Goran Ivanisevic's Wimbledon Predictions: Djok to lift men's title



Sunday is perhaps the best day in the tennis calendar - men's final day at Wimbledon. It's a been a tournament full of surprises, but we arguably have the final that most people wanted to see. Home favourite Andy Murray faces Novak Djokovic for the third Grand Slam final in the last four.

I picked these two players to reach the final before the tournament, and Djokovic was my tip to win the title. It'll be a tough match between two players with similar games. Both of them are unbelievably quick and incredibly fit, so it's quite likely we could be in for another marathon affair.


In big matches like this one, I think the advantage lies with whoever is more aggresive. We saw that last year: Andy won the US Open final with a positive performance, digging deep to raise his game in the fourth set. He showed his grit against Fernando Verdasco in the quarter-final but he can't afford another slow start against Djokovic.

Novak is the main man. He's been playing unbelievably well. To beat him you have to be so good, so concentrated; you have to win each point three times because he always finds a way to get the ball back. That kind of solidity makes him the favourite for me. I don't think he'll run away with it, but I think he'll get the job done in four sets.


Goran Ivanisevic reached World No. 2 in tennis and won 22 career titles, including a major at Wimbledon in 2001. He is a Unibet Armchair Expert and you can read more from him
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Back Novak Djokovic to win 3-1 at 4.30.