Djokovic starts 2020 in fine form

Novak Djokovic moved closer to Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal’s Grand Slam totals with a convincing display at the Australian Open where he won his eighth Australian Open title which is a record.

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In the final he defeated Austria’s Dominic Thiem in five sets despite being two sets to one down and is now just three grand slams behind Federer and two behind Nadal. The victory also resulted in him becoming world number one again. Thiem will see it as another missed opportunity, this was his third Grand Slam final and third defeat.

The ATP Finals Start This Week

The ATP Tour Finals start this week at London’s O2 Arena which brings together the top eight men’s singles and doubles players together for this end of season show down which determines who will end the year as world number one.

Spectators are guaranteed to see some big names such as Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic along with the best doubles players in the world such as Great Britain’s Jamie Murray.

Federer Favourite For Wimbledon

Wimbledon order of playA few years ago, people were beginning to write off Roger Federer especially since Novak Djokovic was in such fine form and had beaten Federer in a couple of Wimbledon finals.

Since then Federer has burst back into life winning two Australian Open titles and one Wimbledon title and is favourite for this year’s title at the age of 36.

Rafael Nadal Looking To Win His 10th French Open Crown

The French Open starts on Monday, in Paris, in what is the second Grand Slam of the year. Rafael Nadal starts as the men’s favourite and he will be looking for his 10th crown.

One name missing from the men’s draw is Australian open champion Roger Federer who isn’t playing the clay court season and is saving himself for Wimbledon where he has won the title a record number of times.