US Open 2013 Men's Singles Final: Rafael Nadal vs Novak Djokovic – Statistics

US Open 2013 Men's Singles Final: Rafael Nadal vs Novak Djokovic – Statistics
New York: Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic clashed for the third time in the final of US Open on Monday with the former winning the title in four sets 6-2, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1.

This is Nadal’s second US Open and 13th Major title overall.

Here we take a look at the statistics from the final between the world’s top ranked players.

Match Statistics

• 1st Serve Percentage- RN: 64 | ND: 68 [Rafael Nadal (RN), Novak Djokovic (ND)]

• Double Faults- RN: 2 | ND: 1

• Aces- RN: 6 | ND: 1

• Winners (including service)- RN: 27 | ND: 46

• Unforced Errors- RN: 20 | ND: 53

• Break Points- RN: 7-12 | ND: 3-11

• Net Points- RN: 17-23 | ND: 22-36

• Total Points Won- RN: 121 | ND: 102

• 1st Serve Winning Pct- RN: 65 | ND: 58

• 2nd Serve Winning Pct.- RN: 56 | ND: 48

• Fastest serve (mph)- RN: 127 | ND: 125

• Average 1st serve speed (mph)- RN: 113 | ND: 111

• Average 2nd serve speed (mph)- RN: 89 | ND: 85
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