Just because he let his nerves get the better of him in his first slam final doesn't mean he has to do the same in every subsequent one. Besides, it's not as if he was a bundle of nerves for the whole match. On the contrary, he seemed more composed than Thiem and played superbly, for the 1st 2 sets.Tsitsipas would have a real shot in the final against either.
Zverev....ehh, idk. He shit his pants against a very subpar Thiem with no crowd, hard to see how he'd hold up better here.
Disagree, Tsitsipas is the biggest obstacle:Tomorrow is much bigger than a final. Undisputed GOAT is on the line in Djoker's case. 16 more victories required and Olympic singles gold. The denialism on this thread is outrageous. If Rafa loses tomorrow he is done and Djoker has a great shot at CYGS and double CGS. There is no way he loses finals with that on the line. Just like AO he will find a way! The one massive obstacle is the Spanish bull.
Agree with this. Nadal is very likely to win, but it’s not a 100% guarantee like when it’s Ferrer or Kevin Anderson in the final. It’ll be worth watching.Yes I agree, but this is not a 2013 situation with Ferrer in the finals and you knew it was over already, this year has intrigue especially if Tsitsipas wins