Novak Djokovic is one win away from being the third man to win a Grand Slam title after his stunning semi-final win from five sets over Alexander Zverev at the US Open. Djokovic outscored Zverev 4-6, 6-2, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 to book a place in the final against Daniil Medvedev on Sunday, and if he wins again, he will join Don Badge (1938) and Rod Laver (1962). , 1969) as the only men to win all four Grand Slam tournaments in one calendar year. US Open Prize Money: How Much Will Winners Earn? A victory over the Russian, seeded No. 2 would also see Djokovic win his 21st Grand Slam title, putting him one lead over rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the tally. Witnessing the 34-year-old’s victory over Zverev at Arthur Ashe Stadium, Australian legend Laver, who was present in the crowd, and speaking after the win, Djokovic said he was aware of how close he was to the Grand Slam schedule, but was simply focused on getting the win over Medvedev. Calendar Salam said, “It’s there, it’s there. I know people love hearing me talk about them, but there’s not much to talk about.” There is exactly one more match. all in all. let’s do it. I will put my heart, my soul, my body and my head into it. I will treat the next game as if it was the last game of my career. It was a 53-shot rally at a set point in the third set, and Zverev won the point with a forehand to keep the set, but Djokovic won the match and settled it outright. So far, Tom Gatto has contributed to this report.