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Novak Djokovic meeting in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open 2023 Andrei Rublev. The match will be broadcast live from 9:30 a.m. on TV and live on ServusTV (Austria) and Eurosport (Germany) and in our live ticker.

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A Rublev – N Djokovic 1-6, 2-6, 0-2

And the Djoker confirms the break without major problem. The favorite does nothing here. It’s hard to imagine he could still endure that.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1-6, 2-6, 0-1

But then it happened! The Djoker shows with his body language that he wants to finish the match in three sets and also reinforces it with performance. The favorite gets the break!

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1-6, 2-6, 0-0

And Rublev got off to a very difficult start. He cannot rely on his first serve and immediately faces two break points. With a bit of luck, however, he can still fend them off.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1-6, 2-6

And so it is at the end. With a bit of effort, Djokovic got that second set in the last match. It will be very exciting to see how the two come out of the break.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:6, 2:5

The breakball is blocked, but a set of Djoker is too. It’s about beginnings again and again. Even if this game ends with Djokovic winning, Rublev will do just fine.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:6, 2:5

One had the feeling that Andrey Rublev had already ticked off at least that second sentence in his head. But some frustration shots actually find the target and the Russian suddenly pulls the breakball out of nowhere.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:6, 2:5

There is a back and forth of emotional outbursts at this point. Now we see one like that with Andrey Rublev conceding the break here and loudly acknowledging it. When he changes sides, he holds a non-stop monologue with himself. You can see that this sport is decided largely in the head.

A. Rublev – N. Djokovic 1: 6, 2: 4

The Djoker gets the service game here after a lot of effort. Rublev is unsure what to do with his frustration and complains to the referee about the long interval between serves.

A. Rublev – N. Djokovic 1: 6, 2: 3

What a rally! Rublev had breakball again and can hardly play it better at this time. Djokovic fights for every inch and holds his own in the rallies. By shouting loudly, he can end up taking stock of the forehand and fending off the breakball.

A. Rublev – N. Djokovic 1: 6, 2: 3

Djokovic takes a long time before the service and successfully. With a good first, he can fend off the breakball.

A. Rublev – N. Djokovic 1: 6, 2: 3

And now there is actually the breakball for Andrey Rublev, who puts a great return on the line and thus forces Djokovic to make a mistake.

A. Rublev – N. Djokovic 1: 6, 2: 3

You don’t see this very often either. The two deliver a great rally, which Djokovic actually dominates towards the end. Suddenly, despite the stadium, there is a strong gust of wind which carries the ball and pushes the Djoker to the fault. The Serbian then cries to the sky and argues with the god of tennis.

A. Rublev – N. Djokovic 1: 6, 2: 3

It’s the break ! Rublev is actually good in rallies and puts a lot of pressure with his forehand. Djokovic, on the other hand, shows superb footwork and reaches the ball so quickly that he can backhand his flat opponent.

A. Rublev – N. Djokovic 1: 6, 2: 2

Now it becomes very risky again for Rublev, who is faced with three break points after a forehand error.

A. Rublev – N. Djokovic 1: 6, 2: 2

Djokovic responds with a flawless service game. The Djoker performs his service at high speed and without losing points.

A. Rublev – N. Djokovic 1: 6, 2: 1

Rublev is now bringing his serve for the second time. Meanwhile, Djoker unloads a little frustration on his box. Presumably, only the Serbian himself knows where exactly this is coming from because so far things are going pretty well for the favourites.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1-6, 1-1

Djokovic serves a service winner on the second serve at the start, in which he kicks the outside just over the line. Rublev shrugs his shoulder almost desperately. It seems for the moment that the Russian does not know how to break the djoker here.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1-6, 1-0

It will be good for Rublev, who struggled to serve in the first set. He designs this service game very clearly in his favor. Of course, it helps that he didn’t have to go through the second serve once.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:6

And the favorite here can no longer be removed. Strong serve outside the Djoker, which goes up immediately and can close the sentence.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:5

At the start, Rublev has good chances to recover the break ball, but he misses the smash and there is now a set ball for Djoker.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:5

Andrey Rublev, however, cannot use his first breakball. The Russian recovers a service winner from the favourite.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:5

It was unpredictable! Djokovic serves here after a solid first round to win the set, but now has the breakball against him.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:5

Well yes ! There is the break for the Djoker, who can attack rallies with a nice comeback and acts under pressure. For Rublev, on the other hand, there is nothing to gain in this phase.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:4

Djokovic waves annoyed. He has the breakball again but puts an easy forehand but miles behind the baseline. It could have been the double break for the Serb.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:4

With good serves, the Russian can break free again and make his debut. Can Rublev stay here, in this first set?

