US Open 2019: Matteo Berrettini defeats Gael Monfils to reach first Grand Slam semi-final

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Italian 24th seed Matteo Berrettini edged a thrilling game to achieve a first Grand Slam semi-final at the US Open.
In a conclusion, the squandered four match points but held his nerve in a.
He won 3-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 7-6 (7-5) in three hours and 57 minutes.
The Italian will play either three-time winner Rafael Nadal or Argentine Diego Schwartzman to get a place in Sunday’s final at Flushing Meadows.
“At this time I do not recall any issues, just the match stage,” Berrettini stated.
“What a terrific battle. I think it was among the greatest matches I maybe ever saw – I had been playingwith, but I also saw. I am very proud of myself”
As his bid to attain a first US Open took off to the perfect start on Arthur Ashe Stadium frenchman Monfils, 33, had gone a set and a separation.
Originally not able to repay, Berrettini gained in confidence and battled back to win 12 of their 16 matches and move a set with Monfils.
The momentum flipped at the fourth group as Monfils summoned the nerve to seize a break point chance at 2-1 up – the break of serve sufficient to make sure the match would go the distance.
In keeping with the flow of the contest, the pair exchanged breaks in the group – but it was.
This wasn’t to be the conclusion of the drama, because the enormity of this event struck Berrettini and he double-faulted on his first match point at 5-3. That became split stage as the professional Monfils capitalised.
Holding to lead 6-5, two more match points were overlooked as Monfils forced a tie-break.
But threatening to let the opportunity slide once again the Italian, who had failed to advance beyond the initial round in 2 previous attempts in New York, shut out to set the match of his career up .
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