Novak Djokovic v Roger Federer Live
The final of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships will showcase a thrilling match between the top two seeds - Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, on the Centre Court on Sunday afternoon.
The two players have quite a history between them, with this being their 40th encounter. Moreover, this is going to be a rematch from the last year’s final at Wimbledon, where Novak Djokovic denied the world no. 2 his eighth title here, in five sets.
They have played each other thrice this year already, and the Serbian has won two of them. They both were the finals of Indian Wells and Rome Masters, and the only occasion where the world no. 1 lost was in the final of ATP Dubai. As of now, the Swiss is currently leading the tally by a slim margin of 20-19.
He has dropped a set only once throughout, and is coming in the game after defeating the local favorite Andy Murray in the semifinal, in straight sets, producing a massive 20 aces.
Novak Djokovic too has played quite well, and the only time he was in trouble was in the fourth round against Kevin Anderson, which he escaped by the skin of his teeth.
This match is certainly too close to call, but I will go with Roger Federer on this one, owing to his experience and his recent form.
Posted: 6th July 2014
The top seed and the runner – up from last year, Novak Djokovic will once again battle out in the Wimbledon final against the seven time champion here and the number four seed, Roger Federer, when the two meet up in Sunday's final.
Earlier, Roger Federer saw off the big – serving Canadian, Milos Raonic in the semi-final clash showing his class in what has been the best we have seen Roger Federer play for quite some time now and easily powered his way into a record – breaking NINTH Wimbledon final.
Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic has been seen struggling with lots of slips and tumbles on the court in his recent matches. His semi-final clash against Grigor Dimitrov was no exception but still somehow managed to end up on the winning side in an epic five set encounter.
This could possibly be the last and the best chance for the Swiss Maestro for a eighth Wimbledon Title who will be turning 33 next month. He will also be enjoying an extended rest as compared to Nole who has been part of five – setters recently.
On the other hand, the top seeded Serb will be trying to make amends for his last year’s loss in the final here and would love to one step further this time.
The match is having all the qualities of a great showpiece and is likely to go down to the wire.
Posted: 6th July 2012
On Day Eleven of The Championships Wimbledon, our third Grand Slam of the year, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer will go head to head on Friday, July 6th at 1:00PM in the Centre Court of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. These two will be playing a semifinal match in order to move onto the finals of the tournament, and Novak Djokovic Andy Murray and Jo Wilfried Tsonga will also be playing that day.
The defending champion for the Wimbledon tournament happens to be Novak Djokovic, but that is the only time that he has been able to win the tournament and he has played in no less than seven tournaments. He has competed in the doubles in the past, but has only been abl eto make it to round two. Roger Federer has had an impressive history with this tournament, having won every single consecutive edition from 2003 to 2007 and then he wasn't able to win in 2008, but he took it again in 2009.
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Posted: 12th July 2015
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