Xinhua News Agency, Paris, October 9th (Reporter Xiao Yazhuo) With the world No. 1 Djokovic defeating No. 5 seed Sisipas 6:1 in the semi-final tiebreaker, the 56th "Dana Show" will be this week. Daily
In the previous record of 55 matches between the two, Djokovic had the upper hand with 29 wins and 26 losses. However, if only talking about the Grand Slam, Nadal has the advantage of 9 wins and 6 losses. If the range is further reduced to the French Open, the Spaniard's record is an overwhelming 6 wins and 1 loss.
On October 9, Nadal returned the ball in the game. Xinhua News Agency/Ou Xin
In fact, most of Nadal's victories against Djokovic, who has the title of "King of Clay", came from clay courts. In their 24 clay court clashes, Nadal won 17 times.
After the semi-finals that day, Djokovic talked about the matchup with Nadal in an interview. The "top seed" said frankly: "This is his home court."
In this game, no matter which side wins, a new record will be born. If Djokovic wins the championship, he will become the first player to complete the "double-lap Grand Slam" (at least twice in the four Grand Slams) since the Open era, and will further reduce the number of Grand Slam wins. The gap between Dahl and Federer. Federer currently ranks first in the history of men's singles with 20 Grand Slam titles, Nadal is second with 19, and Djokovic is third with 17 wins.
On October 9, Djokovic served in the game. On the same day, in the men's singles semi-finals of the 2020 French Open in Paris, France, Serbia's Djokovic defeated Greece's Sisipas 3-2 to advance to the final. Xinhua News Agency/Ou Xin
For Nadal, if this game wins, he will once again set the record for the most players to win a single Grand Slam, having previously won 12 times at Roland Garros. And he has already held 19 Grand Slam titles, and he will also attack Federer's record of 20 championships. It is worth mentioning that Nadal's current record in the French Open is 99 wins and 2 losses, which also means that in Sunday's finals, he is expected to win this historic "Muskete Cup" with his 100th French Open victory. .
In the semi-finals that day, the two men advanced in completely different ways. Nadal, who played first in straight sets, eliminated Argentine Schwarzman by 6:3, 6:3 and 7:6 (0), avenging his defeat to his opponent in the previous Italian Open. . So far in this French Open, Nadal still maintains an unmissed record.
And then Jokovic, who appeared on the stage, was tested by the Greek player Sisipas. After winning the first two sets with 6:3 and 6:2, Djokovic had a chance to serve and win the game in the third set, but failed to win and instead lost the set with 5:7. .
The more and more courageous Sisipas made another victory with 6:4 in the fourth set, dragging the game into the final set. But Djokovic, who was better in strength and experience, withstood the pressure. He broke serve in the third game of the deciding set and even broke the belt to get a 3:1 lead. Subsequently, the full-fire Serbian never gave his opponent any chance, winning three consecutive games and finally won the game 6:1.
The women's singles final of this French Open will take the lead on the 10th. The opponents are Australian Open champion Corning and Polish newcomer Swartek.