How to Watch Nadal vs Djokovic Live Stream Online in USA

How to Watch Nadal vs Djokovic Live Stream Online in USA

It will be the second Grand Slam final for Anderson, who reached the final of the US Open previous year to Rafael Nadal.

Djokovic came back strongly after the third set debacle, producing an outstanding performance, the World No.1 sent winners from all angles and beat World No. 2 Nadal 6-2, 6-4, 6-7 (3), 6-1 in a match chock-full of lengthy and fascinating points to earn the first U.S. Open championship of his career.

Nadal, the 2008 and 2010 champion, will now face three-time victor Djokovic for the 52nd time with the Serb holding a 26-25 edge.

He'll take on Novak Djokovic, while the other semifinal will see big servers Kevin Anderson and John Isner.

While Nadal hasn't really been off the scene at all, Djokovic is ending a string of five straight majors in which he didn't play a semifinal match - his longest such stretch since 2006.

After nearly two weeks of intense tennis action, Wimbledon has entered the semifinal stage.

After more than a year of trouble, Djokovic finally had surgery in February, then took a while to find his groove. He's one of the more complex players that I ever saw on our sport.

Rafael Nadal celebrates after winning a point against Novak Djokovic. Watch Nadal vs Djokovic live stream online on ESPN TV this morning at 11 am EST / 8 am PST for what could and hopefully will be a five set marathon to determine the victor.

This time a year ago, few would have expected to see either man back in the last-four at the All England Club.

Another player who needed a decider was Rafa Nadal, as he squeezed past Juan Martin Del Potro to land us a victor from our recommended bet, but the after-effects of these arduous wins for Anderson and Nadal may not help them in their quest to reach Sunday's final.

When he lost in the French Open quarterfinals to world number 72 Marco Cecchinato last month, he even suggested he was ready to skip Wimbledon this year as his ranking slipped to 22, his lowest since August 2006. Yet the latter is in the better form overall and remains formidable once he gets to the business end of a tournament.

The match went into the history books as longest Grand Slam final ever with a match time of five hours and 53 minutes. Both players hold well over 90% of the time on grass, as well as being below-average returners, and tiebreaks are again likely.

He had won 34 consecutive sets until midway through his quarterfinal clash against the towering South African Kevin Anderson. Nadal won the first set before losing the second one. I knew I was in a good spot.

"I like the level of tennis that I'm playing on right now".

Related Articles