Wimbledon 2013: Novak Djokovic will beat Andy Murray in four sets

Wimbledon 2013: Novak Djokovic will beat Andy Murray in four sets

You can make strong arguments for both Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray in Sunday's Wimbledon final.

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Reno Manne says...

I have to comment on this one by Barry Cowan. Djokovic showed signs of cracking in that 5th set against Del Potro. He doesn't react well when the crowd favor his opponent or when he can't dictate play. Djokovic is playing at a high level no doubt about it. In the Del Potro match he was incredible in the way he was playing shots on defense and turning them into offensive shots. His speed and movement is incredible. Amazing foot work! Andy however has shown an ability to turn matches around. A will power and fight we haven't seen from him before. He wants it more than ever. He is much stronger mentally now than I have ever seen him before. He believes he can win this tournament. He knows he can beat Djokovic, he did it in New York at the Open. Djokovic will react to the crowd urging Murray on point after point. That will be a big factor in this Final...the crowd will play their part. If Murray can get an early lead in the first set Djokovic will become irritated with the crowd all cheering for Murray. That will be when the big points that Djokovic usually plays so well will be played with a little more pressure than he used to. If Murray starts this match well I can see Andy Murray winning in four sets. Sorry Barry don't agree with you, this is Andy Murray's year and Tennis is coming home! All that is left for me to say is simply this."COME ON ANDY"

Posted 02:10 7th July 2013

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