Record-Breaking Victory: Djokovic's 24th Grand Slam Win

After defeating Daniil Medvedev 6-3 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 in the men's final, Novak Djokovic won the US Open on Sunday, bringing his grand slam singles victory total to 24.

With his victory on Sunday, the world No. 2 equaled Margaret Court's record for most grand slam victories ever, further solidifying his status as one of the best tennis players in history.

After the game, Djokovic stated, "It means the world to me. I'm able to participate at the greatest level in the sport that has given my family and me so much. That was my boyhood ambition.

Djokovic had a record of 72-1 when winning the opening set at the US Open going into Sunday's final; his lone defeat came at the hands of Stan Wawrinka in the 2016 championship match. 

Djokovic and Medvedev traded points in a suspenseful back-and-forth in the second set, which ended with the Serb's 7-5 tiebreak triumph after an hour and 45 minutes.

Djokovic increased his advantage over Roger Federer of Switzerland (20) and Rafael Nadal of Spain (22) for the most men's singles championships ever won.

When his daughter and son, who is nine years old, were old enough to comprehend the victory, he stated they needed to witness it.

At the Australian Open, he equaled Rafael Nadal's record of 22 grand slam victories. At the French Open, he broke the record with 23 grand slam victories. He lost to Carlos Alcaraz in the Wimbledon final.

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