Djokovic is unlucky, Nadal is unlucky.

Djokovic is unlucky, Nadal is unlucky.

Rafael Nadal enters the final of the Australian Open. 21st away from Grand Slam title. Winning another match will rewrite the history of open tennis.

The 35-year-old Spanish bull secured the final berth by beating 7th seed Matteo Berretin 6-3, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 in the semifinals on Friday.

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With this victory, Nadal reached the Grand Slam singles final for the 29th time in his career. In Sunday’s final, US Open champion World No. 2 Daniel Medvedev will face French Open runner – up World No. 4 Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final.

Nadal, who has reached the Australian Open final four times so far, has won only once. So the whole world is waiting for Sunday’s match. Djokovic, although this major tournament without Fader missed a bit .. Nadal made it to the deficit to reach the final. Nadal honestly said in a recent interview that it was very difficult to reach the final here once again.

Nadal said in a recent interview that he does not care about the GOAT (Greatest of All Time) status. However, he said he was trying to overtake his longtime rivals, Federer and Djokovic, who share a record 20 Grand Slam titles with him. With the latest victory, his efforts seem to have almost paid off.

Djokovic, who has won every Grand Slam twice, will join the fray if Nadal wins the Australian Open final, the highest number of major titles. Jaco Corona was not allowed into the country as she had not been vaccinated. He is already a nine-time winner of the Australian Open. So if he’s in the ring he’s definitely one of the title favorites. But unfortunately missed the chance to play in this tournament. The same seems to have become lucky for Nadal.

Truth be told Nadal is very unfortunate. He missed many tournaments due to injuries. Sometimes he had to leave the middle of the tournament. He played with Djokovic in 2019, Roger Federer in 2017, and Wawrinka in the 2014 Australian Open finals. But three times he came close to the title but could not catch it. In 2009 he defeated Federer to become the winner. He won a career Grand Slam title at the US Open the following year.

Federer, Djokovic and Andre Agassi, the Spanish bulldogs, became the fourth player to win 500 hard court matches in the Open Era. Nadal became the only player to win 400 or more matches, both on the hard court at the Open Era.

By the end of 2021, Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic were all in the running for 20 Grand Slam singles titles. This situation has never been the case before. That started the debate over who would win the 21st Grand Slam first.

In this case we need to talk about pediatrics first. Because the whole world is watching breathlessly as this Greatest Player of all time is playing. The tennis maestro is currently ranked 17th. He is recovering from a recent knee surgery. That’s why he’s not in this tournament.

Roger Federer has been ranked No. 1 in the world for a total of 310 weeks in the ATP rankings. Was 1. He remained at number one for 237 weeks at a record level. He won six ATP Finals as well as 103 ATP Singles titles and became the second player after Jimmy Connors.

In fact Roger Federer was expected to win major titles at a level that no one else could. But he has won only four Grand Slams in the past year. As of 2012 he has won 16 major titles. Nadal won 10 and Djokovic 15 titles at the same time.

Federer won his 20th Grand Slam Open in 2018. By then Nadal 2, Djokovic 4 Grand Slam were behind. Nadal 3, Djokovic has won five major titles in these three years. But Federer could not win either. Djokovic looked aggressive and thought Nadal’s job with Federer was over. But he was exceptionally booming and ready for this Australian Open title fight.

Rafael Nadal is currently a fifth-ranked player. The uncrowned emperor to the clay courts. That is why he is called the King of Clay. He went on to become the world number one player for 209 weeks. Nadal’s win of 13 of the 20 Grand Slam titles at the French Open is a testament to his position on the clay courts. Of the 88 ATP singles titles he won, 62 were won on clay courts. Nadal is the only solid player to have 81 consecutive wins on clay courts in the Open era.

Djokovic, the current number one player, has been booming and winning titles in recent years. He has scored six majors in the last two years and is on a good swing. He is the only player to win a career Grand Slam twice in the Open. Continued to be number one for 351 weeks and set a record. Yet it continues in that top slot.

Everyone expects Djokovic to win the 21st Grand Slam ahead of Federer and Nadal. But now the focus has shifted to the nodule. This is because the French Open followed the Australian Open. That means the nodal patent player for that tournament. If the title missina here is a chance to win the 21st Grand Slam with the French Open. If he wins now and then, it will take Djokovic more time to receive him. So, let’s see how Nadal plays in the final on Sunday !!

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