Seit Wimbledon haben drei Spieler 54 von 65 Grand-Slam-Titeln gewonnen – und wollen damit einfach nicht aufhören. Alle vier Grand Slams gingen in diesem Jahr an die großen Drei. Djokovic gewann die Australian Open und Wimbledon, Nadal gewann in Paris und bei den. Die Treffen zwischen Rafael Nadal und Novak Djokovic sind rarer Als da etwa das Halbfinal-Treffen in Wimbledon wäre: Kevin.
Die sieben größten Rivalitäten im Männertennis, Teil 7: Novak Djokovic vs. Rafael NadalNadal und Djokovic traten im Finale von Paris bereits zum Mal gegeneinander Wer am häufigsten in Wimbledon triumphierte? Federer. Alle vier Grand Slams gingen in diesem Jahr an die großen Drei. Djokovic gewann die Australian Open und Wimbledon, Nadal gewann in Paris und bei den. Das French-Open-Duell zwischen Rafael Nadal und Novak Djokovic ist In Wimbledon ist er inzwischen vor Federer Topfavorit und auf Sand.
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Nadal 9 da Londra, il nostro inviato. Nel primo turno di battuta rimedia ad un paio di colpi fuori misura che concedono due palle break a Djokovic tenendo di rabbia il servizio ed involandosi subito sul ottenendo il primo break di questa prosecuzione.
Sul lo spagnolo si inguaia con un altro doppio fallo e mancando un paio di diritti non impossibili e concede una palla break sul un servizio vincente, e due splendidi punti chiudono il game per lui ad impattare sul Nel game seguente Djokovic, quasi a specchio, commette tre gratuiti, va sotto , ma salva le due palle break con due servizi e poi tiene la battuta.
Sono rientrato da una posizione difensiva, e ho deciso di seguire a rete un buon rovescio in diagonale.
Nel game seguente il serbo arriva al match point, gentile omaggio di tre gratuiti di Rafa, ma una palla corta di rovescio millimetrica lo cancella.
Il tabellone maschile. Il torneo ha anche donato It drops dead too. Nadal holds up a hand in apology but he won't mean it Don't you believe a word of it.
He comes into put away a wonderful stooping volley to move to , and two break-points. He only needs one of them, because that wonderful looping forehand is back, whipping up at Rafa on the baseline like a bucking bronco and forcing him to flop his reply into the net.
That leaves Djoko down but he is given a bit of breathing space when Rafa shanks a forehand on the next point.
The respite doesn't last long, though, because a huge Nadal forehand brings him to break-point yet again, this time saved with a smash. Djoko thought it was in too, but Hawk Eye says otherwise.
Novak holds, by the skin of his teeth. Is Nadal going to sweep through this second set? Well, no. But if you doubted that Rafa was up for the fight then the last point of the game proves he is not going to go quietly: he chased down at least three lost-causes and even tried a hot-dog, which landed out.
Rafa holds to love and he looks a little bit happier as he marches to his chair and takes a swig of water at the changeover.
Not much happier, admittedly. But at least he has a foothold in this set. He's been more like a tennis machine. Rafa, being Rafa, is not about to crumble and he rushes to That Djoko forehand keeps coming up trumps, though, and he is soon back in with a sniff at before Nadal finally sees it out with a big serve.
Not today senor. He picks up one point with an improvised flicked backhand winner straight off your local squash court but Djoko is still producing those rasping forehand winners, and still finding the corners.
He is still marching towards a two-set lead too. The sun is back out, but it is only shining on one player at the moment.
He isn't Djoko should gobble up a smash at but puts it wide and Rafa is grateful, very grateful, to see the ball clip the net-cord and fly away from Djokovic's racquet on the next point.
These are worrying times for the top seed. Nadal is trying to stop this train which is running against him," says Boris Becker. Djoko keeps getting better and better too, and Nadal's big shots from the baseline are all coming back at him with interest.
Djoko nails a crunching backhand and he has breathing space in this second set, after winning his fifth game in a row. From there, though, the Spaniard struggles to find the court, hitting a couple of forehands and what should have been a put-away smash wide or long.
Djoko holds out, but this is probably a sign of what is to come on his serve. His serve is still ticking over nicely too, with his third ace swinging away from Rafa to wrap up the game.
Nadal, briefly thinks about a challenge but settles for glaring at the ball, then the line as if they have both betrayed him.
Nadal to serve to stay in the first set next. It doesn't matter too much, though, because he is already up.
Djoko briefly looks like he is on top in the next rally too but then spoils it all with a messy attempt at a drop-shot that flops into the net.
We might see more of that shot later, but he will have do a lot better with it next time. Servers are definitely on top right now, with Djoko holding with an ace this time.
