The four-time Wimbledon champion sailed into the semi’s with a succession of dominant displays and faces 31-year-old Roberto Bautista-Agut whose previous-best finishes at SW19 were a pair of fourth-round appearances in 2015 and 2017. Djokovic has won 4 of his 5 matches so far in this year’s tournament in straight sets, dropping only one set to Hubert Hurkacz in the third round.
RBA came into Wimbledon with his stag party booked for the latter part of the second week, ‘’I had planned to be in Ibiza right now,’’ the Spaniard said, after beating Guido Pella for a spot in the semi-finals. That quote should provide plenty of confidence for a 3-0 scoreline. Enjoy the stag Robbie! Don’t do anything we wouldn’t!
This will be the first meeting at Wimbledon between the pair since their heroic 2008 final, which Nadal won 9-7 in the decider. The legendary duo have met three times at SW19, with Federer winning two of the three finals. Nadal has looked razor sharp on the grass surface over the past two weeks, losing only one set and having been broken only twice through five rounds of action. This won’t be a whitewash victory for the Spaniard but we expect him to come through this clash and we reckon he’ll get it done in four sets so we’re on the 3-1 to Rafa @ 7/2.