Having qualified top of the Red Group Novak Djokovic faces American Taylor Fritz for the opportunity to play in the ATP Tour final on Saturday.
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It is difficult to work out what goes on in the mind of Novak Djokovic at the best of times. The Serbian’s simple victories over players that are meant to be the best in the world must’ve sent a shiver down the spine of everyone left in the competition, but the match against Daniil Medvedev has cast some doubt on his physical condition. He didn’t need to push himself in the match (he had already qualified for this semi-final), but at the end of the second set Djokovic was physically shaking with the effort.
Taylor Fritz deserves great credit, though. At times this season he has made himself into the man to beat, especially at Indian Wells earlier in the season. When it came to the crunch yesterday against Felix Auger-Aliassime, he produced the goods and used his underrated movement to stay in points so that he was able to unleash his big shots when he had the chance. The way that he was able to accelerate away from the Canadian was impressive and puts him in a good place for this match.
The head-to-head between the two is very one-sided with Djokovic winning all five matches. However, three of them were on clay – nowhere near Fritz’s best surface at this stage – and one was a five-set epic in Australia. The most recent match was last year in Paris on indoor hard, which was a routine win for the Serbian. Fritz has definitely improved since then and this match should be closer. Throw in the doubts over Djokovic’s physical condition and it isn’t a straightforward call.
However, the former world No.1 seems really determined to win every match at the moment, and he should come through to take his place in the final.