Tennis tips and betting predictions. Roger Federer vs Novak Djokovic at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
This year Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer in Indian Wells, Rome, New York and at the Wimbledon. All of these matches were played under the similar circumstances as the upcoming final. The only difference is that the courts in London are faster.
Roger Federer beat Novak Djokovic in Dubai, Cincinnati and here, in London, at the group stage. From all these victories a win in Cincinnati stands out. Djokovic was desperate to win this match, but had no success. Historically it’s been always pretty hard for Djokovic to play at the North American Masters. Here he has usually got easily exhausted and couldn’t show his best game. So far in London neither of two players had a complicated match. This means they are both fresh and ready to leave it all on the court.
But, oddly enough, even at the end of the tournament there are still doubts about their form. Neither Djokovic nor Federer were able to reach their top form. If Federer wants to win, his first serve percentage should be at least 70%, but yet he hasn’t reached this number. Djokovic shows very clever tennis, hitting the ball from corner to corner, but still he had very weak matches against Berdych, Federer and Nadal. We think that comparing how they played against Nishikori can help to indicate who of the two finalists is stronger. Djokovic and Federer showed excellent performance against the Japanese. Why they don’t like him so much is quite unclear (probably they see Nishikori as a threat). Djokovic had a more confident victory over Kei, which eventually makes him a favorite to win the tournament.
To sum it up, we believe that Novak Djokovic will overcome Roger Federer. (But we don’t recommend betting on this match.)
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dotennis14 Mar 19:11
Probably. But Johnson's service is good, so Roger will rarely make more than one break in a set.