Novak Djokovic came from a set down to beat Gael Monfils to book his place in the final, while Stefanos Tsitsipas got the better Britain’s Dan Evans in the other semi-final. This will be just the fifth meeting between Djokovic and Tsitsipas, with their current head-to-head rivalry level at 2-2.
What has been said?
Djokovic on Tsitsipas: “He’s one of the leaders of the new generation. He’s now established [as a] Top 5, Top 10 player of the world.
“He is a hard worker, dedicated, very charismatic guy, nice guy. He has a lot of talent, a lot of passion for the sport, for the game.
“I think he’s fantastic for our sport, not just the way he plays but his charisma, his character, the way he behaves.
“He’s a really nice guy to have for tennis. It’s anybody’s game really.”
Tsitsipas on Djokovic: “I just respect him a lot. I come in knowing that it’s not your regular guy.
“You just have to give more than usual. My attention span has to be there.
“I can see the bright side of having a positive record. I’m going to try and stay humble. I’m doing well. I’m doing my job correctly. I should continue everything the way I do it.
“It’s great having a positive record against Novak. I don’t know if it helps or not, but I obviously want more. That’s for sure.”
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