We are into the business end of the Wimbledon and it’s the day where everyone has been waiting for. Yes, it’s the all important men’s singles Finals tomorrow. World no 1 Novak Djokovic was the first person to book his place in the finals by defeating Richard Gasquet in straight sets 7-6(2),6-4,6-4. The second semi-finals was pretty much one sided too which would have surprised many as the Swiss defeated the Brit in straight sets 7-5,7-5,6-4. Andy Murray failed to show some resistance when it mattered the most.
The second seeded Roger Federer will face Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon finals, which is expected to be a cracker of a contest. In 2014, it was these two who featured in an Epic five setter in which the Serbian emerged as the winner. However, for Roger Federer his form in 2015 has been sublime and could posses a greater threat to the Serbian once again. Roger is one among the 3 persons who has defeated Novak Djokovic in 2015 and there is no reason why the Swiss could not repeat it again. Roger’s serve has been immaculate throughout the tournament as he hardly let his opponents to break his serve. The Swiss would follow the same formula in the finals and who knows, we might see the Swiss winning his record 8th Wimbledon title and his 18th grand slam title. However, for Roger he would be the second favourite heading into the finals.
The top seed has been in the form of his life as he lost just 3 matches in the 2015 season thus far and everything is falling in place for him at the moment. After, the heart breaking loss at the French Open which he badly needed the Serbian managed to make another Wimbledon final which clearly states his mental strength. Novak Djokovic likes to dictate play from the baseline where as Roger prefers serve and volley. Novak Djokovic has to maintain the same tempo from the baseline as he did so far and with the form he is in it’s pretty sure he will maintain that in the all important finals.
Novak Djokovic is probably the clear favourite heading into the finals, and for Roger he should stick to his game plan which he has been following throughout the tournament and should take the odd risk and should surprise the World no 1 to win his record 8th Wimbledon title.