Djokovic reached the Wimbledon 2019 final
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Djokovic reached the Wimbledon 2019 final

Djokovic is only one victory away from successfully defending his championship at the All England Club.

Agut won both of his last two meetings with Novak Djokovic.

In just the first five games, Agut made 10 similar errors, then fell and was down 1-4 after Djokovic’s ace.

Losing only one serve point in the opening set, Djokovic did not face a single break point and scored 12 winners, while only making 5 unforced errors.

The wind suddenly changed in the next set when Agut was the one who controlled the match, and in the end Djokovic had to lose his second set at All Endland Club (the first was against Hurkacz in the third round).

Djokovic only earned one point in the second service game in this set, before Agut won the game with a forehand winner.

Djokovic reached the Wimbledon 2019 final

Novak Djokovic 3-1 Roberto Bautista Agut

In the third set, Agut played much better than before, but that was not enough to make it difficult for the Serbian player, who was gradually regaining the match thanks to his forte moves.

The first game of the decisive set saw the defending champion’s opponent ecstatically save three consecutive break points with a backhand volley and delicate drop shot.

During the entire match, which lasted 2 hours and 48 minutes, the number one seed had a total of 42 winners and 29 unforced errors, one error less than Agut and 8 similar points better.

For the sixth time appearing in the Wimbledon final and also the 25th Grand Slam final in his career (winning 15, losing 9), Djokovic will meet the winner of the remaining semi-final between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal to aim for

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