Novak Djokovic has looked resurgent at Wimbledon and can book his place in the final by beating Rafael Nadal on Friday afternoon.
Djokovic’s early exit at SW19 in 2016 started his an 18-month downturn but he reached the recent final at Queen’s and is a three-time Wimbledon champion.
While Nadal is unbeatable on clay, grass is a different story and the Serb has won their last two meetings on the turf to help contribute to a 26-25 advantage in their career head-to-head.
Rafa has made a point of recovery in recent years but was pushed to five sets by Juan Martin del Potro in the quarter-finals so his rest will have been limited.
With Djokovic only needing four to beat Kei Nishikori, I’m backing him to outlast his rival in what could be an epic.
Kevin Anderson shocked Roger Federer in the quarter-finals and can continue his run at SW19 against John Isner.
The South African has improved rapidly in recent years, reaching the final of last year’s US Open and can make it to a second Grand Slam showpiece.
Both he and Isner are big servers but despite trailing 8-3 in their career head-to-head, Anderson is a better all-around player, despite the American’s own progress.
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