Novak Djokovic aims to return to the Wimbledon final when he takes on Denis Shapovalov in the semi-finals on Friday.
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Djokovic vs Shapovalov Match Details
🇬🇧 Competition: Wimbledon semi-finals
🗓 Date: Friday July 9
⏰ Time: TBA
🏟 Stadium: Centre Court
Head to Head
Djokovic leads 6-0
- 2021 | ATP Cup | RR | Djokovic 7-5 7-5
- 2020 | ATP Cup | RR | Djokovic 4-6 6-1 7-6
- 2019 | Paris Masters | Final | Djokovic 6-3 6-4
- 2019 | Shanghai Masters | R32 | Djokovic 6-3 6-3
- 2019 | Rome Masters | R32 | Djokovic 6-1 6-3
- 2019 | Australian Open | R32 | Djokovic 6-3 6-4 4-6 6-0
Djokovic vs Shapovalov Tips & Predictions
Djokovic has been the overwhelming favourite to secure a sixth Wimbledon title all tournament and nothing’s changed heading into this semi-final showdown with Shapovalov.
Apart from dropping his first set of the tournament to Jack Draper (which was also his first match on grass for the season), Djokovic has been flawless, cruising into the semi-finals without losing another set, with 14 of his 15 set wins coming by a score of 6-4 or better.
The World No. 1 has yet to be tested and you just know he has another gear to go to if required.
Shapovalov might just force Djokovic to raise his level – the young Canadian has been threatening to make a breakthrough at a slam for a few years now, but inconsistency has got the better of him.
However, Shapovalov has put it all together at The Championships this fortnight, beginning his campaign with a five-set win over Philipp Kohlschreiber before taking out Andy Murray and Roberto Bautista Agut in straights.
Shapovalov was then forced to recover from two sets to one down in order to get past Karen Khachanov in the quarter-finals.
Djokovic has won the six previous meetings between the pair, dropping just two sets in the process.
The Serbian is almost a lock to prevail again, but on grass, Shapovalov does have weapons to do some damage, predominantly through his lefty serve and big forehand.
Shapovalov took a set off Djokovic in their only Grand Slam match at the 2019 Australian Open and is a much better and more-rounded player today.
It’s a tall order to even win a set off Djokovic these days, but Shapovalov is playing well enough to at least push this semi-final past 31.5 total games.