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The first part of the rivalry was dominated by Nadal who led 16—7 from to , while the second part was dominated by Djokovic, who led 19—7 from to From to the present day they have been mostly even, with Nadal leading 4—3.
From March to April , the pair contested eleven consecutive meetings in the championship match, the only duo to ever achieve such a feat in the open era.
Some of their matches are considered to be classics and among the greatest matches of all time including the Madrid Masters semifinal, the French Open semifinal, and the Wimbledon semifinal.
Their Australian Open final has been lauded as the greatest match ever played by some long-time tennis pundits, analysts, and former players and legends of the sport.
Mary Carillo and John McEnroe both commented that the Australian Open match and the French Open semifinal match were the two best matches played on hard and clay courts respectively.
The first meeting between the two, which was the only one for this year, was at the French Open Roland Garros in the quarterfinals. The victory went to Nadal in this match via a retirement from Djokovic after Nadal took the first two sets in fours in a matter of minutes.
The first encounter took place in the finals of the Indian Wells Masters. This was Djokovic's first Masters final whereas Nadal was bidding for his 6th.
Nadal won the match. The pair met twice during the summer clay-court season, Nadal continuing his dominance on clay.
He defeated Djokovic en route to the title in the quarterfinals of the Rome Masters  and went on to do the same on his way to a third Grand Slam title, at the French Open a month later.
Nadal defeated Djokovic, who was playing his first Grand Slam semifinal. After having split the first two sets, Djokovic conceded the match to Nadal on a retirement.
At the Canada Masters in Montreal , Djokovic scored his second victory over Nadal, defeating the Spaniard in the semis en route to winning his second Masters title.
The final encounter between the two during the year was in the round robin phase Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai. Djokovic and Nadal met six times in , Nadal improving his career advantage against Djokovic to 10—4, winning four of their encounters.
Djokovic defeated Nadal in the semifinals at Indian Wells Masters in their first meeting in the year. Nadal defeated Djokovic in the semis of the Hamburg Masters.
Next, they met in their second final at the Queen's Club in London , Nadal winning his first grass-court title at the expense of Djokovic in the finals in straight sets.
In their fifth encounter of the year at the Cincinnati Masters , Djokovic defeated Nadal in the semis. The sixth and final battle of the year came at the Beijing Olympics in the semifinals, Nadal winning the match.
He would go on to win the gold medal. They met seven times in Nadal won the first four of their encounters, Djokovic going on to win the last three.
The pair met several times on clay and matches involving them became the highlights of the clay-court season. They met for the first time in a clay-court final at the Monte Carlo Masters , Nadal winning a closely contested three-setter and his 5th consecutive title at the event.
He successfully made it to the final but lost to Nadal in straight sets. They then met for a third consecutive tournament on clay, in the semis of the Madrid Masters.
Nadal won a grueling encounter by saving three match points in the process. Djokovic admitted afterwards that it took him a long time to get over this loss.
Djokovic won the match, going 2—1 in the round robin phase. Nadal won the match in four sets, thus becoming the youngest player in the Open Era to complete a Career Grand Slam.
This match took 3 hours and 43 minutes to get finished. The pair met six times, all in finals, with Djokovic winning all six encounters, including two Grand Slam finals.
Coming into their first encounter of the year at the Indian Wells Masters , Djokovic had not lost a match the entire year and continued his fine form by beating Nadal to win his second Indian Wells title.
Two weeks later, the pair met again in the finals of the Miami Masters with Djokovic winning two sets to one. Djokovic and Nadal clashed twice during the clay-court spring.
In the final of the Madrid Masters , Djokovic scored his first ever victory over Nadal on clay, in straight sets. Djokovic and Nadal met in a final for the fifth time in the year at Wimbledon , arguably their biggest encounter of the year.
In a 2-hour 28 minute contest, Djokovic overcame Nadal in four sets, winning his first Wimbledon title. They met for a second consecutive final at the US Open , a rematch of the final from the previous year, in which Nadal had prevailed.
