The lights are on
Andy Murray vs. Novak Djokovic : The two best hardcourt players in the game renew their rivalry on the lush lawns of Wimbledon. Djokovic leads this series 11-7 having won the last three but Murray got him in the US Open final just after he beat him in the Olympic semifinals last August on the grass.
For me, the Olympic win may help Murray a little in the confidence department but I really don’t factor it in much here because I just don’t think Djokovic was mentally into it back then. After his physical win over Del Potro Friday, he is now. He’s 100% invested.
And I don’t think there will be any carryover fatigue. Murray played five sets in his quarter and then four yesterday while Djokovic punched the clock for nearly five hours in the Del Potro epic. But even as the temperatures are forecasted to climb higher Sunday, both guys are incredibly fit and fresh. And as we’ve seen over and over before Djokovic seems to play even better after grueling marathon wins.
As for the matchup, both are very similar guys. Both play all court games with decent serves, excellent returns, etc. Djokovic offers a little more power while Murray gets the edge in variety, but otherwise there’s little to choose between these two longtime rivals.
Therefore I think the key will be the serving numbers. Both guys had huge ace days in their semifinals (20+) and I feel the guy who leads in that category tomorrow may very well win it.
I also think Djokovic is playing the slightly better tennis week, and he might save his best for last. Novak cruised into the semifinals where he met a very dangerous, very in-form Del Potro. Djokovic needed to find some magic to outlast Del Potro because the Argentine simply wasn’t giving anything anyway. Novak just took what really wasn’t there.
While during a bad patch, Murray needed help to beat Fernando Verdasco and got it from the mentally weak Spaniard who wasn’t able to put the Scot away. And Murray also was in some trouble in the third set to Janowicz before the 22-year-old also succumbed to the moment.
The moment won’t get to Djokovic and neither will Murray. Not in the end of another majestic win.
How to watch Wimbledon 2013 Men’s Final Live stream Tennis Tournament.
You need a tv tuner. What this does is plug into the cable the same way your tv does. They make digital ones too, so you can still use on demand. Then you can use your computer as a DVR, as well.
List of Websites to Watch Free TV Channels :
1. TV Channels Free.com (Watch Free 4500 TV Channels)
2. Free TV Online.com (Watch around 3000 Free TV Channels)
3. Bee Line TV.com (Watch 382 Free Channels)
4. Free TV Video Online.info (Watch 500 Channels)
5. Crafty TV (Watch 1000 Channels)
6. TV Video (Great website for watching free Channels)
7. The TV Bay (thetvinfo.info is also a free way to watch tv on your PC)
8. Watch Free TV Online (Watch online free tv on your Laptop)
9. JumpTV (Watch all latest and live shows)
10. Watch Free TV (Free TV on your Laptop and PC)
All TV Channel Live Link Here : ESPN 3 TV Live Broadcast this Wimbledon 2013 Men’s Final