Roger Federer v Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open final
If at the beginning of January someone had told us that Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal would make it to the first Grand Slam final, we wouldn’t have believed it. The history knows no “if’’ and tomorrow both of them will compete for the trophy. This will definitely be the match many of us dreamt about.
Generally, the Australian Open was an event of low quality tennis. It’s hard to mention any match that would make it to the top matches of 2017. Besides future finalists, only Stan Wawrinka, David Goffin and Grigor Dimitrov showed their best. The rest of the participants were far from their top tennis.
Rafael Nadal took advantage of Novak’s early exit. The Serb’s presence in the draw is depressive for the Spaniard. Have you noticed that when planning his schedule for the season Rafa tries to avoid events with Novak and Andy participating?
In fact, Rafa’s tennis today is very similar to the last-year’s. But know he’s more confident and manages to win the close matches (against Dimitrov and Raonic). The best-of-five-set format is also comfortable for Rafa as he gets time to adapt and prevail.
Roger Federer plays the tennis he has invented himself. It doesn’t matter to the Swiss who is on the other side of the net. Roger goes into attack and presses his competitors for mistakes. Serve-and-volley technique doesn’t work against him. To get any winners, Federer’s opponents have to attack and produce risky shots. Remember the matches against Wawrinka and Nishikori?
Tomorrow another chapter in one of the greatest tennis rivalries will take place. Two of the best players of the Open Era will compete on Melbourne court.
Betting pick: Enjoy the match and forget about betting. Don’t let any result disappoint you.
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IMHO Federer will win like 6:2 6:4 or so.
dotennis14 Mar 19:11
Probably. But Johnson's service is good, so Roger will rarely make more than one break in a set.