Nadal und Djokovic traten im Finale von Paris bereits zum Mal gegeneinander Wer am häufigsten in Wimbledon triumphierte? Federer. Im nächsten Marathon-Match des Wimbledon-Halbfinales hat sich Novak Djokovic durch das , , , , das Ticket für das Finale des. Das French-Open-Duell zwischen Rafael Nadal und Novak Djokovic ist In Wimbledon ist er inzwischen vor Federer Topfavorit und auf Sand.
Nadal, Djokovic, Federer - Rekorde für die EwigkeitIm nächsten Marathon-Match des Wimbledon-Halbfinales hat sich Novak Djokovic durch das , , , , das Ticket für das Finale des. Das French-Open-Duell zwischen Rafael Nadal und Novak Djokovic ist In Wimbledon ist er inzwischen vor Federer Topfavorit und auf Sand. Nadal und Djokovic traten im Finale von Paris bereits zum Mal gegeneinander Wer am häufigsten in Wimbledon triumphierte? Federer.
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Djoko is two points away from the title of his dreams, but still Rafa battles on forcing an error from the Serb with a big forehand of his own.
But Djoko responds with a touch of the Edbergs - serve and volley - and a touch of class to put away the backhand overhead winner. That's Championship point.
Still the crowd implore Rafa to fight on but it's no good A forehand into the corner sees Rafa hit long, and the Wimbledon title is Djokovic's now.
Rafa chooses a bad time to throw in his first double-fault and an even worse time to fire in a couple of sloppy groundstrokes to gift Djoko three break-points.
He saves one, just, with a forehand on to the line but he is out, a long way out on the next. Disaster for Rafa.
Total disaster. Novak Djokovic will serve for the Wimbledon title next. He gets his wish when Rafa comes in to put away a volley to hold to love and take the third set.
Where will this match take us next folks? The next couple of games might give us a clue or two on where Novak's head is right now.
Rafa will be just thinking one thing: that he is going to win. Another one loops wide and that is two more break-points.
He saves the first with a drop-shot then easy put-away, and a big serve gets him back to deuce. Panic over? Nope, because he is getting out-gunned from the baseline now too, finding the net after a lengthy rally.
That's a third break-point, and he compounds this mini-slump with his first double-fault of the match. Rafa to serve for the third set next. He holds with ease, but that is probably because Djokovic is keeping his powder dry for another offensive in the fourth set.
He needed it at the start of the third set as he has been completely dominated but he has put that behind him and made the best possible start to the set.
No stopping Djokovic at the moment. Not even two Rafael Nadals could live with him right now - he fires down another forehand winner, making it 22 in all so far, and wraps up the set to love.
Nadal not at his best yet though, this is by no means over. Padster77 on Twitter: "Good first set by Djokovic, settled very well. Nedds to maintain that now.
Formula One driver Heikki Kovalainen on Twitter: "Nadal going to win today, Djokovic grunting too much, should save energy hitting the ball.
I saw Rafa practicing earlier, and his power is frightening close up. Djokovic will get a good view from the other side of the net.
Novak then whinging that 3 weeks ago he broke his toe and hasn't been right since. Seems the done thing these days!
Djokovic calls heads Rafa chooses to receive, and the pair of them begin their warm-up. A few final preparations and they will be good to go. If you are watching it wearing a pair of those natty specs, then please let us know what you think.
One of them will make the return journey as Wimbledon champion. I need to be physically ready, which I am. He's got number one tomorrow which is for an absolutely phenomenal performance.
I thought he was going to slide down the rankings but he has improved his game by a good 10 per cent and that at this level is a huge amount, they are the number one and two players in the world and deserve to be out there.
Has he got a chance of victory? He trails in previous meetings but he has won all four of their matches this year.
The sun has gone in but this is still a perfect day for tennis. Pretty much the perfect match in store too, with the defending Wimbledon champion up against the new world number one.
Give this page a manual refresh and we will begin I will tweet away throughout the final and there will be all manner of reaction to this match and Wimbledon as a whole on the BBC Sport website tonight and tomorrow.
Although you should really all be doing some work. Eyes down for a five-set thriller? The general feeling seems to be Rafa in four or five.
Nadal won the title last year so can only maintain the same total, Djokovic has improved on last year's semi-final run and so adds points. As Andy Murray said the other day, if you lose one match between January and July, you deserve to be number one.
