Rafael Nadal downs Kevin Anderson for 3rd US Open title, Martina Hingis lifts 25th Grand Slam trophy
Rafael Nadal clinched Grand Slam No 16 with a clinical demolition of Kevin Anderson in the US Open final. Check out some of the best moments from Day 14.
Rafael Nadal, of Spain, holds up the championship trophy after beating Kevin Anderson, of South Africa, in the men's singles final of the US Open. Nadal won 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 in a masterclass of a performance. AP
Kevin Anderson returns a shot from Rafael Nadal in the final. Despite being one of biggest servers on the ATP Tour, Anderson was unable make a dent in Nadal’s defence and he managed not a single break point in his maiden Grand Slam final. AP
Rafael Nadal was dominant on his return and was flawless at the net. He took only two hours and 27 minutes to breeze past his opponent. AP
Rafael Nadal shakes hands with Kevin Anderson at the net after winning the men's singles final. This win takes Nadal to 16 Grand Slam titles in his career. AP
Rafael Nadal, right, poses for photos with Kevin Anderson with their respective trophies. This is the fourth year that Nadal has won at least two Grand Slam titles. AP
Martina Hingis, of Switzerland, left, and Chan Yung-Jan, of Taiwan, hold up the women's doubles championship trophy after beating Katerina Siniakova, of Czech Republic, and Lucie Hradecka, of the Czech Republic, in the women's doubles final. Hingis also won the mixed doubles title with Jamie Murray to capture her 25th career Grand Slam crwon. AP
Wu Yibing, of China, won the US Open boys' singles title against Axel Geller, of Argentina. AP
Amanda Anisimova, of the United States, reacts after winning the junior girls singles championship game over Cori Gauff, of the United States, during junior girls singles final.