Djokovic won his third Grand Slam title of the year, overcoming Nadal again in four sets. The pair met 4 times, all in finals, with Nadal winning three of the four encounters and Djokovic winning only one, which was a Grand Slam final.
Djokovic won the Australian Open final after an epic five-set battle vs. The match lasted 5 hours 53 minutes, the record for the longest match in a Grand Slam final in the open era.
At the end of the match, both players were so exhausted they could not stand for the trophy presentation. Nadal called it "the greatest loss in his career" and "the best match he ever played".
Djokovic also commented on the match, saying this was a moment he would never forget, and considered it a career-defining victory for himself.
Djokovic and Nadal met again in the Monte—Carlo Masters final. This time, Nadal won his eighth consecutive title after defeating Djokovic in two sets.
It was the first time since November that Nadal had beaten Djokovic. They had met in seven finals from January to January , all of which Djokovic won.
The pair met again in the Rome Masters final at the Foro Italico where Nadal defeated Djokovic in straight sets and regained the trophy he has won 5 times before.
Djokovic was the defending champion. The fourth battle of the year came at the French Open final. For the second time in tennis history, two opposing tennis players played four consecutive Grand Slams finals against each other.
This was a match of historic proportions as either Nadal would have broken Björn Borg 's record of six titles at the French Open or Djokovic would have become the first man since Rod Laver in to win four Grand Slams in a row.
Nadal eventually emerged victorious after 3 consecutive losses in Grand Slam finals, prevailing in 4 sets after multiple rain delays that forced the final to be concluded on the following Monday afternoon.
With this victory, Nadal became the most successful tennis player at the French Open, winning seven French Open titles.
Djokovic and Nadal contested the Monte Carlo final for the third time, but this was their first meeting since the French Open final , and this was the twelfth time in the last thirteen occasions in which they met in the championship match.
At the French Open Nadal came in as seven-time champion and was drawn in the same half Djokovic, made possible by his 3rd seed. Nadal won the French Open after beating Djokovic in the semifinal and Ferrer in the final.
His semifinal clash with Djokovic was widely considered one of the greatest clay court matches ever played, and Nadal was 2 points away from victory in the 4th set but was denied by Djokovic and taken to a fifth set where he went down a break 4—2 only to break back and ultimately triumph 9—7 and take out a hard-fought 4-hour, minute victory.
It was a unique encounter in that it was almost the mirror opposite  of the almost six-hour Australian Open final they contested where Djokovic was leading Nadal 2—1 sets and was 2 points away from victory in the 4th set only for Nadal to come back and win the 4th set in a tiebreaker and go up a break in the 5th set.
In exactly the same fashion the player leading by a break in the 5th set committed a hauntingly uncharacteristic error Nadal missed an easy backhand pass at 30—15, 4—2 in the fifth in Melbourne, while Djokovic ran into the net after hitting a what would have been a clean winner at 4—3 in the fifth in Paris only to spark a momentum shift for their opponent to break back and ultimately win the match — Djokovic broke back to win the Australian Open final 7—5, while Nadal broke back to win the French Open semifinal 9—7.
Nadal suggested that it was almost "poetic justice" that he won this match after losing their brutally epic encounter in Australia.
This was only the second time Nadal had been pushed to five sets at the French Open in 9 years The first being against John Isner in the 1st round of the French Open and he remains unbeaten in 5-set encounters on clay.
Djokovic and Nadal met again at the Montreal Masters semifinals, with Nadal prevailing in three sets. The match showed Nadal's fighting spirit, as he clawed down from 0—2 at a set apiece, and from 4—4, 0—40 on his own serve.
He would take the title to beat Djokovic for the sixth time out of seven meetings. Continua a leggere. By Tommaso Villa. By Massimo D'Adamo. Focus 2 ore fa.
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And I believe that gets in the head of opponents. They instill fear. And yet, year after year, the same message echoes: the depth is increasingly greater, a threat from a lower-ranked player that much more likely, the weaknesses among the Top surely less pronounced.