Who is going to crack first? He seems to be settling down a bit now too, holding to love this time He bangs down his first ace of the match on his way to holding to love.
Djokovic is going to wait a bit longer for his chance here. A fair bit of pressure being put on the second seed already though.
Now he knows how Andy Murray felt. He is not hanging about in his service game either, racing to thanks to a couple of unreturnable serves and a mis-hit from Djoko.
The top seed does mis-fire with an attempted backhand winner next but he is into the net to wrap up the easiest of opening holds.
A first ace restores parity for Djoko, and he holds when the champ nets one forehand and then shanks another long.
A pretty lively start, though. Did you expect anything else? Djokovic to serve first. Yep, me too Pat Cash's prediction: "I'm going to say Rafa.
One of the big things is his willingness to come forward and volley, Novak has been very reluctant to come forward and unless he changes his plan I think he will lose.
By Piers Newbery at Wimbledon. From Susan in Glasgow via text: "Nadal 2 win, but it will b a fair fight so probably a long one, good times.
Listen - Coverage from SW It is a rampage. Getty Images. So then you get familiarity—with the conditions, with the courts, with everything.
Yet while in some instances sustained excellence at a particular tournament is the result of planning and even a defined business relationship with an event, the way Federer has arranged with Halle and Basel, in other cases, it comes down to more intangible factors.
And for repeat champions who add considerable luster to the marquee, you can be certain that tournament directors take every stop possible to make sure all those player-friendly attributes are properly handled—right down to the proper mint on a pillow.
Beyond the makeup of a specific tournament, in more recent years, there have been considerable upgrades in the care and maintenance department. When Borg traveled to tournaments, his support group largely consisted of his coach, Lennart Bergelin.
For matters related to his body, Borg relied on the on-site staff of trainers that treated everyone entered in the event. Just think about that: Roger has had someone on a daily basis look after his body.
Their first final appearance came at the Indian Wells Masters tournament, where Nadal won the event, and this was just the second time they had met on tour.
Djokovic's first win was in the quarterfinals of the Miami Masters in their third meeting. Between and , this rivalry was often overshadowed by the historic Federer—Nadal rivalry.
It started to become widely recognized when they played their first Grand Slam final against each other at the US Open.
The first part of the rivalry was dominated by Nadal who led 16—7 from to , while the second part was dominated by Djokovic, who led 19—7 from to From to the present day they have been mostly even, with Nadal leading 4—3.
From March to April , the pair contested eleven consecutive meetings in the championship match, the only duo to ever achieve such a feat in the open era.
Some of their matches are considered to be classics and among the greatest matches of all time including the Madrid Masters semifinal, the French Open semifinal, and the Wimbledon semifinal.
Their Australian Open final has been lauded as the greatest match ever played by some long-time tennis pundits, analysts, and former players and legends of the sport.
Mary Carillo and John McEnroe both commented that the Australian Open match and the French Open semifinal match were the two best matches played on hard and clay courts respectively.
The first meeting between the two, which was the only one for this year, was at the French Open Roland Garros in the quarterfinals.
The victory went to Nadal in this match via a retirement from Djokovic after Nadal took the first two sets in fours in a matter of minutes. The first encounter took place in the finals of the Indian Wells Masters.
This was Djokovic's first Masters final whereas Nadal was bidding for his 6th. Nadal won the match. The pair met twice during the summer clay-court season, Nadal continuing his dominance on clay.
He defeated Djokovic en route to the title in the quarterfinals of the Rome Masters  and went on to do the same on his way to a third Grand Slam title, at the French Open a month later.
Nadal defeated Djokovic, who was playing his first Grand Slam semifinal. After having split the first two sets, Djokovic conceded the match to Nadal on a retirement.
At the Canada Masters in Montreal , Djokovic scored his second victory over Nadal, defeating the Spaniard in the semis en route to winning his second Masters title.
The final encounter between the two during the year was in the round robin phase Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai. Djokovic and Nadal met six times in , Nadal improving his career advantage against Djokovic to 10—4, winning four of their encounters.
Djokovic defeated Nadal in the semifinals at Indian Wells Masters in their first meeting in the year. Nadal defeated Djokovic in the semis of the Hamburg Masters.
Next, they met in their second final at the Queen's Club in London , Nadal winning his first grass-court title at the expense of Djokovic in the finals in straight sets.
In their fifth encounter of the year at the Cincinnati Masters , Djokovic defeated Nadal in the semis. The sixth and final battle of the year came at the Beijing Olympics in the semifinals, Nadal winning the match.
He would go on to win the gold medal. They met seven times in Nadal won the first four of their encounters, Djokovic going on to win the last three.
