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Twitter Reacts as Novak Djokovic Breezes Past Roger Federer at Australian Open 2020

Twitter Reacts as Novak Djokovic Breezes Past Roger Federer at Australian Open 2020


The seven-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic defeated six-time champion Roger Federer 7-6(1), 6-4, 6-3 and reached his 26th career Grand Slam final. The Serb now awaits Alexander Zverev or Dominic Thiem in the finals of Australian Open 2020.

The Serbian star Novak Djokovic turned around of the first set after trailing by 4-1(40-0*). He was flawless against his greatest adversary Roger Federer in the first set tiebreak and made no unforced errors in the breaker. He pulled off the second set with a break of serve in the last game.

In the third set, Novak clinched a break at 4-2 and swiftly consolidated it for a 5-2 lead. There was one-way traffic in the third set and Djokovic swiftly converted his first match point as Federer netted the ball. And the World Number two Djokovic will turn World Number one if he clinches his eighth Aussie crown on Sunday.

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“Respect to Roger” – Novak Djokovic

After his victory, Djokovic reflected on his sluggish start in the first set on the Rod Laver Arena. Also, Federer wasn’t fully fit for a major semifinal match since he had some pain in his groin and also canceled his practice sessions.

“It could have definitely gone a different way. He started off really well, I was pretty nervous at the beginning. Respect to Roger for coming out tonight, he was obviously hurt and wasn’t close to his best in terms of movement. It was not the right mindset from me at the beginning of the match, I was looking at how he was moving rather than executing my shots. I managed to dig my way back and it was very important to win that first set,” Novak Djokovic said.



Fans did not appreciate Novak Djokovic’s victory celebration

After winning against Federer, Djokovic wagged his finger and the tennis audience was not pleased with it.

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