Rafael Nadal vs Novak Djokovic – 2014 French Open Final

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Friday, June 6th, 2014 | 2

Nadal vs Djokoic Live StreamWatch Nadal vs Djokovic – French Open

The match will be played on 08th June 2014 at around 02:00 GMT and we will have the live action of the game right here. we will also provide set by set coverage and maybe short highlights after the game is over.

French Open 2014 came down to the final two as Rafael Nadal takes on Novak Djokovic in the final of roland garros. This is Nadal’s 10th French Open final as he powered his way through by beating Andy Murray in straight sets victory on thursday afternoon. Novak Djokovic on the other hand dropped 1 set but managed to win 3-1 against Ernests Gulbis.

Nadal of course is hunting for his 9th French Open title in 10 years and he has never lost the final in this grand slam. His french open record is absolutely staggering with him winning 8 french open since 2005 and if he is able to get another under his belt he will get closer to Roger Federer’s 17th grand slam record

Novak Djokovic vs Rafael Nadal Head to head Record
These players have set alot of records over the years and some of the record we are going to take a look at. Nadal and Djokovic have played each other 41 times already

Rafael Nadal  Records  Novak Djokovic
22 Total Wins (34) 19
12 All Finals  09
08 Grand Slam Matches  03
03 Grand Slam Finals  03
08 ATP Tour Matches  11
05 ATP Tour Finals  05
13 Clay Courts  04
05 Hard Courts 11
02 Grass Courts 01
05 ATP Tour Finals 05


This rivalry has all the ingrediants of becoming one of the greatest in the tennis history, both players have already played 41 matches against each and faced 11 grand slam matches where there is not much between the two. Djokovic is considered the only player who can give Nadal some stiff challenge at clay courts.

In 2013 when Nadal meet djokovic in the semifinals of french open, it was one of the most memorable games in recent roland garros histoy. Match lasted more than 4 hours and it was Nadal who took the match in 5 sets and made it to the final where he defeated David Ferrer.

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