Saturday, July 6, 2013

Wimbledon 2013 Men's Final Preview: Novak Djokovic vs Andy Murray Live Streaming

Wimbledon 2013 Men's Final Preview: Novak Djokovic vs Andy Murray Live Streaming Information.

Andy Murray vs Novak Djokovic Live

Andy Murray reached his second Wimbledon final after a tense 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 ... It will be the fourth time they have met in a final - Djokovic leads the series 2-1 ..... I once saw him at a Fulham v West Ham game back in 2005.Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic won their semifinal matches Friday to advance to the Wimbledon final. It’ll be the third final in the past four majors that they have played each other. In a crazy Wimbledon of upsets, it so happens that the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds have reached the end. They are supposed to be here. They are consistently the best players in the game. In a titanic struggle played out over four hours and 43 minutes, Serbia's Djokovic squandered two match points in the fourth set tiebreak before going on to finally subdue the Argentine eighth seed thanks to a remarkable 80 winners and 22 aces. Murray's seventh Grand Slam final on Sunday will be his fourth meeting with Djokovic with a major title on the line.

And remember their last classic against each other? It was in ... uh. Well, no, they haven’t had a classic yet. I’m not sure they ever will. But for this to work, they’re going to need their Federer-Nadal Wimbledon moment. These rivalries in sports are mandatory. They drive a sport, get people talking, choosing sides. Tiger or Phil. Bird or Magic. Roger or Rafa.But in tennis, generations go so fast, and there is little time to replace them, promote them and define them. Defining Djokovic and Murray is going to be a problem.
Rafael Nadal’s sport-changing win over Roger Federer was just five years ago. Since then, Djokovic already has broken through and become the best player. But coming into Wimbledon, the focus still was on whether Roger would hold onto his title or Rafa would win. Yet, Djokovic was the No. 1 seed and Murray No. 2.



These are the burning questions many may ask ahead of Sunday's Wimbledon men's singles final between Murray and Novak Djokovic. The crowd will support Andy Murray in his attempt to become the first British Wimbledon champion since Fred Perry in 1936, but the key issue will be whether he can overcome the pressure and expectations of his contrymen and fans. The task will not be easy, with the Serbian Djokovic ranked number one in the world, in good form. Murray will be encouraged by his victory against Djokovic in the US Open final last year and his Olympics triumph against Roger Federer. However, the Serbian gained some measure of revenge at this year's Australian Open final by defeating Murray in four sets to clinch the title.

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