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While Novak Djokovic and Stefanos Tsitsipas battled it out on Court Philippe-Chatrier in the Roland Garros final on Sunday, the match trended on twitter. After Tsitsipas won the first two sets, the top seed Djokovic fought back to win 6-7(6), 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 and claim his second Roland Garros title. Below are some of the tweets from prominent members of the tennis community who were engrossed in the match. OMG... so good from Novak!— Darren Cahill (@darren_cahill) June 13, 2021 Easier said then done mate ... https://t.co/5Tu4YLawT4— Boris Becker (@TheBorisBecker) June 13, 2021 This is why the men’s slams should never be changed and they should always be 3 out of 5 sets.— Greg Rusedski (@GregRusedski1) June 13, 2021 Never underestimate @DjokerNole just look at his eyeballs…— Chris Evert (@ChrissieEvert) June 13, 2021 20 20 19 ?— Mardy Fish (@MardyFish) June 13, 2021 The most complete male tennis player of all time is @DjokerNole— Patrick McEnroe (@PatrickMcEnroe) June 13, 2021 Unreal. @DjokerNole— Mónica Puig (@MonicaAce93) June 13, 2021 Physically and mentally dominant. Hardest player in history to attack through the court. No holes in his game. No holes physically. Can’t break his mental belief …… Well deserved @DjokerNole— andyroddick (@andyroddick) June 13, 2021 Two career Grand Slams @DjokerNole and 19 all up- congratulations on a memorable week in Paris and all the best for the grass. — Rod Laver (@rodlaver) June 13, 2021 Idemo Nole!!! Merecidísimo campeón. Disfrutalo mucho amigo! @DjokerNole @rolandgarros— Juan M. del Potro (@delpotrojuan) June 13, 2021 19 @DjokerNole— Dusan Lajovic (@Dutzee) June 13, 2021 What a thriller!Congratulations to @DjokerNole on winning the @rolandgarros Men’s Singles title. Cheers to Tsitsipas on an incredible fight. #RolandGarros https://t.co/dn0sjOWezH— Billie Jean King (@BillieJeanKing) June 13, 2021
#NextGenATP Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz notched another career first on Monday when he earned his maiden berth into the second round at Roland Garros.The 18-year-old, who cracked the Top 100 of the FedEx ATP Rankings for the first time last week, defeated fellow qualifier Bernabe Zapata Miralles 6-3, 2-6, 6-1, 7-6(4). Alcaraz trailed by a break in the fourth set, but he clawed back to triumph after three hours and eight minutes.“I think the mental game is really, really important in these kinds of matches. You have to be focussed and calm all the match, three hours and 10 minutes. It's really important and not easy to do,” Alcaraz said. “I trust a lot in my physical [conditioning], yeah. I could play a really, really good game during the whole match.”The teen sensation has now not just successfully qualified at the season's first two Grand Slams, but he has also won a match in the main draw as well. Alcaraz earned momentum heading into the clay-court major by claiming an ATP Challenger Tour title in Oeiras, Portugal two weeks ago.Follow Live Scores At RolandGarros.comAlcaraz showed impressive resilience against his countryman, who beat him in a Challenger final last September. Zapata Miralles seemingly had an answer for every Alcaraz surge, but the #NextGenATP star made his stand in the fourth-set tie-break. The World No. 97 hit 41 winners and broke serve eight times to earn a match against big-hitting Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili.“I think it has been a tough match against a great player like Zapata, a really tough player. I think when I won the third set, I think he [was] going a bit down on the beginning of the fourth,” Alcaraz said. “But he [was] still playing really, really well in the fourth. I had to be focussed with his shots. I think I played a really, really good game in the fourth, going down all the set. I think in the tie-break I [went] for the match.”The 28th seed beat 2019 Monte-Carlo finalist Dusan Lajovic 6-4, 6-3, 0-6, 6-2. Basilashvili had not won a match at Roland Garros since making the third round in 2017.
A day after achieving an Open Era milestone win at the Belgrade Open, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic marked a more personal milestone on Friday as he reached his first ATP Tour final on home soil since 2011. The top seed was made to work against qualifier Andrej Martin, the first player to take a set off Djokovic this week at the Novak Tennis Centre. But Djokovic regrouped and raised his level in the third set to prevail 6-1, 4-6, 6-0 and book a place in the championship match. Djokovic will now face the winner of eighth seed Federico Delbonis and qualifier Alex Molcan as he seeks his 83rd tour-level title – and his third in Belgrade. The Serbian claimed two titles on home soil in 2009 and 2011 during the event’s previous four-year run. “I’m super excited to play in front of a Serbian crowd. This is my home town. I’m always excited, but also nervous, coming out on the court and playing in front of my home crowd,” Djokovic said in an on-court interview. “It’s a very unique feeling. You feel a lot of pressure and expectations. But I’m just happy to fight for a trophy tomorrow.”Djokovic was in full flight as he steamrolled through the opening set, but his opponent was by no means rolling over. Martin, who took down third seed Nikoloz Basilashvili and fifth seed Dusan Lajovic en route to the semi-final, did well to hang with the World No. 1 from the first point. The Slovakian qualifier went down a double break as Djokovic powered his way to 5-1, but Martin created five break chances in the final game. Martin wasn’t able to convert, but he took that momentum into the second set to break first for a 2-0 lead. [WATCH LIVE 1]The top seed continued to shut down the points at the net with inch-perfect drop shots and smart volleys, but the qualifier capitalised on a momentary letdown from Djokovic to take control of the set. Up a break at 4-3, Djokovic struck his only double fault of the match, and followed it up with a spate of unforced errors and a short, attackable first serve – giving Martin the opening he needed. The Slovakian reeled off the last three games to take a frustrated Djokovic into his first deciding set of the week.But Djokovic regrouped emphatically in the final set, unloading on his returns to keep Martin under pressure. The Australian Open champion did not face a break point across the last six games, and broke three more times to reach the 119th final of his career in Belgrade. “I thought I started and finished the match really well, so I’ll try to take those positive feelings into tomorrow’s final,” Djokovic said. “I also had some letdowns in concentration towards the end of the second set, and I’ll try to correct those mistakes for tomorrow.”
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Novak Djokovic has once again shown that he has extraordinary qualities