Wimbledon men’s final: Novak Djokovic vs Roger Federer preview
Novak Djokovic has warned Roger Federer that he is coming for his records ahead of their Wimbledon final on Sunday.
Djokovic, the reigning champion, has eased through to his sixth Wimbledon final and victory over eight-time winner Federer would give him his 16th grand-slam title.
That would take him to just four behind the Swiss and at five years his junior, few would back against him going well past Federer’s total.
Federer claimed a sublime win over old rival Rafael Nadal on Friday to set up a Wimbledon final showdown with Djokovic.
The final stages of the much-anticipated semi-final were full of tension and drama, with Nadal saving four match points but, after three hours and two minutes, it was Federer, a month shy of his 38th birthday, who clinched a 7-6 (3) 1-6 6-3 6-4 victory and the chance to take on defending champion Djokovic.
Should he win, it would give the Swiss a ninth Wimbledon title and take him to 21 Grand Slam trophies, three ahead of Nadal and six clear of Djokovic – but the Serb has sent his rival a warning…….read more
Source: Sky Sports