2022 Wimbledon QF: Novak Djokovic vs. Jannik Sinner

Who wins?


  • Total voters
    131
  • Poll closed .

romeo8880

G.O.A.T.
It's unbelievable how good Novak is at age of 35. Especially his ground game is way better than Fed or Nadal's at same age. This is why he is smart bet to win Slam race despite falling behind by two Slams. This guy hasn't declined at all in last 3-4 years.
LOL. Fed at 35 was better than Djokovic at 35. Nice try
 

jl809

Semi-Pro
It's unbelievable how good Novak is at age of 35. Especially his ground game is way better than Fed or Nadal's at same age. This is why he is smart bet to win Slam race despite falling behind by two Slams. This guy hasn't declined at all in last 3-4 years.
This is absolute rubbish, no offence
 

darthrafa

Professional
sinner confidence is growing
if he can keep his first serve, he.would not be easily defeated
but
it.happended before
after all it is bo5
 

ewiewp

Hall of Fame
still can't believe this kid has played tennis full time for only 7,8 years.
switched to tennis at 12,13? and spent a few years mostly practicing while others playing junior tour.
straight into the adult tour and roughly 5 years later a world class.
what a talent Sinner is.
 

TennisLurker

Professional
the only decline I see in his power, Novak basically kills you with consistency, like a much better version of Hewitt.
He had more power in the 2011-2016 period

But, the rest of his game is just as good as back then, and in some aspects better, he serves better now
 

Krish0608

Legend
Man - Nadal won't make it past Fritz, I have a feeling.
The American is playing too well. Big serve - far bigger than both Sinner and Novak. Loves hitting big on high balls and crushing Nadal's spin.
Big trouble for Rafa.
You keep underestimating Nadal and overestimating Novak. Why do you do that?
 

RS

Talk Tennis Guru
Sinner needs a out of 10 rating thread after this match if he keeps this up.
 

bertrevert

Hall of Fame
Lopez commentary saying best he seen so far this tournie, he enjoy at least.

Sinner break and to serve for first set
 
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