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However, as I said in the first article, more appropriate matches would be Serena Williams vs. I have imagined it quite a few times and if the matches were to happen, here are the outcomes I would expect. NOVAK DJOKOVIC In the match-up of Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic, I am not too sure if Novak Djokovic would come out on top handily.
He might if Serena would have one of those rough days. This would perhaps be the most interesting of all the match-ups considering that both players can defend well, can hit through their opponents and return well. In a best-of-three, I would go with Serena, although Djokovic would have an equal chance of taking it, but I stick with Serena. ROGER FEDERER In the match-up of Victoria Azarenka and Roger Federer, I don’t think that Azarenka would have enough to trouble the Swiss.
This is in no way to belittle Azarenka, just my own opinion of how things would turn out. ANDY MURRAY Maria Sharapova and Andy Murray would be tricky, considering the power-based game of Sharapova and the more of a defensive game of Andy Murray (consider this I did not say completely defensive).
This would also come down to who is hitting more consistently.
Overall, for one reason or another, the games are different, but that does not mean that one is better than the other.
Difference is the spice of life, and it is difference that makes things interesting.
How do you see the potential matches between the players if they happen?
In addition, she was the runner-up of the singles event at the 2010 French Open, defeating four-time champion Justine Henin, World No. There she started playing tennis, when she was given a racquet for Christmas at the age of eight.
Omair is continuing his series of comparing Top 3 WTA players to the ATP Top 3.
Before digging into the actual numbers to contrast the two tours, Omair is comparing the general sporting characteristics of men and women and the styles of WTA No.1, No.2 and No.3 players to their respective ATP colleagues.
A reader pointed out that women’s tour is more elegant, delicate as compared to men. Can you imagine Serena Williams acing Novak Djokovic, Victoria Azarenka outhitting Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova outlasting Andy Murray?
I, for one, would love to see an encounter of Serena Williams and Roger Federer, not to determine who is better, just to see how they match up with each other. Have you ever wondered or have you ever wanted to see these players challenging each other?