Novak Djokovic vs Daniil Medvedev Odds & Info
|Game||Novak Djokovic vs Daniil Medvedev|
|Date & Time||Wednesday November 18, 2020, 3:00 PM (EST)|
Centre Court Centre Court, London, England
At the 2020 ATP Finals in London, Daniil Medvedev from Russia is set to face Novak Djokovic from Serbia.
Novak Djokovic enters this match having won his opening fixture in straight sets where he defeated Diego Schwartzman from Argentina. It was a comfortable win for Novak Djokovic as he won 89% of his service games and 4 return games. The receiving was very strong from Djokovic as he won close to 50% of his receiving points. It has been a strong season for Novak Djokovic and the Serbian superstar will be hoping he has what it takes to win the final tournament of the season.
On the other side of the coin, Daniil Medvedev has been in terrific form heading into this tournament. Medvedev won the Paris Masters prior to arriving in London where the Russian defeated the likes of Milos Raonic, Kevin Anderson, and Alexander Zverev. Medvedev also won his opening match as he defeated Alexander Zverev in straight sets. During the win, Medvedev won 90% of his service games and 3 return games. It is always tough to face Novak Djokovic but Medvedev, at his best, has the ability to defeat any player in the world. If Medvedev can fire, he will be very tough to beat.
Daniil Medvedev and Novak Djokovic have played each other 6 times in the past with Djokovic winning on 4 occasions and Medvedev winning twice. The most recent match between these two players was earlier in the season at the ATP Cup where Novak Djokovic won in 3 sets. Medvedev defeated Djokovic twice in 2019 at the Cincinnati Masters and Monte Carlo Masters while Djokovic won against the Russian at the Australian Open.
Free Tennis Pick:
Looking at this fixture, I am going to pick Daniil Medvedev to win this match. Djokovic has had a dip in form since the US Open but Medvedev has been firing since the start of the Paris Masters. This should be a close contest but I see Medvedev being good enough to win in 3 sets.