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5:  |2-1| NOVAK BREAKS THIEM! Sumptuous drop from Thiem. Thiem (@Eurosport_RU ) pic.twitter.com/yiPzX1sHOb. Oh wow, Djokovic stops the rally mid-point saying Thiem's forehand went long. RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the Dominic Thiem v Novak Djokovic game on TV and online. As far as Novak Djokovic is concerned, he just forces one to wonder what he is made of. By entering your details, you are agreeing to Radio Times privacy policy. Djokovic starts with a let. But perhaps these things even themselves out because after forcing a third break point, Thiem hits a backhand pass that cracks off the net and flies over Djokovic's head. The umpire says the mark is good, but hawk-eye shows it to be out. Just out from Novak. Now already he’s an established top-five, top-10 player,” said Djokovic. "I am very pleased with the victory, it changes the perspective of the tournament a little bit," said Nadal, who lost in the 2010 and 2013 finals. Thiem hits two barnstorming inside-in forehands for 30-30, but he falters with a backhand to allow Djokovic to move to 40-30. Thiem is two games away. That.is.magical. 15-15. Djokovic utilises the second serve really well on the backhand and forces Thiem wide with return and the Austrian rams his backhand into net. Djokovic's biggest victory of the year came when he won his 17th Grand Slam at the Australian Open in January and he goes into the ATP Finals having lost just three of his 42 matches … A service winner then makes it 30-15 - Thiem is two points from the final. Djokovic is the first to admit that the slick 26-year-old has successfully refined his game over the past 12 months to compete on all surfaces. Djokovic's forehand finds the net. Djokovic's biggest victory of the year came when he won his 17th Grand Slam at the Australian Open in January and he goes into the ATP Finals having lost just three of his 42 matches in 2020. At 40-0, Djokovic slices one wide before playing a forehand winner across the court. It was a quick, slice winner, to put it simply. 0-30 to Djokovic. Thiem, who looked all over the place in the first set, has bounced back in stellar fashion to win the next two. The current world No. B ig moments coming up again. Make that two in a row. Had this gone to Novak, a fifth was definitely in the making. Dominic Thiem v Novak Djokovic will take place on the morning of Sunday 2nd February 2020. Thiem almost had it covered, but hit the return just long. For the second time in this game, Novak loses the first serve by running the shot clock down. Two aces to close the first game. 15-40 to Thiem. Unforced error from Thiem as he shoots a forehand drive long. 3:  |0-4| BIG, BIG HOLD FROM THEIM! The 33-year-old Serb has finished the year as the top-ranked player for a sixth time, equalling the record set by American great Pete Sampras. Dominic Thiem is all set to take to the court for the first time in an Australian Open final and the third time in a Grand Slam final. 40-40. 30-30. 4:  |3-3| WHAT A HIGH QUALITY HOLD ROM THIEM! Despite the platitudes, Djokovic, 32, is banking on adding yet another chapter to his storied Melbourne Park career, and heads into the match with an extra day’s rest after dispatching an injured Roger Federer in his semi-final on Thursday. Djokovic believes again. He went fast and hard on the second serve and missed it by a whisker. No fans are allowed inside the near 18,000-seater arena because of coronavirus restrictions, meaning London cannot bid farewell to the tournament as it would have wished before it moves to Turin, Italy, next year. Two unforced errors from Thiem in the game, one from Djokovic. Big moments already here as Djokovic draws three errors to force a break point. It earns him a break point, but Djokovic saves it when a Thiem backhand is dragged wide by the wind. But the Austrian went for speed instead and missed the basline by a whisker. Thiem wins a thrilling rally which ends with both men at the net, before Djokovic moves to 40-30 with a sneaky serve-volley play. This time, from the centre of the court that rifles long. Here's the backhand winner on the stretch I was talking about: Thiem/@ThiemDomi /(@Eurosport_RU ) pic.twitter.com/BVd3gqLZNU. The Serb holds on. Djokovic is staying impressively calm after effectively being robbed of a point there. Oh, what a contest this has