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Clearly, Novak Djokovic looks to strengthen his bid for an 18th Grand Slam title and second French Open trophy as he takes on Karen Khachanov on Monday
And Khachanov has looked more solid with his serve and from the back of the court in Paris, winning his early round matches without too many difficulties.
That includes a relatively comfortable, and surprising – third-round victory over No. 20 seed Cristian Garin.
The meeting at Roland Garros will be the fifth between the two players, with Novak Djokovic currently leading the head-to-head 3-1.
Khachanov has largely disappointed following the lockdown, having failed to make it this deep into a tournament since the tour’s resumption.
After an underwhelming American hardcourt season, the Russian continued to struggle on European clay, making early exits in Rome and Hamburg.
Also, of course despite all his controversies off the court, Novak Djokovic has been in incredible form on it this year.
Karen Khachanov has always possessed the ability to hit topspin-heavy forehands on clay.
But his newfound ability to also hit through the ball, coupled with a massive first serve, make him a particularly tricky opponent at this year’s French Open.
The 33-year-old has won four titles including the Australian Open during the stop-start 2020 season
With the bizarre disqualification at the US Open last month being his only loss of the year.
Djokovic has carried over his solid form on hardcourts to clay, winning the Rome Masters and progressing comfortably so far at Roland Garros.
But his next opponent, Russia’s Karen Khachanov, is likely going to be a sterner test than any that the Serb has faced in Paris so far
The pair met twice in the space of four months before the lockdown, with Djokovic prevailing in straight sets in both the encounters.
However, Karen Khachanov defeat Novak Djokovic 7-5 6-4 in the final of the Paris Masters in 2018 to win the biggest title of his career.