Djokovic vs Nadal Live

Djokovic vs Nadal Live: Novak Djokovic will face Rafael Nadal in the French Open semi-final on Friday. The match will start at 11.50 a.m ET. This will be the latest encounter in one of the greatest rivalries in tennis history.

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Novak Djokovic will go up against Rafael Nadal in the second French Open 2021 Men’s singles semi-final. Here are the Djokovic vs Nadal live stream details.

A semi-final of epic proportions awaits fans as World No.1 Novak Djokovic will go up against World No.3 Rafael Nadal in the second French Open 2021 Men’s singles semi-final. The match is scheduled to begin at 9:00 PM IST (5:30 PM local time) on Friday, June 11, from Court Phillippe-Chatrier. Here are the Djokovic vs Nadal live streaming details, how to watch French Open 2021 live in India, the Djokovic vs Nadal prediction and the head to head stats for the match.

Djokovic vs Nadal French Open semifinals match preview

The most enduring rivalry in Men’s tennis, the Novak Djokovic vs Nadal French Open semi-final is set to become one of the most momentous matches of this season. With multiple records on the line for both players, this match is one that could be one that could change the GOAT conversation for the time to come. This is because, while Nadal stands a chance to win a historic 21st Grand Slam title, Djokovic could become the first man to complete a double career Grand Slam in the open era and take his Slam count to 19 if he wins the final on Sunday.
As one of only two men to have ever defeated the King of Clay at Roland Garros – back in the 2015 quarter-final – and looking to become the only person to do that twice, perhaps we can expect an Australian Open 2012-esque final on Friday. Djokovic started his 2021 season with a title run at the Australian Open and in Belgrade but did not have the best of times on clay. Meanwhile, 20-time Grand Slam champion, 13-time French Open winner and 4-time defending champion, Rafael Nadal will come into this game with title wins on the clay courts of Rome and Barcelona and with just one set dropped in Paris so far.

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