The pair met several times on clay and matches involving them became the highlights of the clay-court season. They met for the first time in a clay-court final at the Monte Carlo Masters , Nadal winning a closely contested three-setter and his 5th consecutive title at the event.
He successfully made it to the final but lost to Nadal in straight sets. They then met for a third consecutive tournament on clay, in the semis of the Madrid Masters.
Nadal won a grueling encounter by saving three match points in the process. Djokovic admitted afterwards that it took him a long time to get over this loss.
Djokovic won the match, going 2—1 in the round robin phase. Nadal won the match in four sets, thus becoming the youngest player in the Open Era to complete a Career Grand Slam.
This match took 3 hours and 43 minutes to get finished. The pair met six times, all in finals, with Djokovic winning all six encounters, including two Grand Slam finals.
Coming into their first encounter of the year at the Indian Wells Masters , Djokovic had not lost a match the entire year and continued his fine form by beating Nadal to win his second Indian Wells title.
Two weeks later, the pair met again in the finals of the Miami Masters with Djokovic winning two sets to one. Djokovic and Nadal clashed twice during the clay-court spring.
In the final of the Madrid Masters , Djokovic scored his first ever victory over Nadal on clay, in straight sets. Djokovic and Nadal met in a final for the fifth time in the year at Wimbledon , arguably their biggest encounter of the year.
In a 2-hour 28 minute contest, Djokovic overcame Nadal in four sets, winning his first Wimbledon title. They met for a second consecutive final at the US Open , a rematch of the final from the previous year, in which Nadal had prevailed.
Djokovic won his third Grand Slam title of the year, overcoming Nadal again in four sets. The pair met 4 times, all in finals, with Nadal winning three of the four encounters and Djokovic winning only one, which was a Grand Slam final.
Djokovic won the Australian Open final after an epic five-set battle vs. The match lasted 5 hours 53 minutes, the record for the longest match in a Grand Slam final in the open era.
At the end of the match, both players were so exhausted they could not stand for the trophy presentation. Nadal called it "the greatest loss in his career" and "the best match he ever played".
Djokovic also commented on the match, saying this was a moment he would never forget, and considered it a career-defining victory for himself.
Djokovic and Nadal met again in the Monte—Carlo Masters final. This time, Nadal won his eighth consecutive title after defeating Djokovic in two sets.
It was the first time since November that Nadal had beaten Djokovic. They had met in seven finals from January to January , all of which Djokovic won.
The pair met again in the Rome Masters final at the Foro Italico where Nadal defeated Djokovic in straight sets and regained the trophy he has won 5 times before.
Djokovic was the defending champion. The fourth battle of the year came at the French Open final. For the second time in tennis history, two opposing tennis players played four consecutive Grand Slams finals against each other.
This was a match of historic proportions as either Nadal would have broken Björn Borg 's record of six titles at the French Open or Djokovic would have become the first man since Rod Laver in to win four Grand Slams in a row.
Nadal eventually emerged victorious after 3 consecutive losses in Grand Slam finals, prevailing in 4 sets after multiple rain delays that forced the final to be concluded on the following Monday afternoon.
With this victory, Nadal became the most successful tennis player at the French Open, winning seven French Open titles.
Djokovic and Nadal contested the Monte Carlo final for the third time, but this was their first meeting since the French Open final , and this was the twelfth time in the last thirteen occasions in which they met in the championship match.
At the French Open Nadal came in as seven-time champion and was drawn in the same half Djokovic, made possible by his 3rd seed.
Nadal won the French Open after beating Djokovic in the semifinal and Ferrer in the final. His semifinal clash with Djokovic was widely considered one of the greatest clay court matches ever played, and Nadal was 2 points away from victory in the 4th set but was denied by Djokovic and taken to a fifth set where he went down a break 4—2 only to break back and ultimately triumph 9—7 and take out a hard-fought 4-hour, minute victory.
It was a unique encounter in that it was almost the mirror opposite  of the almost six-hour Australian Open final they contested where Djokovic was leading Nadal 2—1 sets and was 2 points away from victory in the 4th set only for Nadal to come back and win the 4th set in a tiebreaker and go up a break in the 5th set.
In exactly the same fashion the player leading by a break in the 5th set committed a hauntingly uncharacteristic error Nadal missed an easy backhand pass at 30—15, 4—2 in the fifth in Melbourne, while Djokovic ran into the net after hitting a what would have been a clean winner at 4—3 in the fifth in Paris only to spark a momentum shift for their opponent to break back and ultimately win the match — Djokovic broke back to win the Australian Open final 7—5, while Nadal broke back to win the French Open semifinal 9—7.
Nadal suggested that it was almost "poetic justice" that he won this match after losing their brutally epic encounter in Australia.