Rafael Nadal vs. Novak Djokovic: Watch Free Live Stream Online Of French Open 2013 Semifinals [PREVIEW]
On Friday morning tennis fans will get to see the men's tennis match that they hoped for during the 2013 French Open when Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will meet in the semifinals. This is a rivalry game against two of the best players to ever step foot on the tennis court and it is all going down on Friday morning. You can watch the match on your television on ESPN or the tennis channel. However, if you are unable to watch the 2013 French Open semifinal match on TV, you can watch the live stream for free by clicking here.
A great case could be made for why either Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic will win this match on Friday morning. Nadal is the king of clay and has only lost once in his career at Roland Garros. Even though he has had injury issues in the past, he is seemingly back to 100 percent which puts the rest of the tennis world on high alert.
On the other hand, Djokovic is a very durable tennis player who has arguably been the most consistently dominant player in the game today.
If Rafael Nadal is truly back to 100 percent, then he should easily defeat Djokovic to advance to the French Open 2013 finals. Nadal is the king of clay and when he is 100 percent, he plays tennis just about as good as anyone ever has.
Not to discredit Djokovic or anything that he has accomplished in the sport recently, but he is just not on Nadal's level when playing on clay. That's not to say that Djokovic is not a future hall of famer someday, because he just may be. However, Nadal is a once in a lifetime tennis player. We may never see anyone as talented as him ever step foot onto a tennis court again. But everything hinges on just how truly healthy he is.
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