Years past but we keep seeing the same players in the finals of the Grand Slam tournaments.
This year we will see the great battle between two old rivals in the AusOpen final.
Both are in great form now and they didn’t have any troubles with reaching the final.
Nadal showed his best in this tournament. it was important for him to spend as little time on courts as possible. Obviously he has some issues with his abs. Bus he has been playing very fast tennis and his attacking tactic didn’t give his opponents any chances.
As for Djokovic, it’s very difficult to see how good he is. The Serb is used to apply as much efforts as the match requires. In the current season he has lost to Agut in Doha thanks to good performance by three players: Fucovic, Basilashvili and Agut.
Now there will be one Nadal instead of them three. Can he replace them? He applies more power, generates more speed and will find it easier to attack. But how long can he survive? If the match prolongs, the Spaniard will run out of power first. So Nadal needs to win first two sets to fight for the championship.
What is also important to mention, Novak won recent nine matchups that didn’t take place on clay. Novak is very good at return. Novak easily hits the balls to the baseline so it may be hard to Nadal to reach these balls. As a result it will be rather difficult for the Spaniard to defend his serve.
And some words about mental strength. The Spaniard as well as Roger Federer is afraid of the Serb.
Summing up, we expect Djokovic to win. Also as the match starts it can be worthy to back Djokovic at good odds. The opening sets will go toe – to toe.
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