Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will meet for the 35th time on Friday in the semifinals of the French Open. Nadal leads 19-15 in this incredible rivalry winning 12 of their 15 matches on clay.
But Djokovic just won in Monte Carlo two months ago and thus far at the French Open he’s dropped just one set. And last year he came so close to pushing their French Open final to a fifth set but was denied of of the title he needs to complete the career Slam.
A winner of 26 straight matches at Roland Garros and 19 straight on the tour, Nadal’s play is rounding into form. After a slow start, he’s dominated both Kei Nishikori and today Stanislas Wawrinka this week.
In their first non-final meeting this decade, who’ll win?
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