Tennis tips and predictions. Novak Djokovic vs Rafael Nadal in the French open quarterfinals.
Unfortunately, the nine-time champion Rafael Nadal hasn’t tuned to his play at this event. He definitely didn’t live up to his “King of the clay” title when he faced Jack Sock in the fourth round. Rafa looked unconfident and gave up three serves to the American opponent. As soon as Nadal feels some pressure, he starts to remind Andy Murray hitting all balls to the half court and going into defense. This tactics won’t work against Djokovic. The Serb may be defeated only by exclusively sharp tools.
Novak Djokovic looks much more impressive at this tournament. He lost only three serves for the whole event and won 74 percent of the first serve points. The World No. 1 is extremely confident in all his decisions. Probably he looked a bit tired facing Kokkinakis. But all the rest were blown away from the court.
We would rightly say that Djokovic is an outright favorite in the upcoming quarter-finals encounter. The only alarming issue is the weather conditions in Paris. Strong wind has already played to Nishikori’s disadvantage and may prevent Djokovic from succeeding as well.
But generally speaking, unless Rafa’s uncle Toni thinks of something extraordinary or weather takes the cost, we’ll watch Djokovic struggling in the semifinal match.
So Dotennis team predicts that Novak Djokovic will advance to the final four at Roland Garros.
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