Djokovic Tsitsipas Open Australia

Djokovic continues to write history and there are already 22 of them

Novak Djokovic won the Australian Open for the tenth time by defeating Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-3, 7-6(4), 7-6(5) in a nearly three-hour match.

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The story came into play in Melbourne from 7.30pm with two tennis players who had undoubtedly proved their best over the two weeks of competition. With luggage more than favorable King of Australia 10-2, they were about to put on a show at Rod Laver Arena interested in witnessing what could happen on a day that could go down in tennis history as a feat.

The balance between them was clear in the championship fights, as Djokovic was the owner with 100% efficiency. They had too Grand Slam precedent competing for the scepter at Roland Garros 2021. There, Hellene managed to go two sets to zero.

one break is enough

From the beginning of the meeting, Djokovic gave signs of what he had in mind. For his part, Stefanos had a hard time accepting the beginning of the meeting that the Serb proposed to him, and after playing break points in the first service game, he saw how the situation turned against him in the next one. He wasn’t entirely comfortable and Djokovic fed off the reactions. That early break kept it going with its entire software allowing his opponent to be close to what could be the slightest danger.

Lots of levels on the track

The level shown by both in the second set was impressive. Tsitsipas extended his advantage despite having to settle for two games where Novak forced him to reach second. The prize seemed close because the first break ball he saw today would be synonymous with partial ball. Djokovic though a definition was imposed on itself that served to ensure that the electronics continue timing the duration of the series.

They achieved a sudden death that continued at the same intervals as the set and competed at an angelic level. The Serbian found the way first, the Greek found him, but 4-4, Djokovic knew how to handle definitions better which resulted in a partial infinite offer was the buyer. With two sets to zero, he sat down on a chair to find himself very close to victory.

Djokovic defines

Stefanos wanted to not give up and continue to fight for the little opportunities he lacked. He decided to go for the Serbian’s first game, but quickly found himself With Novak’s reaction. The number four seed in the box, didn’t want to give the slightest advantage to his rival and when the alarms went off, he quickly put his key to stop it.

They rode the solvents in turns to serve without any danger being vented. Therefore, the sudden death course was in effect. This final game started with the Serbians making the difference with two mini-breaks until 0-5. Helleene added a point before half time 1-5.

The Greek wanted to make the result more attractive, but Novak reached match point, raising the crowd from their seats. The first set was settled by a second bid, where Ivanisevic’s student fired it. The second, also disappeared with a good offer, but the third with it 6-5, the Serbian got it with the first blow. by right, Djokovic picked up his tenth Australian Open title by defeating Tsitsipas.

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