Djokovic defeats him and goes on to the final

Djokovic defeats him and goes on to the final
Natal Djokovic

Spanish Rafa Nadal, 13-time champion Roland Kross, Who lost to Serbia’s Novak Djokovic in the semifinals of the Paris Grand Slam this Friday, one of his two rivals in the competition for the most Grand Slam titles tennis player in history.

The win was of double value, reaching Roland Carros’ final and eliminating the contestant with the big letters for the title, but separating him from the three-way tournament as the most successful player in Grand Slam history, and winning the coveted title of best tennis player of all time.

Nadal holds 20 Grand Slam titles on his record, similar to Roger Federer of Switzerland, and two more than Djokovic.

But this time the Serbian’s shadow was too long for Nadal in Paris, and Mallorgen suffered his third defeat in 108 games played in the tournament for no reason.

The epic match between Natalie and Djokovic

Djokovic, who won the epic 4-6 and 11-minute match 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7/4), 6-2, will seek his second title on Sunday against the Greeks in the Paris Brick Dust. Stephanos Chitsibas.

The emotional, brilliant game, the equality, the intensity, the fight between the two Colosseums met 58 times- did not disappoint the expectations of the fans, thanks to the government exception the game was able to witness until its end which is in effect in France from 11:00 pm local time.

In the first set Nadal won 5-0, which increased the quick and clear competition in the 2020 final against the same rival. But the script got worse quickly. Already in that first set, Djokovic ended 6-3, declaring that he would not give his hand to turn so easily.

Decisive third set

The Serbian would respond 6-3 in the second set, and take the third set on a tiebreak that lasted 97 minutes to hit Natalie Waterline.

“In the end, of course, if you win the third set, it’s important, because the panorama changes, but I’m not a fan of talking about matches based on a point,” Mallorgan explained at a press conference. More to complete the competition.

Weakened physically and morally, the fourth and final match fell without much resistance from the Serbian side. “I couldn’t mark the differences like other times, and sometimes my ball didn’t hurt,” he admitted.

“You have to lend him, congratulate him, I know I can play better on this court,” he added.

Djokovic, who has qualified for his sixth Parisian Grand Slam final, is the first man to win all four Grand Slams in a trophy-lifting event on Sunday for more than 50 years.

Ra If you want to beat Rafa on his court, you have to play your best tennis. I did my best tennis this afternoon, ”explained Djokovic at the foot of the court. Since 2015, Serbian is the only tennis player to have beaten Natalie twice on the clay of Paris.

One comment Nadal did not share: “I did not face the best Djokovic, but he did not face my best self,” he said.

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