Djokovic

Novak knocked out Zverev in five sets, playing for history on Sunday!

After a great drama, World No. 1 defeated the fourth seed, Alexander Zverev, in five sets, 4: 6, 6: 2, 6: 4, 4: 6, 6: 2.
Three hours and 37 minutes of fantastic tennis, a giant fight, but only one could make it to the finals, the king of tennis who will play against Daniil Medvedev for the 21st career Grand Slam, fourth in New York in his ninth final at Flushing Meadows!

Djokovic announced a rematch with Zverev: I fell apart in Tokyo, now I will be ready

Speaking at a press conference after the victory over Matteo Berrettini, Novak recalled the last match between the two of them, that is, the painful defeat at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Then, the Serbian ace had the match in his hands, but his play "fell apart" and he was defeated.

Djokovic embarks on "Mission 21"

Djokovic rested after the Olympic Games and this will be his first match in a month.
Novak is embarking on a "mission" 21 - 21st Grand Slam title in his career, along with completing a Calendar Slam.
The first obstacle is a young Dane, with whom he trained several times.
Rune has won three challengers in a row and is in a series of 13 wins.

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