First semi-final of ATP Grand Slam at Wimbledon. These semi-finals don’t have any surprising participants as both of these players were expected to reach this stage given the competition they had on their way. To have more insights on this ATP Novak Djokovic vs Roberto Bautista-Agut match please check out the preview below.
Currently 1st ranked Serbian had no problems today against D. Goffin. Even though Belgian managed to take a break at the first set. Novak recovered very quickly and converted 2 break points in 2 games himself and took over the match from that point. The previous champion is looking at his best form and it’s very unlikely not to see him at the final. Djokovic, similarly to Federer and Nadal, is just playing on another level. There are no free points against him at all. Even when he gives a breaking opportunity it seems like he just gets to another level since that point and just takes back everything that’s been taken from him and even more. The guy is just unstoppable and it would require something magical from Bautista to stop him from reaching the final once again.
22nd ranked Bautista is not a bad player for sure. He only gave a single set throughout his journey up till this stage but the competition he had were nothing like the one he will face at the semi-final. Bautista gave a lot of opportunities to Pella to come back into the match today but Argentinian wasn’t able to convert them into something meaningful. Well, if Djokovic gets the same opportunities this match will definitely go the other way. Bautista had a good tournament overall and has exceeded expectations for sure. However, it’s very likely his journey will end here. Spaniard often struggles at the highest stages of biggest tournaments and he’s always been criticized for that. His play-style is similar to Novak’s but Serbian just does everything at the whole other level.
Novak Djokovic vs Roberto Bautista-Agut H2H
Djokovic is leading the H2H by 7 wins to 3.
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