Todd Martin: "Novak has a very clear idea of playing Rafa by playing very aggressively and not giving him a chance to dictate. It is the best way of playing and he is the one player who has had an answer to Nadal over several years.
He is next to Nadal as the most physical guy out there. He's not full of muscle like his opponent but he has better balance and his biggest weapon is that he can hurt Nadal with his backhand and forehand.
Granted, one reason for this drought was that, for most of the 20 th century, tennis careers were quite short. Prior to the advent of the Open Era in , amateurs were not allowed to make money from tennis.
Those few who sought to earn money as pros were banned from the prestigious Grand Slam events. The Borg mystique grew greater in when he earned his fifth straight Wimbledon title—and a year later, won a record sixth at Roland Garros.
Those remain titanic accomplishments. Federer has won the singles at Halle and Basel 10 times apiece. Djokovic has never lost in Beijing, racking up six titles and a match record.
That is no mere road. It is a rampage. In , the pair met three times, all in finals, with Djokovic winning the first two encounters, and Nadal winning the last one.
Djokovic started off by beating Nadal in the final of the Sony Ericsson Open in straight sets, and then supplanted that victory with a three-set victory over Nadal in Rome.
In the process he acquired a 4-match winning streak against the Spaniard, and also the first player to have amassed 4 clay-court wins over Nadal.
Their final meeting of the year came at the French Open, where Nadal went on to win the match after dropping the opening set to Djokovic.
In , the pair contested four matches with Djokovic winning all four. They met at the semifinal stage of the Monte Carlo Masters Series event.
The match was competitive in parts with Nadal producing, by his own assessment, his best performance yet of the season. However, a very in-form Djokovic prevailed.
They faced each other at the quarterfinal stage of the French Open where Djokovic beat Nadal in straight sets. It was Djokovic's first victory against the Spaniard in seven meetings at the tournament, Djokovic also broke the record for most sets won against Nadal at the French Open 7 , became the only man to ever beat Nadal at all four of the Grand Slam tournaments, became the first man to beat Nadal in straight sets in a best of five format match on clay, and also the only man to beat Nadal on clay 6 times.
This was also only the second time that Nadal has been defeated at the French Open, after losing to Robin Soderling in the edition of the tournament.
Nadal is now 86—2 at the French Open, and a —2 record for best-of-five set matches on clay. In , the pair met three times with all three matches going to Djokovic.
In the Doha final, Djokovic won in a convincing straight set victory bringing him into the head-to-head lead for the first time. Djokovic won again the semifinal at Indian Wells  and at the quarterfinal stage of the Rome Masters putting the rivalry at 26—23 in Djokovic's favor with a 7 match winning streak against Nadal.
Nadal defeated Djokovic in the Madrid Open semifinals 6—2, 6—4 to reverse a trend of losses. Nadal beat Djokovic in the semifinals at the Italian Open in two sets 7—6, 6—3, in their first match in over a year.
Djokovic beat Nadal in the semifinals at Wimbledon after five exhilarating sets, lasting over five hours.
Nadal and Djokovic again faced each other in the Australian Open grand slam final with Djokovic winning 6—3, 6—2, 6—3 in a relatively short match lasting two hours and four minutes.
Rafael Nadal seeded No. As the top two seeded players at the French Open , they met in the final. Nadal won a lopsided victory to claim his record-equalling 20th Grand Slam title, 6—0, 6—2, 7—5.
With Nadal widely regarded as invincible on clay courts by many in the tennis world,   Djokovic emerged as one of the few who could test his dominance on it, and the closest Nadal came to losing for the first time in this tournament came in May It was the longest Masters match and semifinal in Open Era history.
Djokovic ranked No. But the world No. Nadal needed this title to complete his Golden Career Slam, creating much hype before the tournament. Even more so when he would have to face Djokovic who had an excellent record on this surface.
Nadal had perfected his serve to the point where it became his most dangerous weapon. The Wimbledon final would put the world No.
Nadal, on a match winning streak at the All England Club, was favoured by many to win despite Djokovic coming into the match with four finals victories over Nadal during year.
However, with a four set victory, Djokovic became the first Serbian man to win Wimbledon and for the first time overtook Nadal for the No. The US Open final had Nadal as the defending champion after defeating Djokovic the prior year but with Djokovic having defeated Nadal in five finals including a victory over Nadal in the Wimbledon final earlier in the year, expectations were high on Djokovic to win his first US Open title.