suddenly become. After sending Djokovic back with a great ground stroke but netted the volley on the approach. Then, Thiem ran across for a backhand pass attempt and Novak responded with by netting the volley. The lob from the Serb falls wide. Djokovic makes winning start to ‘strange’ World Tour Finals ; And feel free to email Tumaini or tweet @tumcarayol; LIVE Updated . Anyway, an angry looking Djokovic bangs down a flurry of big serves to hold to love. Djokovic though digs out the next two points to hold. Djokovic definitely looking zippier today than yesterday. Three of those were on his favoured clay, but he also came from a set down to beat the Serb on hardcourts at the ATP Finals in November. A love hold means Djokovic will serve to stay in the match for a second time. Thiem (@Eurosport_RU ) pic.twitter.com/oJVM1nniad. Two break points to Thiem as Djokovic misses another backhand slice, nets this one as well. THIEM BREAKS AGAIN TO GO UP A DOUBLE BREAK. Novak with a drop and Thiem responds with one of his own. Novak saves the break point with a huge serve to Thiem's forehand and then shooting down the line for a volley. Wow, that's some serious serving from the Serb as the Austrian has no chance on returning them. Oh, costly miss! Huge forehand and Thiem is late on the return as he hits it wide. If Thiem takes this, he'll be serving for the match. 30-30. 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What an excellent approach from Djokovic. Well that'll feel mighty good after botching his attempt to serve for the match. 15-15. “I made this huge step forward. Our best wishes for a productive day. 30-40 now. 0-15 as Thiem nails a spectacular down the line forehand for a winner. 40-30. He lets himself down here. That's just lacklustre from the defending champion. 15-15. The ball begins to dip at the baseline, putting the Serb off as he rams the cross forehand into the net. Thiem's body language has completely changed. “That victory gave me so much relief and so much confidence because finally I got my first Masters 1000 title on hardcourt,” he said. Novak Djokovic takes the fourth set 6-3 to make it 2-2 enforce the decider. Djokovic was a lot more focused at the restart, with conditions better but still cool and breezy, forcing Thiem to string exceptional shots together just to win points. An ace down to cap the set. 40-15. A netted backhand makes it 30-30 and has Thiem sensing a double break. Before the opening singles match, Novak Djokovic was presented with the trophy for finishing as the year-end world number one on the ATP Tour. 30-40. Shortly after though the sun came out and nobody could quite understand why it had been suspended. How about this for a turnaround? Had Thiem taken one of them, he would have been serving for the match. "Have you ever played tennis?," Djokovic asks. 4:  |3-2| DJOKOVIC WITH A WONDERFUL HOLD! Djokovic is 6-4 in their career head-to-heads, but Thiem has won four of the last five. Set point no. Thiem is clearly feeling the heat of the occasion. Djokovic, in the centre of the court, rams the backhand into the net. Djokovic bottles the game by bottling the forehand. 0-15 as Thiem's forehand is a little too strong on that occasion. The match will take place from 8:30am UK time . He is moving better, faster and looks more calm and composed. Rublev showed his annoyance at his performance by thumping his racquet against the court and more woe came the 23-year-old's way when Nadal broke in the opening game of the second set. He sends a backhand into the tramlines though, and it's deuce. Djokovic has stepped up his game big time and the pressure of that is starting to reflect in Thiem's game as he squanders a down the line backhand whip. 15-15 as Djokovic mistimes a cross-court forehand. There you go, Thiem. A long Djokovic forehand has Thiem three points from victory at 0-15. An Ace past Thiem's forehand. 3:  |1-4| DJOKOVIC IS FINALLY ON THE BOARD! Break point to Thiem now with a cracking down the line, forehand winner. Game, set and match! First time he did it, Novak won the set. Thiem nets the next service return and that was a quick game. Djokovic then drags a backhand well wide and it's three break points for Thiem at 0-40. Thiem's serve is too quick and wide for Djokovic to return. 40-30. US Open champion Thiem won 7-6 (7-5) 4-6 6-3 at an empty O2 Arena. 