How, then, are Federer, Nadal and Djokovic able to remain so much better and continue to win these tournaments year after year?
Perhaps they too are witnesses to their own genius, keen to regard their achievements with awe, insight and appreciation.
Just ask them. If you do, I don't know, you must have so much talent and parents and the coaches that push you from the age of three on, who think you're like a project.
Total disaster. Novak Djokovic will serve for the Wimbledon title next. He gets his wish when Rafa comes in to put away a volley to hold to love and take the third set.
Where will this match take us next folks? The next couple of games might give us a clue or two on where Novak's head is right now. Rafa will be just thinking one thing: that he is going to win.
Another one loops wide and that is two more break-points. He saves the first with a drop-shot then easy put-away, and a big serve gets him back to deuce.
Panic over? Nope, because he is getting out-gunned from the baseline now too, finding the net after a lengthy rally. That's a third break-point, and he compounds this mini-slump with his first double-fault of the match.
Rafa to serve for the third set next. He holds with ease, but that is probably because Djokovic is keeping his powder dry for another offensive in the fourth set.
He needed it at the start of the third set as he has been completely dominated but he has put that behind him and made the best possible start to the set.
No stopping Djokovic at the moment. Not even two Rafael Nadals could live with him right now - he fires down another forehand winner, making it 22 in all so far, and wraps up the set to love.
Nadal not at his best yet though, this is by no means over. Padster77 on Twitter: "Good first set by Djokovic, settled very well. Nedds to maintain that now.
Formula One driver Heikki Kovalainen on Twitter: "Nadal going to win today, Djokovic grunting too much, should save energy hitting the ball.
I saw Rafa practicing earlier, and his power is frightening close up. Djokovic will get a good view from the other side of the net. Novak then whinging that 3 weeks ago he broke his toe and hasn't been right since.
Seems the done thing these days! Djokovic calls heads Rafa chooses to receive, and the pair of them begin their warm-up.
A few final preparations and they will be good to go. If you are watching it wearing a pair of those natty specs, then please let us know what you think.
One of them will make the return journey as Wimbledon champion. I need to be physically ready, which I am. He's got number one tomorrow which is for an absolutely phenomenal performance.
I thought he was going to slide down the rankings but he has improved his game by a good 10 per cent and that at this level is a huge amount, they are the number one and two players in the world and deserve to be out there.
Has he got a chance of victory? He trails in previous meetings but he has won all four of their matches this year.
The sun has gone in but this is still a perfect day for tennis. Pretty much the perfect match in store too, with the defending Wimbledon champion up against the new world number one.
Give this page a manual refresh and we will begin I will tweet away throughout the final and there will be all manner of reaction to this match and Wimbledon as a whole on the BBC Sport website tonight and tomorrow.
Although you should really all be doing some work. Eyes down for a five-set thriller? The general feeling seems to be Rafa in four or five.
Nadal won the title last year so can only maintain the same total, Djokovic has improved on last year's semi-final run and so adds points.
As Andy Murray said the other day, if you lose one match between January and July, you deserve to be number one. Todd Martin: "Novak has a very clear idea of playing Rafa by playing very aggressively and not giving him a chance to dictate.
It is the best way of playing and he is the one player who has had an answer to Nadal over several years.
He is next to Nadal as the most physical guy out there. He's not full of muscle like his opponent but he has better balance and his biggest weapon is that he can hurt Nadal with his backhand and forehand.
He has repositioned himself closer to the baseline and that has cut down the reaction time to playing Nadal's shots. Henman on Nadal: "What always impresses me is how well he plays with room for such a small margin of error.
It seems relatively low-risk tennis but his serve is very effective being a leftie, and thanks to that it gives him the chance to dominate with his forehand.
His defensive skills are unbelievable and he moves great. The serve is maybe the biggest thing - he has straightened it out as he had been having problems with that for about a year and a half.
If rafa wins but still moves down to No. Not sure Rog would agree with that, but I'm not getting in between two legends.
All interesting stuff.