped tears from his eyes as chants of "Ole, ole, ole, Delpo, Delpo!" reverberated across the stadium. This time Del Potro was able to do what he couldn't in the first set and held onto his position of dominance, eventually wrapping up the set 6-4 after a 10th game that included three challenges and an overrule. "The crowd made me so happy again", he said, "and I don't even mind the score".

"Now I'm fighting at the same level as the top guys, and I already beat Djokovic, Rafa". So what I gather from that is I really could have played better in that second set and maybe had an opportunity to win in straights. I saw him play today.

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Next week, however, he should be back in the top 65.

"He's an unbelievable champion", the Swiss world No. 3 said.

"It was not easy because he's really tough, he makes you hesitate, I tried to make longer rallies and go back a bit to make him play more balls". "He won here. He got so unlucky with all the injuries he had, and the way he's playing right now already, it's wonderful".

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