Federer V Djokovic

Gary Still

Djokovic won all three tiebreaker sets, winning 21 points and conceding 12.

Federer won both non-tiebreaker sets winning 12 games and conceding 5.

Unfortunately, Federer's nerves got the better of him. In a nailbiter, I'd always like to be on Djokovic's side. In my opinion, Djokovic knew that Federer would "tighten" at the critical moments and for that reason, Djokovic never gave up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Djokovic won all three tiebreaker sets, winning 21 points and conceding 12.

Federer won both non-tiebreaker sets winning 12 games and conceding 5.https://19216811.cam/

Unfortunately, Federer's nerves got the better of him. In a nailbiter, I'd always like to be on Djokovic's side. In my opinion, Djokovic knew that Federer would "tighten" at the critical moments and for that reason, Djokovic never gave up. https://xender.vip/

 

 

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It seems like better players often will sometimes lose the first set or it will at least be very close, possibly even ending in a tiebreak, just for the better player to come back and win the remaining sets with no issue.

Perhaps this is coincidence, im not the sharpest tool in the shed, but I'm curious to what people who know tennis think about this.

Another thought I had on this was that perhaps the worse player gives 110% on the first set, not leaving anything in the tank for the rest of the match.

Exactly my reading

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