April 17, 2024

Djokovic, it’s too strong!

And to think he was on the verge of packing his bags when Holger Rune broke 5-3 in the third set against Jannik Sinner on Thursday… However, Novak Djokovic stayed in the Masters (the Italian having finally won against the Dane), and it’s he who’s lifting the trophy this Sunday! After leaving only In the fourth game of the match, he took the Italian’s serve, slightly cooling do…

And to think he was on the verge of packing his bags when Holger Rune broke 5-3 in the third set against Jannik Sinner on Thursday… However, Novak Djokovic stayed in the Masters (the Italian having finally won against the Dane), and it’s he who’s lifting the trophy this Sunday! After leaving only In the fourth game of the match, he took the Italian’s serve, slightly cooling down the Piedmontese crowd, the majority of whom were in favor of the world No.4. Imperial on serve (7 aces, 0 double faults, 73% first serves and two points lost in the first set), the man with 24 Grand Slam titles didn’t give his opponent the slightest chance of getting back into the set. And to add insult to injury, he won the first ten points of the second set! Djokovic then had three 3-0 points, which Sinner saved. At 3-2 in his favor, the Serb had his first break point. first double-fault on match point. And Nole is in seventh heaven!

And now, the Davis Cup!

Since his defeat in the Wimbledon final, Novak Djokovic has won 22 out of a possible 23 matches, losing only to Sinner in the group stage in Turin. At the age of 36, the Serbian has enjoyed one of the finest seasons of his career, winning seven titles, including three Grand Slams. There’s no sign of a dip in form for next year, when there’ll be no shortage of goals, with his sights set on his 100th victory.itre

In doubles, the American-British pairing of Rajeev Ram (39) and Joe Salisbury (31) won the Turin Masters, beating the Spanish-Argentine pairing of Marcel Granollers (37) and Horacio Zeballos (38). They won 6-3, 6-4 in 1h08, without ever losing their serve, thanks to a break at 2-1 in the first set and 3-3 in the second. It was the thirteenth title of Ram and Salisbury’s careers, and their second in a row at the Masters. Like Djokovic, Salisbury will now