In a match lasting 4 hours and 10 minutes, Djokovic defeated Nadal for a sixth consecutive finals victory over Nadal.
With the win, Djokovic became the sixth man in the open era to win three of the four majors in the same year. This match was the third straight Djokovic vs Nadal major final.
It was the longest Grand Slam final in history with Djokovic prevailing 7—5 in the fifth set in 5 hours 53 minutes.
However, Nadal managed to force a deciding set. He went up a break in the fifth set, but the turning point was when he missed a backhand winner at the net at 4—2 30—15, and lost his chance to consolidate his break.
With the win, Djokovic brought his win streak against Nadal to seven, all of which were in finals and 3 being grand slam finals.
This match was the fourth straight Djokovic vs Nadal major final. Rafael Nadal won the first set 6—4, Nadal gaining a break of serve after a long attritional battle.
There were several delays due to the erratic rain, but none lasting more than an hour. With Nadal leading by two sets to one, and Djokovic leading 2—1 and serving up a break in the fourth set, the match was suspended due to rain;  it was initially thought that Djokovic had gained the momentum, having won eight games in a row prior to the suspension of the match, however, Nadal was able to regroup and take the fourth set, and ultimately the match, after Djokovic double-faulted on championship point down.
Björn Borg dubbed it the greatest clay court match ever. The match had momentum swings throughout the entire affair but the most important occurred late in the fifth set when Djokovic, up a break, touched the net on a winner that would have put him in position to serve for the match, losing the point.
He never recovered mentally from this mistake and Nadal saved the break and immediately broke back, eventually winning the final set.
Djokovic defeated Nadal ending a 39 match winning streak at the tournament in straight sets. After a highly competitive first set, Nadal's level declined in the second and third allowing Djokovic to finally get the better of him at the tournament he had dominated for the last ten years.
It was the second time Nadal lost in the French Open and the only time he lost in straight sets at the event. Djokovic eventually lost in the final to Stan Wawrinka.
Djokovic defeated Nadal in a thrilling five set match, lasting 5 hours, 15 minutes and played over two days. The match was highly anticipated early on, as Nadal, the world No.
Before the match, Nadal was considered as the slight favourite due to his far superior form that year, including a straight-set victory over Djokovic at the Italian Open.
Djokovic and Nadal won the first and second sets respectively. The third set entered the tiebreak and Djokovic saved three set points to win the set.
As Wimbledon does not permit match play after p. The fourth set, played next day, featured a lot of break point opportunities for both players, but eventually it was Nadal who took the set.
In the fifth set, both players held serve for the first seventeen games, despite Nadal having break points in ninth and fifteenth games, and Djokovic in eighth and sixteenth games.
In the end, Djokovic broke Nadal's serve at love to seal the match. Nadal won his 13th Roland Garros title, beating Novak Djokovic in straight sets in the tournament 's final, only losing seven games.
However, there was to be no miracle recovery as a double fault handed Nadal a lead and he took the title with an ace. Commentators Dick Enberg , John McEnroe , and Mary Carillo have said that this rivalry has the potential of being the greatest rivalry in tennis history due to the number of matches already played between the two, the quality of the matches, and the age difference of only one year.
Djokovic is the player with the most career wins against Nadal. Nadal is also the player with the most career wins against Djokovic.
Djokovic is the only player to have defeated Nadal in 4 clay court finals, the only player to defeat Nadal at the French Open in straight sets, and the only player to defeat Nadal in 7 consecutive finals.
Both play a similar style of tennis but have differences that make their matches competitive and unique. Djokovic is the only player to defeat Nadal in three consecutive grand slam finals and the only player to defeat Nadal in all four grand slams Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open.
Conversely, Nadal is the only player to defeat Djokovic in two hard court slam finals US Open and The rivalry has seen dominance shift back and forth, with Nadal winning sixteen of their first twenty-three matches, followed by Djokovic beating Nadal seven times in a row, then Nadal winning six out of seven, and Djokovic winning fourteen out of the last nineteen.
Many pundits have claimed this to be the greatest rivalry of the Open Era given the number of records it has produced, the quality of their matches, it has the most encounters in the Open Era, and the number of classic matches it has produced that are unrivaled by any other.
In , it was rated the 3rd best rivalry of the last decade even though it only began in