Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer – Australian Open Semifinals 2016
The most precious match on this years Australian Open is going to be between the ever time champion Roger Federer and the current number one Novak Djokovic.
Federer Vs Djokovic – Head to Head
It’s the most competitive elite match-up in men’s tennis these days, and the head-to-head is a dead even 22-22. Over the last 22 matches it’s been 13-9 for Djokovic; in the first 22 it was 13-9 for Federer.
Roger said, “I don’t still think it’s something I can heavily rely on. It’s part of the reason why I guess I’m still playing, I feel like I’m competitive at the top, I can beat all the guys on tour. It’s nice now that in the last three slams that I’ve been as consistent as I have been. I’m playing good tennis, fun tennis for me anyway. I really enjoy being able to come to the net more like back in the day so I’m very pleased. It would mean a lot to me, no doubt about it.”
Novak said, It keeps going. Roger is playing really terrific tennis in last two years. We played two grand slam finals last year. I know very well how good he plays, especially in the later stages of a major event. He always makes you play your best. My best is what is going to be necessary to win against him. Hopefully I’ll be able to deliver. Yeah, maybe. The longer the match goes, maybe I have slightly bigger chance. But I don’t think there’s too big of a difference physically. He’s been winning quite comfortably this tournament. He’s pretty fit. He moves very well.
Federer Vs Djokovic Australian Open
The last time Federer beat the defending Australian Open champion at a major was in the 2012 Wimbledon semi-finals, when he went on to claim the last of 17 grand slam championships. Federer, 34, knows he’s got the keep the points short if he wants to have a shot at winning, risky though it may be against one of the best returners and baseliners in the game.
Keeping all these fact in mind, Federer Vs Djokovic Australian Open match seals the best again.