Well, we all can say that for the second time in the fifth set we have seen Novak Djokovic serving at 15-40. You all can say that on the first occasion he had the poise to win the next six points, save the double break of serve and threaten if only briefly, the Rafael Nadal service game. Overall, you can say that it was the best game for him. After five hours of intense tennis, Djokovic looked fatigued. You can say that the battle is going to be interesting in the upcoming days.
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As you all may know that things weren’t looking easy for both players as Nadal was looking quite engaging with the game. He saved one of the five break points at 7-7 with an incredible hooked forehand pass to signal that he had a few good runs left in the tank. You all can say that he tried hard to be in the game but things don’t work out or him as expected.
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You all should know that Djokovic started “playing real tennis,” as his former coach Boris Becker said, the three-time Wimbledon champion had answers to everything the one-man firing-squad Nadal could throw at him. In the end, after five hours and 15 minutes — played over two days — Djokovic secured a berth in his first Major final since the runner-up finish at US Open 2016, beating Nadal 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(9), 3-6, 10-8 to set up a clash against Kevin Anderson.
Now, in short, you all can say that Novak Djokovic celebrates winning his semi-final match against Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon. On the other hand, he should be ready for the finale because that match is surely going to be exciting for both teams. He said, “It is hard to pick the words, I am just going through things, flashbacks to the last 15 months and everything I’ve done to get here, to the final against one of the best players in the world, one of the longest matches of my career. I am overwhelmed.”