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Novak Djokovic vs Alex de Minaur – Breakdown and Prediction

Marc Aspland/The Times/News Licensing/ABACAPRESS.COM

Novak Djokovic vs Alex de Minaur: Wimbledon – Quarterfinals

The seven-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic will take on Alex de Minaur for a spot in the semifinals in the tournament.

 

Novak Djokovic Profile

Novak Djokovic dropped from the top of the rankings after the French Open, and now he is second. The Serbian is 22-6 for the season and 4-0 on grass.

He is coming off a 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 win over Holger Rune in the round of 16. Earlier in the tournament, Djokovic defeated Alexei Popyrin, Jacob Fearnley and Vit Kopriva.

Djokovic has yet to win a title this season. His best result was the semifinal at the Australian Open, where he lost to Jannik Sinner, and he reached the same stage in Monte Carlo and Geneva.

Djokovic has won seven titles, including Wimbledon. Last year, he lost in the final to Carlos Alcaraz after winning the previous four editions.

 

Alex de Minaur Profile

Alex de Minaur is ninth in the ATP rankings, two spots lower than his career high. The Australian is 36-12 for the season and 7-1 on grass.

De Minaur is coming off a 6-2, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 win over Arthur Fils in the round of 16 match. Previously in the tournament he went past Lucas Pouille, Jaume Munar and James Duckworth.

De Minaur won two titles this season in Hertogenbosch and Acapulco and lost in the final in Rotterdam.

This is his first quarterfinal at Wimbledon.

 

Head-to-Head Djokovic leads 2-1

  • Djokovic vs De Minaur 7-5, 6-4 (2024 ATP Monte Carlo, quarterfinal)
  • De Minaur vs Djokovic 6-4, 6-4 (2024 United Cup)
  • Djokovic vs De Minaur 6-2, 6-1, 6-2 (2023 Australian Open, round of 16)

 

Prediction and Conclusion

Alex de Minaur has been one of the players who has made a lot of noise this season. He started the season by beating Djokovic at the United Cup, which was Djokovic’s first loss on Australian soil in nine years. De Minaur also made it to the quarterfinals at the French Open a month ago and has now done the same at Wimbledon. Djokovic was forced to retire at the French Open but decided to play at Wimbledon only 25 days after knee surgery. The 24-time Grand Slam champion is somehow on top of his game, and he will be playing the violin after another win tonight.

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