The first men's singles quarterfinalist of the US Open! Nordic geniuses set a 141-year history, winning another game or reaching the top of No.1

The first men's singles quarterfinalist of the US Open! Nordic geniuses set a 141-year history, winning another game or reaching the top of No.1

On okbet com September 7, the first top 4 players were born in the men's singles field of the US Open! Norway's Rudder lost three straight sets to defeat Italy's Berrettini 3-0 (6-1 6-4 7-6) to reach the U.S. Open men's singles finals for the first time in his career and the first time in the 141-year history of the U.S. Open that a Norwegian player appeared in the men's singles semifinals. For the Norwegian player, he may be only 1 win away from reaching the top of the world! Of course, the premise is that Alcaraz does not qualify for the final.

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Rudd and Berrettini are both post-95 players, and their styles are very different. Ruud is good at clay fighting, running ability and bottom line ability, and this year's French Open reached the final. Berrettini, on the other hand, is extremely good at serves, reaching the final at Wimbledon last year. But in this game, Ruud showed people to be extremely good at receiving hair and played a magical game.

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In the first set, Ruud played an amazing performance on the serve, breaking two consecutive serves of Berrettini in the opening game, leading 5-0, and then quickly won the first set 6-1. In the second set, Rudd broke the opponent's two sets in a row and led 5-1! Although Berrettini trailed 4-5, Ruud seized the opportunity to win another set 6-4. In the third set, Berrettini once won the set with a 5-3 service, but Ruud was steady to defuse the situation and drag the game into the seventh. In the seventh, Ruud easily won 7-4, thus sweeping the opponent 3-0 to advance to the final four.

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Arguably, Ruud played an amazing game. Facing Berrettini, who averaged 199 km/h per shot, Rudd's serve scoring rate came to 43%, which is unimaginable data presentation. This is also the first time in His career that Rudd has advanced to the US Open men's singles round of 4, and he is only 2 wins away from becoming the world number one, and may only be 1 win away.

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Since Nadal is out, as long as Rudd advances to the final, he will surpass Nadal in points. If Alcaraz in the second half does not qualify for the final, Ruud will be able to reach the top of the world as long as he reaches the final; If Alcaraz and Rudd reach the final at the same time, the winning side will top the world. You know, Rudd's career so far, the highest level of championship is only 250 events.