For the first time since 2009, a man other than Rafael Nadal Roland Garros leave the title at the French Open. The King of Clay discontinued on Sunday when Novak Djokovic and Stanislas Wawrinka in the finals in men. Djokovic, who will complete his career Grand Slam with victory finally beat Nadal at Roland Garros for the quarterfinals. His path does not disappear after the accident earlier than usual, because then needed five sets scattered two days to defend against Andy Murray. World ranking star is no stranger to his opponent, as the duo participated in classics in the past two years. Wawrinka leaves office Djokovic Nadal and Federer, but ousted Roger Federer, the only player besides Nadal to win the French Open in the last decade. Either Djokovic and Wawrinka will capture his first title at Roland Garros. If it is anything like their last meetings Australia, everyone will be better than comfortable for a long and exhausting suspense.
French Open Men's Final: Novak Djokovic vs. Stan Wawrinka
When: Sunday, June 7
Time (ET): 9 a.m.
Live Stream: NBC Sports Live Extra
Men's Final Preview
Djokovic dominated their overall matchups, going 17-3 against Wawrinka. Although they have never met at Roland Garros, the Serbian star has not lost against Wawrinka on clay since his first battle in 2006 that ended with withdraw because of respiratory problems.
However, the rivalry has won three marathons zest five sets in Melbourne. In 2013, Djokovic beat Wawrinka in a match that lasted over five hours. Wawrinka returned the favor the following year, from the back of rallying to win the quarterfinal match.
They met again to start the year 2015 with the drawing Djokovic in the semifinals table. The triple winner won the crown.
However, this success had not moved to Paris, where Wawrinka has not advanced beyond the quarterfinals before its effective implementation. On the heels of claiming his first title last year, he opened the French Open with a loss Round 1.
Even seems surprised by his final appearance, the Twitter page of Roland Garros:
Although Murray has sweat, Djokovic is mounted on a 28 straight games on Sunday with a record of 16-0 on clay this year. For the first time in six attempts, he finally defeated Nadal at Roland Garros.
This looks like a safe time to capture the glory in France.
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