Being healthy and happy better than winning Grand Slams, says Rafael Nadal

Being healthy and happy better than winning Grand Slams, says Rafael Nadal

Being healthy and happy better than winning Grand Slams, says Rafael Nadal

The current World No.1 player made a staggering win with 4-6, 6-0, 6-3, 6-2 against the Argentina player on Friday.

Anderson reached the final by overcoming Spain's Pablo Carreño Busta 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 earlier in the day.

This is going to be his 23rd Grand Slam finals, and he is going to be after his 16th title.

Del Potro took that opening set, but Nadal took over the match from there.

"He always makes you play another shot", Del Potro said of Nadal.

"It's been an wonderful season, of course", Nadal said, "after a couple of years with some troubles, injuries, tough moments".

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"It's been an incredible season for me and I'm so happy to get a chance to fight for another title after a couple of seasons with injury troubles", Nadal said after his match.

On the same court where del Potro ended Federer's five-year title run and 40-match winning streak, the reigning Australian Open and Wimbledon champion said: "Juan Martin fought like a lion".

After losing a tight first set, the Spaniard hit a rich vein of form, dropping just five more games, dominating on serve and ending the match with 25 forehand winners. That was the first set Carreno Busta had lost in six matches here.

"So I tried to move him around more and be more unpredictable. I was lucky to break his serve with the net point", he admitted.

In the semi-finals against Juan Martin del Potro, he recovered from losing the first set to batter his tired opponent, dropping just five games in the next three sets. After the Spaniard defeated Andrey Rublev, it seemed virtually nailed on that NY would witness a first meeting between the great beasts of men's tennis in the semi-finals. He is 0-4 against Nadal. That, though, is a thought for another day - Nadal is concerned only with the challenge of Del Potro.

Although he has a 5-8 win-loss record against the Spanish juggernaut, he has won their last two matches, at the Rio Olympics past year and at the Shanghai Masters in 2013. Anderson broke Carreno Busta's serve for a 3-1 lead, but the Spaniard broke back to cut Anderson's lead to 3-2 and then held serve to tie the set at 3-3.

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I have two fancies for this clash, a sensible selection and an audacious one, although both are supported by solid logic. "I've been exhausted after the [Dominic] Thiem match, the Roger [Federer] match". "I had flu during the week".

"The best player won today, by far, and I don't have a problem with that", he told a news conference. He really controls the court well, the few times I have played him. "He deserved to win, and I did all my best, all my effort to survive this match - but I couldn't do well". Being in a semifinal, he said, left him "unbelievably nervous starting out" against an opponent in the same semifinal-debut circumstance.

"He's had many injuries but the way he has come back is a great example to the kids". I'm okay with it, and I tried until the very end. This time, the 24th-seeded del Potro actually edged ahead with the match's first break, going up 3-2 in the first set when his backhand return caught the net tape and took a fortuitous roll over to Nadal's side for a victor.

The Argentine closed out the first set with a lightning quick forehand.

Anderson's story is a heart-warming one. He had to endure four wrist surgeries in the past. But the most important thing is to play at my best level.

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