Kevin Anderson vs Novak Djokovic Live Stream & TV Channel

Kevin Anderson vs Novak Djokovic Live Stream & TV Channel Wimbledon 2018 Final Live Streaming Online Full HD

Kevin Anderson vs Novak Djokovic Live Stream & TV Channel Wimbledon 2018 Final Live Streaming Online Full HD

Kevin Anderson vs Novak Djokovic Live Stream & TV Channel Wimbledon 2018 Final Live Streaming Online Full HD

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Hopefully we can, first of all, play,” Djokovic said with a weary smile when he was asked about his final with Anderson.

The Djoker was joking, of course; he and Anderson will be there. The question is, who will have more left? Anderson is coming off a six-hour, 36-minute win over John Isner, while Djokovic is coming off a five-hour win over Rafael Nadal, with no day of rest. What looked like an impossible hill for Anderson to climb 24 hours ago, now looks a little more possible.

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But is it probable? The 32-year-old Anderson is coming off perhaps the two most impressive wins of his decade-long career.

In the quarterfinals, he beat Roger Federer for the first time, 13-11 in the fifth set; two days later, he won the second-longest match in Wimbledon history, 26-24 in the fifth set, over Isner, a player he hadn’t beaten in five years. But beating Djokovic may require Anderson, a Wimbledon-final rookie, to raise his game even higher.

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He’s 1-5 in their head to head, and his only win came 10 years ago in Miami. Djokovic is also a better returner than Federer or Isner, which could make life tough for the South African, who relies especially heavily on his serve on grass.

All is not already lost for Big Kev, however. Anderson and Djokovic have played twice at Wimbledon. Djokovic won one of those in routine, straight-set fashion; but in their second meeting, in 2015, Anderson led two sets to love, before Djokovic wriggled his way through, 7-5, in the fifth set.

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Still, that was a fourth-round match, and Djokovic was unfocused through much of the first two sets; it’s hard to imagine him starting a final that way.

What is easier to imagine is Djokovic having something of a letdown after beating the world No. 1, Nadal, 10-8 in the fifth set—that must have felt like a final, or at least a major accomplishment for Djokovic, who hadn’t reached a Grand Slam semi since 2016.

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