Novak Djokovic has been the common denominator in all the Grand Slam finals played this year. Who can join the insuppressible Serb in the final? That’s the only question. It’s hard to ponder beyond Roger Federer or Andy Murray, or perhaps Stan Wawrinka, who becomes a different proposition altogether in best-of-five battles. However, we didn’t think any differently last year, and the two men who played the final ended up being Kei Nishikori and Marin Cilic. (The former beat Djokovic and the latter demolished Federer in the semifinals in straights sets).
The draws were unveiled Thursday, and here is a look at how one stacks up against another.
Much has been said about the swirling wind of the U.S. Open not being favouring Djokovic and hence, he hasn’t been able to cross the final hurdle more than once. Now that there is a roof over the perimeter…
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