Unbelievable stakes as legends’ 58TH meeting set to shape tennis history
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal clash for the 58th time on Saturday morning (1.30am AEST) on the same court where they first met 15 years ago with a place in the French Open final at stake.
It is tennis’s greatest modern rivalry between two men who have harvested 38 Grand Slam titles and 72 Masters between them.
Djokovic has spent more weeks at world No.1 than any other player while 13-time French Open winner Nadal has not been out of the top 10 in 16 years.
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Nadal will start Friday’s semi-final as favourite, buoyed by his record of 105 wins and just two losses in his Roland Garros career.
The 35-year-old also has the edge over Djokovic on clay with a 19-7 career lead and 7-1 in Paris.
Djokovic hasn’t beaten Nadal on the surface since Rome in 2016. He can, however, boast being one of only two men to have defeated Nadal …
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