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:4

Third service game from Andrey Rublev, for the third time there is breakball. Djokovic returns well and Rublev is caught off guard.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:4

It’s just too confident how the Djoker behaves here at the start. Andrey Rublev had so far been unable to threaten the favorite and so Djokovic quickly made it 4-1.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1:3

After a forehand error by Rublev, Djokovic recovers the break ball again and the Serb then gets this break “as a gift”. Rublev double faults himself on the breakball of all things.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1-2

Rublev serves very well at the start and you can tell the Russian needs it too. Because if Djokovic pulls off a clean comeback here, it will be difficult for the Russian, who now has to make a debut with his own serve.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1-2

Djokovic really puts the pressure on his backhand and lets Rublev slip away. The Djoker makes it 2:1 without too much difficulty. So far, the Serbian has made a somewhat secure impression in this initial phase.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 1-1

And Rublev turns the game in his favor here, holding serve. It may be important from the Russian’s point of view that he doesn’t have to chase the break right here.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 0:1

However, Rublev played a solid game, playing a short backhand with a good angle at the right time and progressing offensively.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 0:1

Djokovic looks very variable today, keeps throwing the slice, which he doesn’t play often. Success proves him right, he now has breakball here.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 0:1

For the first time it’s a long rally here and here the two shoot the ball right around the ears for an extremely long time. In the end, Rublev comes out on top.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 0:1

The longer rally only lasts four strokes in this service game. A lot has to do with the serve at the start and that brings Djokovic up 1-0.

A Rublev – N Djokovic 0-0

Let’s step into the game and it starts with a very unusual beginning. Novak Djokovic starts his serve and immediately commits a double fault.

It’s about to begin!

With a little delay, the two actors enter the field. Everything is done and after a short warm-up phase it can finally start!

100% in time?

Novak Djokovic’s hamstring injury has been a hotly debated topic in Melbourne. In the glamorous three-set victory against Alex De Minaur, the Djoker declared that he was not suffering for the first time in this tournament. The Serbian’s performance confirmed that, as he didn’t give the home hero any chance. In this form it will be difficult to stop the Djoker.

emotional thriller

What a match Andrey Rublev delivered in the round of 16! He prevailed against youngster Holger Rune in five sets and not only saved two match points but also made it 0:5 in the deciding tie-break. With his strength exhausted and tears in his eyes, Andrey Rublev rightly let himself be celebrated afterwards and wants to take that momentum with him today.

Warm welcome!

Hello and hello to the Australian Open 2023! Slowly but surely, Melbourne is on the home stretch. To wrap up today, the final semi-finalist will be sought when Andrey Rublev challenges nine-time champion Novak Djokovic. The game will start around 9:30 a.m.

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Meeting at the Australian Open in the quarterfinals: Novak Djokovic and Andrey Rublev

The highest rated quarterfinal match in the Australian Open 2023 men’s main draw is Novak Djokovic vs Andrey Rublev. While the Russian had his hands full with Denmark’s Holger Rune in the round of 16, the Serb went on nonstop in the round of 16 against Australia’s Alex de Minaur.

Current odds for this game can be found here!

In the face to face of the two players of the top 10, there is only 2 to 1 for the Belgradois. Djokovic clearly won the last encounter 6:4, 6:1 at last year’s ATP Finals group stage in Turin.

Djokovic vs Rublev – where there is a live stream

The match between Novak Djokovic and Andrey Rublev will be broadcast live from 9:30 a.m. on television and live on ServusTV (Austria) and Eurosport (Germany).

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