Novak Djokovic vs. Stefanos, Extended Highlights From First-Ever Match

Novak Djokovic vs. Stefanos, Extended Highlights From First-Ever Match

Sunday's 2021 French Open men's last will feature the new and more established ages in men's tennis. 34-year-old Novak Djokovic and individual from the game's 'Enormous Three' will require on 22-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas and one of the broadly promoted 'Cutting edge' players, who will play in his first vocation Grand Slam last. The pair confronted each other finally year's French Open elimination round where Djokovic defeated a five-set triumph. 

Djokovic halted Rafael Nadal's offered for a fourteenth French Open title when he won an epic, four-hour long elimination round on Friday. It was only Nadal's third misfortune in 108 profession matches at the earth court competition he's ruled his whole vocation. Djokovic lost to Nadal in straight sets, in last year's French Open last. 

Tsitsipas crushed 6th seed Alexander Zverev in five sets in his Friday elimination round match, to turn into the primary Greek part in history to arrive at a Grand pummel last. Tsitsipas is as of now the most youthful player to have crushed each of the three players from the Big Three. 

In the event that Djokovic is to beat Tsitsipas, it would be his nineteenth triumph in 29 Grand Slam last debuts, and it would offer him to possible chance to surpass both Federer and Nadal this season, with Wimbledon and the US Open actually left on the year's schedule. That, yet Djokovic could join Rod Laver and Roy Emerson as the lone men in tennis history to win every one of the four significant competitions in any event twice, something neither of his Big Three adversaries have done. 

The last happens on Sunday at 9:00 p.m. ET at Philippe-Chatrier Court in Paris. CBS Sports has you covered with the entirety of the live features,