Stan Wawrinka must do to have a chance of beating top seed Novak Djokovic in the French Open final. The World No. 1 is trying to keep the Swiss from getting comfortable on the court.
The No. 1 in the Emirates ATP Rankings for 149 weeks, Djokovic will look to further cement his place among the game’s greats when he compete to complete the career Grand Slam on Sunday at Roland Garros. Djokovic will be to go on with his strong serving as breaking Wawrinka’s serve has proven to be difficult. Djokovic is at the peak of his considerable powers. He’s No. 1 by nearly 5,000 ranking points. He’s won his last 27 matches and is 16-0 on clay this season. He’s coming off wins over Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray in his last two rounds.
“I think I will be fine for the final,” said Djokovic. He also said: “Whatever I have left in me I will put out on the court tomorrow and hopefully it can be enough.”
Wawrinka is one of the few players who can redline for a long period of time, and who can disrupt Djokovic from the baseline.
“He’s been amazing so far this year winning every big title, playing his best test tennis ever,” said Wawrinka. “But he’s never won Roland Garros.
Viewers in the US can watch the big match live on NBC, with live stream option on NBC Sports Live Extra.
Audience in the UK can watch Wawrinka attempt to stop Djokovic live on ITV or ITV Player, while viewers from rest of Europe can catch the men’s singles final on Eurosport and Eurosport Player.
Fox Sports and Foxtel Play are the channel and online options to watch the French Open final in Australia. Listeners across the world can also catch to the final match live on Roland Garros Radio.