London — Aside from Novak Djokovic's nasty year Just as he seemed to hit the lows, he returned from two sets to defeat Jannik Sinner in Italy on Tuesday and recovered the bid for the Wimbledon title for the fourth consecutive year.
Serbian top seeds had all sorts of troubles against the inspiring 20-year-old player after losing two sets, but 5- Raised to win 72-66-. 36-26-2.
In the end, the 35-year-old controls, strengthened in battle, reached the 43rd Grand Slam semi-final and the 11th Wimbledon, so the result was inevitable.
Djokovic was deported before the Australian Open following the COVID-19 standoffs and became 20 major titles this year after losing to Rafael Nadal in the quarterfinals. The French Open couldn't be added.
However, he survived the prospect of facing a second seed Nadaru and a great comeback in the final on Sunday. The seventh time in his career he won by losing his first two sets.
Thinner, who was bidding to follow in the footsteps of fellow countryman Matteo Berrettini, who reached last year's final, showed why he would turn into a future Grand Slam champion, but Djokovic. Declined in the face of the onslaught of.
When the Serbs created a miraculous backhand winner on the slide, took a break in the seventh game of the fourth set, and finished their belly in Superman's position, the tenth seed Shinner I found out that I was facing Mission Impossible.
The Italians belted a long volley at the next point, and Djokovic loved to seal the victory.
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