Novak Djokovic vs Stefanos Tsitsipas will play at Quarter-final of an ATP 1000 tournament in Paris, France (hard). Two of the best players in the world will face off against each other in a very exciting match. To have more insights on this ATP Novak Djokovic vs Stefanos Tsitsipas match, please check out the preview below.

Novak Djokovic

32 years old, currently 1st ranked Serbian is coming back to major ATP series after dropping out of an ATP 1000 tournament in Shanghai (China), against the guy he will face tomorrow. Djokovic lost the match after being ahead in sets 1-0. He will definitely enter this match with a different mindset and it’s hard to expect such a player like Novak to lose twice in a row against anyone. Djokovic hasn’t dropped a single set here, in Paris. He’s defeated a local C. Moutet and an Englishman K. Edmunds in straight sets. Anyway, Tsitsipas doesn’t seem like a favourable matchup for the Serbian as he has lost both matches these two have played on the hard surface and to chance that Djokovic will have to give his best.

Stefanos Tsitsipas

21 years old, currently 7th ranked Greek has been on the roll lately and is heading to tomorrow’s match after taking care of T. Fritz and A. De Minaur in straight sets. Tsitsipas had a great run lately after reaching the final of an ATP 1000 tournament in Shanghai (China). Moreover, he were in semi-final in Basel (Switzerland), where he lost to R. Federer. Tsitsipas is playing very smart and aggressive tennis at the same time and it’s very hard to play against such a versatile and well-coordinated player. Hard is also his best surface and he’s beaten Djokovic on it twice, so Stefanos should feel pretty comfortable coming into tomorrow’s match.

Novak Djokovic vs Stefanos Tsitsipas H2H

Tsitsipas is leading the h2h by 2 victories to 1.


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