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Roland Garros 2020 TV Coverage |Tennis|Live StreaM FreE

September 22 at 8:00 am5:00 pm EDT

Roland Garros 2020 TV Coverage To compound the event’s problems, it was then revealed on Monday that a female player, set to feature in qualifying, had also tested positive and had been withdrawn.

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The 33-year-old Djokovic defeated the Argentine Diego Schwartzman in straight sets of 7-5 and 6-3. However, it was the post-match presentation that gained even more attention. The 17-time Grand Slam winner admitted that he was not at his best in the tournament. It was unusual to hear this from the Italian Open 2020 winner. “I don’t want to sound arrogant, but I haven’t played my best tennis. I still have a few gears and I am going to need to get there in order to achieve a good result at the French Open 2020,” said Djokovic.

Djokovic has been unbeaten so far in 2020. Fans had expected an exciting final since the 28-year-old Schwartzman defeated Rafael Nadal in the quarters of the Italian Open 2020. But Djokovic once again showed the tennis world why he deserved to be World No. 1 and asserted his dominance throughout the match.

“Has the Potential” – Michael Jordan Feels Bubba Wallace Matches His Will to Win in NASCARWorld No. 1 Novak Djokovic added another feather to his already glowing cap. The Serbian legend was crowned the winner of the Italian Open 2020, which made this his fifth Italian Open title.

 

The 33-year-old Djokovic defeated the Argentine Diego Schwartzman in straight sets of 7-5 and 6-3. However, it was the post-match presentation that gained even more attention. The 17-time Grand Slam winner admitted that he was not at his best in the tournament. It was unusual to hear this from the Italian Open 2020 winner. “I don’t want to sound arrogant, but I haven’t played my best tennis. I still have a few gears and I am going to need to get there in order to achieve a good result at the French Open 2020,” said Djokovic.

has been unbeaten so far in 2020. Fans had expected an exciting final since the 28-year-old Schwartzman defeated Rafael Nadal in the quarters of the Italian Open 2020. But Djokovic once again showed the tennis world why he deserved to be World No. 1 and asserted his dominance throughout the match.

Read More: Novak Djokovic surpasses another record of Rafael NadalWorld No. 1 Novak Djokovic won his fifth Italian Open title when he beat Diego Schwartzman in straight sets on Monday. Djokovic won 7-5, 6-3 to also clinch what was a record 36th ATP Masters title as well. Also Read – Simona Halep Wins Italian Open After Karolina Pliskova Retires Due to Injury

 

Schwartzman had beaten Rafael Nadal en route to his maiden ATP 1000 final and sprinted to a 3-0 lead before allowing the 18-time Grand Slam to draw level at 3-3. He fought but despite Serb committing 18 unforced error, he prevailed. Also Read – US Open 2020: Novak Djokovic Asks His Fans to Not Abuse Lineswoman After Disqualification

As if jolted by a close call in the opening set, Djokovic raised his game up a notch and sealed the title with a drop shot. Also Read – US Open 2020: Nick Kyrgios Trolls Novak Djokovic’s Disqualification For Accidentally Hitting Lineswoman With The Ball

 

The tournament was the first time Djokovic was playing since he was defaulted for hitting a line judge during his US Open round of 16 clash with Pablo Carreño Busta.

 

“It was a great week, a very challenging week. I found my best tennis when I needed it most I’m proud that I managed to find the fifth gear when I needed it,” the 33-year-old said.“Now we turn to Paris and I couldn’t ask for a better tournament here in Rome,” he added.

The Serbian will be aiming for the French Open title next, which starts in less than a week. With his record of staying unbeaten so far, he will be starting as one of the favorites.

The World No. 1’s experience was quite visible in the final. He looked comfortable, like it was just another ordinary match for him, and won five out of the nine break-points. Djokovic’s win percentage on the first serve was 70%. This was way ahead of the 58% managed by Schwartzman in the match.

 

The young Argentine was under enormous pressure once he lost the first set 5-7. He was clearly seen struggling with his serve in the second set. Schwartzman even made three double-faults. In the end, after giving a tough fight in the first set, Djokovic took control of the second set. From there on, he never looked back and took a breath only after he lifted the title.

 

 

Djokovic will certainly be looking to win his second French Open, given the kind of form he is in. His ultimate competitor will undoubtedly be the clay-court legend, Rafael Nadal. But with Nadal not in his best form, this could prove to be Djokovic’s golden opportunity.

The Italian Open has given Djokovic a fair amount of exposure to the clay surface. Fans will expect him to go on and win his 18th Grand Slam title and inch closer towards Roger Federer’s tally of 20 Grand Slams.

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September 22
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8:00 am – 5:00 pm