The second-seeded Thiem will play Sunday against No. 5 seed Alexander Zverev, with the victor earning his first Grand Slam title.
The German beat Spaniard Carreno Busta 3-6, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3 to reach his maiden Grand Slam final.
Pertaining to Nick's statistical response, Pablo recently said: "He must be pretty bored... when he comes back to tournaments, we will talk about him because he deserves it and in the meantime, well nothing, he will continue to tweet from home".
It marked the first time in the 23-year-old Zverev's career that he came from two sets down to win. Every single one of us deserves this first major title, everybody will give it all and that's what is on [our] mind.
"The first and second set second I guess it looks way easier on the scoresheet than it was actually", he added.
The absence of the Big 3 has offered a great chance to all players, as well as guaranteeing a dose of uncertainty in the predictions that we have not seen in Grand Slam tournaments for years.
It marked the first time in Zverev's career that he came from two sets behind to win. The third-seeded Russian hasn't dropped a set in his five matches. The first was Svetlana Kuznetsova, who rallied to defeat Lindsay Davenport after losing the first set 6-1 in 2004.
Medvedev acknowledged he was disappointed not to be in a second successive final at Flushing Meadows - he was beaten in five sets by Nadal a year ago - but said he would quickly move on from the loss as he did not feel he could have played much better.
A sluggish start saw the American lose the first 6-4, but she fought back to take the next two 6-3, 6-2, in 2hr 12min inside Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Medvedev served for the third set at 5-3, and was a point from claiming it at 40-30 but framed a forehand and never got that close again.
Sorry. My apologies. My honest apologies to the U.S. Open for crossing the net.
The Russian could not let go of the incident and checked out of the set before heading off court for a bathroom break. Thiem is the only Austrian male or female to reach multiple major finals (Thomas Muster made one, winning the 1995 French Open).
"Both tiebreaks were unbelievable. Tiebreaks are really mentally a tough thing". "I'm happy to do it in this stage", Zverev said. "It was a great semi-final". He will face either No. 2 seed Dominic Thiem or No. 3 Daniil Medvedev, the 2019 runner-up. Thiem hit his return back over the net and Medvedev, thrown off by the point continuing, dumped his shot into the net.
Medvedev was by now clearly hampered physically, choosing to serve and volley at 5-4 ahead for the first time in the match only to drop a routine effort in the tramlines.