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Novak Djokovic is one victory away from winning his 10th Australian Open title and equaling Rafael Nadal as the tennis player with the most trophies won in Grand Slam tournaments (22).
“I have a strong imagination, but not that much. I never imagined things could get to this point. I am blessed and I am very grateful for that. I try to enjoy every moment. This is an individual sport and all eyes are on me, but credit must be given to those who deserve it and without my family and my team, who supported me in good times and bad, it would not be possible to get here», he said after the semi-final clash with the North American Tommy Paul, who he eliminated in two hours and 20 minutes, by the partials of 7-5, 6-1 and 6-2.
Stefanos Tsitsipas, chasing his first career Grand Slam title, is the last hurdle on the way to another night of glory in Melbourne. A duel worth the leadership of the ATP ranking and a rerun of last year’s Roland Garros final.
«The memories of that game are good because I won (laughs). It was his first Grand Slam final and, with Stefanos, it’s always very physical and emotional battles. He has evolved a lot these last few years and I think he is one of the most interesting players on the Tour, on and off the court. He has his style. May the best win », he shot.
The Australian Open final is scheduled for 7.30 pm next Sunday in Melbourne, 8.30 am on Monday in Lisbon.
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