Novak Djokovic (1st) and Stefanos Tsitsipas (5th) dispute the grand final at Roland Garros. The Greek jumped onto the track with his best level and took the first two sets by 7-6 (6) and 6-2, although the Serbian recovered in the third and took it after 6-3. The show in Paris continues!
Kick-off of the match. In the first game, the serbian played an impossible parallel backhand for the Greek and ignited the public in the final of Roland Garros.
Good definition by the parallel of the Serbian, in the final of Roland Garros.
The parity of the first set was lived from the beginning of the match. They were even in one game per side, and Tsitsipas stepped on the accelerator, went up to the net and took an important point.
He moved Djokovic and defined in the network, in the Grand Slam final.
The first set is already advanced, with a Philippe Chatrier stadium with the necessary weather for a Grand Slam final, Tsitsipas displayed all his talent and Nole stumble! The 1st in the world ended up lying on the track. A priori it seemed that it could mean some danger of injury, but for the good of tennis it did not happen to adults.
The Serbian ended up full of brick dust in Paris.
Possibly the best point of the tournament is this. The Greek Ray served to get 5-4. Faced with an imminent drop from the Serbian, Tsitsipas was fast, precise with his response and forced Nole to return it outside the net. Again, the 5th in the world arrived and was left with a hoot. Paris became the pinnacle of tennis.
Tsitsipas and Djokovic gave away one of the best plays of Roland Garros.
Before closing the first set, tense moment in paris. Nole argued with the umpire.
The Serbian and a request on the clock in the duel against Tsitsipas.
Emotions at Roland Garros. A tiebreak that seemed eternal, that had all the seasonings and in which Tsitsipas imposed his tennis before the experience of Djokovic. Thus, 1-0 for the Greek.
A tiebreak with all the seasonings to define the first set of the Roland Garros final.
In the second set, Tsitsipas became Nadal. The Greek took a hoot with pure claw and heart.
Whip of the Greek against Djokovic in the definition of Paris.
This point surely aroused great emotions in Tsitsipas. Not only did it mean taking the second set 6-2 no more and no less than Novak Djokovic in a Roland Garros final, but it was one set away from winning his first Grand Slam.
He beat Novak Djokovic 6-2 in the second quarter in the Roland Garros final.
In the third set