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Wimbledon Men's Singles Final: Federer vs. Djokovic Battle of GiantsPublished July 12, 2015 by Amir G
The world's best two tennis players, Federer and Djokovic, meet for a battle of giants at the Men's Singles finals at Wimbledon (14:00 UK time).
The Wimbledon Men's Singles final that many have fantasized about has become reality yet again. For the second year in a row, Roger Federer (No. 2) meets Novak Djokovic (No. 1) for a battle on the tennis world's most prestigious trophy (14:00 UK time).
Payback Time for Federer?
Federer's hopes for an eighth Wimbledon final were spoiled by Djokovic last year, in the midst of a successful run which signaled a possible return for the top Swiss player who was looking for a comeback. The two have met once before in a Grand Slam final, back in the 2007 US Open final where Federer won in his prime. At age 33, today will present Federer with a golden opportunity to shine once more, and serve Djokovic with a nice revenge.
Biggest Challenge for Djokovic
A sportive player, Djokovic expressed his utmost respect for Federer ahead of today's match while speaking to Wimbledon press. "Roger is one of the people that made me a better player … He’s so good and so consistent. He is the greatest ever. There’s not enough praise for what he does. This is where he plays his best tennis I think. It's probably going to be the biggest challenge I can have."
But Djokovic is keeping his cards close to the chest - highly competitive and able to withstand hard physical trials, he will fight hard to gain his third Wimbledon title.
As is usually the case with Wimbledon finals, today's game summons a meeting that could very easily become a classic – and a very long one at that. The head to head statistics between these two fantastic players shows just how tightly matched they are: Federer won 20 times against 19 times Djokovic won in their 39 meetings. Will Djokovic even the numbers?
According to the odds at bet365 Sports, the Serb is a favorite to do just that with 4/5 against Federer's 11/10. The Tennis Accumulator gives punters a chance to earn bonuses of up to 50% on pre-match selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets. Grab a cold drink and sit down to watch and wager on this one - it's going to be huge.