Novak Djokovic produced an impressive performance in the semi-finals, defeating Carlos Alcaraz 6-3, 6-2 to clinch a record-breaking seventh ATP Finals title on Saturday, which he described as his best performance of the tournament. Today we will discuss about Carlos Alcaraz Novak Djokovic: Wimbledon final| H2H| Match.
Carlos Alcaraz Novak Djokovic: Wimbledon final| H2H| Match
For most of this season, Carlos Alcaraz was the only player who faced Novak Djokovic on equal footing at the biggest tournaments around the world. But while the pair have produced many great classics together and Alcaraz has enjoyed an incredible year in his own right, in the end Djokovic still stands alone.
Carlos defeated seven-time champion Novak Djokovic to win his first Wimbledon title on Sunday, ending the Serb’s dream of winning a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title.
World number one Alcaraz came back after losing the first set and saving a set point in the second set to win 1-6, 7-6 (8/6), 6-1, 3-6, after four hours and 42 hours. Won 6-4. Minutes on center court.
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Looking ahead to Sunday’s final, he will now face the only man who has beaten him so far in Turin. Italian home favorite, Jannik Sinner. Italy is a country where Djokovic usually has strong support, but the final will be an exception.
Rusedski says Sinner has a chance to win, but it depends on his serve: “What impressed me about Janik [in their round-robin match] was that usually when you’re in the third set When matches reach a tie-breaker, Djokovic almost always wins. He made an unexpected error and that was enough for the sinner. I was very impressed with [Sinners’] use of the drop shot and willingness to come forward.