Ivo Karlovic – Novak Djokovic. Qatar Open 2015
On paper Novak Djokovic was a favorite of this match, everyone thought that he should win it relatively easy. The Serb played his previous matches very strong and looked really confident, but Karlovic had his own plans for this game. Djokovic has always struggled to play against guys with superfast serve and this match has once again proved it. The players spent 2h 15min on court, Novak hit 11 aces and made 2 double faults, while Ivo responded with 21 aces, 1 breakpoint and made 3 double faults on his serve. The most surprising fact was that the World No. 1 could not create a single breakpoint during the entire encounter. The Croat played very well on his serve and tried to act as aggressively as possible to put a lot of pressure on his opponent. The key moment of the meeting was when in the third set Ivo unexpectedly hit a fantastic shot down the line, which brought him a breakpoint. It helped Ivo to eventually defeat Novak in three sets 7/6(2), 6/7(6), 4/6. Thanks to Ivo’s determination and desire to win, this match has not only became a sensation, but also got in our list of the best matches of 2015!
Stan Wawrinka – Kei Nishikori. Australian Open 2015
An easy win of the Swiss should not mislead you, as this match turned out to be really exciting. Hardly anyone expected to see a total domination of any of the opponents, but Stan Wawrinka proved everyone had been wrong! It was almost impossible to play against him that day. He showed great attitude, perfect concentration and fought for every ball, which made him a hero of this article. Of course, the Japanese tried really hard, but almost flawless game of his rival puzzled Kei to pieces. Players spent 2 hours 3 minutes on court, during which Stan made three breaks, hit twenty aces and four double faults, while Nishikori took his opponent’s serve once, hit 6 aces and made 2 double faults. Wawrinka managed to win in three sets - 6/3, 6/4, 7/6 (6). It was a great victory, which we couldn’t leave without our attention.
Andy Murray – Rafael Nadal. Madrid Masters 2015
Elated by his success in Munich Andy Murray stormed another clay tournament - the Madrid Masters. In the final he defeated no one else but the most successful clay player of all times Rafael Nadal, which became one of the most sensational results of the year. It was an easy victory for Andy. Nadal just couldn’t find the respond to Andy’s excellent tennis. The Scott won 6/3, 6/2, leaving Nadal in a state of shock.
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Stan Wawrinka – Novak Djokovic. Roland-Garros 2015
It was a match, which not only became the best matche at the tournament, but one of the best this year! Our team gave only 20% on Stan’s win, but he did it. Everyone, who has anything to do with tennis, was almost sure that Novak will be the champion. And only Wawrinka believed in his own chances. Both players showed impressive tennis, but the final was won by the one, who didn’t have the fear of losing it. Stan Wawrinka showed the world who he really is and what he can achieve when he’s focused on his goal. Even though Djokovic was playing at his maximum, Wawrinka turned out to be unbeatable at this year’s French Open. We have no doubts, that he would have beaten even Rafa Nadal in his top form. This match will forever remain in the history of tennis.
Roger Federer – Andy Murray. Wimbledon 2015
Mixture of skill and experience helped Roger to win this match. The Swiss showed stunning performance that day and we can’t remember the last time he played that well. Slow and steady pace of the game was changing to the aggressive sharp tennis in the key moments. This master class from Roger should see everyone who loves this game. Even the Swiss maestro himself admitted that it was of the best matches in his long career. It was a hard-fought battle, think only of the end of the second set, which brought a real thriller on Murray’s serve. But, as it turned out, it was pointless for Murray to fight that day. The match with a huge advantage of the Swiss player in both physical and psychological aspects ended with his confident victory - 7/5, 7/5, 6/4.
Kevin Anderson – Andy Murray. US OPEN 2015
Anderson is one of the few powerful tennis players who also can show decent game at the baseline, as he did that day. Murray, of course, was a favorite, but the South African, thanks to his good form and more aggressive game managed to make a little sensation. The match was a difficult one and therefore more interesting. It lasted for 4hours and 18 minutes and ended with a confident win of Anderson - 7/6, 6/3, 6/7, 7/6. We are thankful to both players, who brought us this amazing show for which they deserve a place in our ranking.
Novak Djokovic– Kei Nishikori. ATP World Tour Finals (London) 2015
Although the final score of the first match at the tournament was devastating, this encounter turned out to be really interesting. Kei, despite the total domination of the Serb, looked great, and the result completely hides the high level of tennis both athletes showed that day, the Japanese in particular. Nishikori was just unlucky enough to play Novak in his first match, who showed perfect tennis after a fantastic season. If you want to see high-quality match, this game is definitely a must see.
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