While he beat Andrey Rublev on Wednesday, Novak Djokovic could find Stefanos Tsitsipas in the Australian Open final. The two men, qualified for the semi-finals, have already met, since the Serb had beaten him in the Roland-Garros final in 2021. A match that seems to have come out of Nole’s memory, according to his remarks at a press conference.
Novak Djokovic is still in the race to win his 22nd title of the Grand Slam. Opposed to Andrey Rublev this Wednesday in the quarter-finals of theAustralian Open, the Serb easily clinched his ticket to the semi-finals by winning 6-1, 6-2, 6-4. It is the tenth time in his career that he has qualified for the semi-finals at Melbournewhere it will be opposed to Tommy Paul. If he beats the latter, he could then find himself facing Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final, who for his part will have to get rid of Karen Khachanov.
Djokovic forgets his final against Tsitsipas
A potential final that would look like Roland-Garros 2021. Indeed, the Serb and the Greek had clashed on the Philippe-Chatrier court, which had seen the first named win after a memorable match (6-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6- 2, 6-4). In effect, Novak Djokovic, led by two sets, had managed to win in five sets. A final which does not seem to have marked the spirits of Absent. « I know Tsitsipas, he’s probably the most experienced guy out of all the other quarter-finalists. He has already played several times in the second week of a…
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