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Novak Djokovic defeats Diego Schwartzman 6-3 6-2
From 3-3 in the opening set and after some initial problems, Djokovic raised his game and finished the match with a win in 9 of 11 matches. Very good performance.
Novak Djokovic 6-3 * 5-2 Diego Schwartzman. Nice job from Schwartzman of emptying the bread stick with some good meals, and closing it with non-return service.
Djokovic swung freely and tried to finish in the flames of glory there. No matter, he will try to give a very good performance.
Novak Djokovic 6-3 5-1 * Diego Schwartzman. Djokovic trolls through another quick fist with more great service. This time he escaped to 15, and sealed him with a non-returnable large post down a T.
Novak Djokovic 6-3 * 4-1 Diego Schwartzman. Unfortunately for Schwartzman, he doesn’t have enough weapons to annoy Djokovic at this level. From 30 to 30, Djokovic finally came forward after a nice backhand in the line, finishing the point precisely with a superb shot. Schwartzman then hit a forehand over the breaking point to close the double-break. This is all over.
Novak Djokovic 6-3 3-1 * Diego Schwartzman. Schwartzman started the game really well, and kept up the pace with his ground hits and receiving the ball early. He hit a long forehand in the line to take a 0-15 lead, but after another positive point, he moved into the net and let Djokovic’s back shot into the cross area, which fell.
Schwartzman hit 30-30, but Djokovic rode the pressure brilliantly. At 30-30, he found a nice 1-2 punch front serve. At match point, he was delicious on both ground hits and eventually imposed a backhand foul. Half a chance Schwartzmann comes with nothing.
Novak Djokovic 6-3 * 2-1 Diego Schwartzman. Schwartzman suspended the series of matches against him at five, and closed the commentary with his first Ace in the afternoon. A very good service game from him, taking the ball early and pushing the Serbian behind the baseline the whole time. He desperately needs more of that just to have a chance.
Novak Djokovic 6-3 2-0 * Diego Schwartzman. Djokovic consolidates the break in the blink of an eye, fastening a love swift with a pretty winning backhand followed by an Ace away. Everything is flowing.
Novak Djokovic 6-3 * 1-0 Diego Schwartzman. Djokovic’s match started pouring in here and he has now won four consecutive matches in a row. From the Devil, he split Schwartzman’s respect, and missed with a big front blow. At breaking point, he quietly delivered a shot and calmly slapped Loeb, before moving into the net and closing the point with a powerful cap.
Novak Djokovic 6-3 Diego Schwartzman
Despite one flash from Djokovic, it was a solid group of tennis. Schwartzman did his best to stay at No.1 but couldn’t keep his level all the time. Djokovic finished the group from 30 to 30 with a powerful back-kick with the finish point, followed by another non-return service.
Novak Djokovic * 5-3 Diego Schwartzman. Djokovic breaks and sends for the first set.
Schwartzman immediately fell 0-30 but responded incredibly well to the risk, finding his first serve and snatching the initiative early behind him, moving to 40-30 with an overhead victory. But from there, it got a little messy. He made consecutive non-coercive fouls to give Djokovic an advantage point.
Djokovic almost asked at first, as he lined up with a forehand stroke that slipped through the top of the net and was sent away. On his second break point of the match, Djokovic produced one of the best points of the match as he hit Schwartzman off the field with a great inside-in front kick after a long, thoughtful point full of corners and slides from both players. One game away.
Novak Djokovic 4-3 Diego Schwartzman. Sublime Fist of Djokovic. From 15 to 30 down, he simply raised his level. First, he broke Schwartzman’s foolproof backhand with a powerful front-to-back stroke from the inside out, then shot a beautiful winning ball at an angle. At 30-40, he closed the fist with a massive front blow a winner. How long can Schwartzman stay with him?
Novak Djokovic * 3-3 Diego Schwartzman. That was a bit. Djokovic was rallying at the 30-30 after Schwartzman smashed a front-blow down by starting another long, grueling rally. Schwartzman responded at 30-30 by finding the first serve and intervening to smash the next front punch. With an excellent serve down T at game point, further punches the board.
Novak Djokovic 3-2 Diego Schwartzman. There are no problems sending Djokovic this time. It eases by holding a second love in the afternoon, and closes it with a really nice front blow after a heavy front blow inside out.
Novak Djokovic * 2-2 Diego Schwartzman. Djokovic, very strong, breaks the back straight. This time, a loose service game from Schwartzman who threw a double foul of limping on his part at 15-30. After Schwartzman saved the first break point, the couple had one of their first extended exchanges, with Djokovic knocking out Schwartzman’s foul in a forward blow with a good latitude injection.
These two are some of the best returnees at work, so the breaks are not surprising at all.
Novak Djokovic 1-2 * Diego Schwartzman. Great start from Schwartzman, who snatches the first break to move to the top spot. Djokovic put in a bad serve match, throwing a double foul 0-15 and then a loose forward foul at 15-30. He saved the first break point well, but the Argentine nudged him into the net with a vicious and short backhand before he picked him up with a forward kick from below the streak. very good work.
Novak Djokovic * 1-1 Diego Schwartzman. A great start from Schwartzman, who tended to open nerves with a smooth grip until 15. From 30 to 15, Djokovic moved with a forehand, eventually pulling him off the field with a superb cross-forehand stroke. Djokovic gave up a foul with a loose backhand on match point.
Novak Djokovic 1-0 * Diego Schwartzman. Djokovic walks through an easy love opening pass, finding his first serve well and hesitating with a header with a header at the T. Nice start.
The players are off the field. Diego Schwartzman wins the lottery and picks to receive first.
Diego Schwartzman since resuming the tour:
US Open R1 (after driving two groups versus Cameron Noori)
Kitzbuhel QF (With Goodbye)
Roland Garros SF
Paris Qatar Foundation
Novak Djokovic The win-loss record in the ATP Finals Opening Match: 11-1
Hello! Welcome to our coverage of Day Two of the ATP Finals at the O2 Arena. After Rafael Nadal won his first effective victory over Andrey Rublev yesterday, the number one seed Novak Djokovic He will be looking forward to his old rival’s match here as he takes on debutante Diego Schwartzman.
Djokovic starts out as the favorite. He leads 5-0 head-to-head against Schwartzman and the Argentine has never won a set against him on hard court.
However, what a moment for the little Argentine. A few months earlier in September, he returned from a tour break in terrible shape, losing to Britain’s Cameron Noori in the inaugural round of the US Open two-group tournament. It wasn’t until he reached Rome and faced Rafael Nadal in the quarter-finals that he was back alive.
After scoring his first ever victory against Nadal, he reached the final in Rome and then took his momentum at Roland Garros as he reached the semifinals of the Slam Championship. While some players struggled in these strange times, Schwartzman produced the best tennis of his career to reach the top ten for the first time at the age of 28. We’ll see if he can make a surprise today.
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