(Sports news – Tennis news) Novak Djokovic has won 17/18 series of tie-breaks faced since the Wimbledon 2019 final when he subdued Roger Federer. Serbian No. 1 player in the world has “special key to success” to help him escape in these “gun battle” series.
What Novak Djokovic has shown in the 2020 season is very impressive.
He won all 18 singles matches, won 3 major titles (ATP Cup, Australian Open and Dubai Tennis Championships) and recaptured the world’s No. 1 male tennis player from rival player Rafael Nadal.
A shocking statistic from the homepage of the ATP World Tour shows that Nole has won 17/18 series of tie-breaks against his opponents since last year’s men’s Wimbledon final, where he saved up to two championships points before subduing Roger Federer after 4 hours and 57 minutes with the score of 5 set respectively 7-6 (7-5), 1-6, 7-6 (7-4), 1-6, 13-12 ( 7-3).
Winning a “gun battle” expert like Federer in a Grand Slam final is extremely difficult, but Djokovic has up to 3 sets to do this (including the super tie-break series in 5 sets until 25 games at Wimbledon 2019 final) on the forefront of the “Express train”.
Djokovic has the top save when facing the risk of breaking the game (save breakpoint) at 65.4%, winning the highest tie-break series from Wimbledon 2019 so far when reaching 64, 5% and achieved the winning rate in the decision set up to 73.5%.
From the beginning of 2020 up to now, having spent 2 months competing before ATP postponed its tournaments for the next 6 weeks because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Djokovic has won all 8 times to enter the tie-break series with his rivals.
So what’s the secret of this Serbian star player?
Good psychology is one of the prerequisites. Djokovic was really sober and tough when he beat Federer with a score of 7-3 in the series of “gun battle” choking for the first time a Wimbledon final took place the “super tie-break” series (after the tie 12 together in 24 main games of set 5).
Djokovic always tries to serve the ball well, hits the ball close to the baseline and does not take care of the difficult ball. The tie-break series is where “there is no room for a mistake”. Nole always minimizes the number of forehand and backhand errors, while increasing the pressure on the left or dragging the opponent into the durable ball series where he often dominates. That tactic was perfect when Djokovic beat Federer in all three “gun battles” in the men’s final of Wimbledon last year to help him win the Gold Cup at the All England Club.
Clearly, Djokovic has carefully studied rival tactics, especially Federer– who was once considered the “King of tie-break series” to take advantage of his strengths and exploit well. opponent’s weaknesses. With the high level and abundant physical strength and a wise strategy, Nole is confidently heading to the 2020 tennis season with an unbeatable record.
Above is the tennis news updated that Djokovic surpasses Federer to become a “Gunner King” for today.
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