30-30 as Djokovic nets two regular backhands. A crisp down the line backhand to close the game. 5:  |5-3| NOVAK HOLDS! 30-30. “I don’t think he’s really anymore ‘next generation’ He’s been around for many years. Covers good ground, lines himself up and drills a monstrous down the line, forehand winner. 4:  |1-1| THIEM HOLDS! I thought ATP Cup went really well for me, got a lot of hours spent on the court, singles and doubles,” said the 16-time Grand Slam winner. This was. But the Austrian, remarkably, is the one with the recent edge. Get your daily dose of Sportstar with handpicked stories delivered right to your inbox! The FFT flatly denied such claims and said that both men agreed to suspend the match because the forecast for the next couple of hours was so bad. Shocker of a miss. Poor on the second serve, has Thiem been on the night so far as Djokovic forces another error from Thiem with a a great service return. Even a player of Novak's class cannot return it over the net. A little callous from Thiem as he throws away a 40-0 advantage by hitting a cross-court forehand wide. Both men found their rhythm from the start in strong service games, leading to a tie-break which Thiem nicked after fighting back from 5-3 down with four successive points. Now it'll be Djokovic's turn to serve into the wind. Djokovic makes it 30-0 with an inside out winner of his own. He saves a break point, virtually a match point, to keep himself i the hunt. No injuries so to speak, but seems the lack of energy. Alerts: Get tennis news sent to your phone, Love Island and basketball star Ovie Soko. Another unforced error from Thiem, who probably played the worst game of the set. It looks like the conditions are a lot kinder after that rain delay, and you would imagine that would favour Djokovic. Thiem's forehand clips the net nd falls short. It should be 0-40 but instead it's 15-30. Find your nearest court and learn the basics with our guide. Djokovic with less of a look-in this returning game, as some heavy Thiem serving steers him to a hold to 15. Two break points for Novak. Now, Djokovic can come out refreshed and try and turn this match around in more favourable climes. Deuce! Can Thiem take the chance? Quiz: What can you remember about London hosting the ATP Finals? Novak wins his first game of the set with a cross-court backhand winner. Adv to Novak. 40-15 to Dom after he pulls off another scintillating down the line backhand for a winner. Deuce. Djokovic edges a long, tense rally when Thiem pushes a backhand long. Oh and he's certainly sensing it now as a Thiem lob is caught by the wind and flies out of Djokovic's reach. Tries to go for the glory again with his down the line backhand, but mistimes it and hits it waywide. 1:  |5-4| Stabilising game for Novak as he holds with ease. 2:  |2-4|THIEM HOLDS AND STAYS AHEAD! The Austrian shot it long. This game is almost seven minutes long now. "Djokovic has been drawn in a tough group in the eight-man tournament, with Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev and Diego Schwartzman for company. It’s absolutely his comfort zone here,” he said. Top-spin and the ball died down on Thiem, who had no chance to return that. ADV to Novak. One, two but not three. Next on Chatrier is the women's final, which you can follow with me here. Thiem challenges but it's a futile one. There were accusations that Djokovic, who is trailing 6-2, 3-6, 3-1, pushed for the match to be held over because of how badly he was struggling to deal with the wind. He was comfortably beaten in straight sets 12 months ago but is improving all the time and defeated Nadal on clay for a fourth successive season in Barcelona in April. Djokovic is back in seemingly unbeatable mood, repelling everything Thiem has and drawing a couple of mistakes for 30-40. Two back-to-back poor returns. Djokovic nets a forehand to absolutely gift Thiem the break. Deuce #1. Thiem continues to fight. 30-0. Get your gears turning with hundreds of puzzles, with new ones added each week - and enjoy a seven day free trial! Easy hold for Djokovic as his serve, deep to Thiem's forehand, is too good for the Austrian. (@Eurosport_RU ) pic.twitter.com/m1CUchENvC. Deuce. His only real hiccup, if you want to call it that, was in the first set against Federer, but the Serb bailed himself out to take the first and the next two. To continue enjoying Sportstar, you can turn off your adblocker or subscribe to Sportstar Plus. It's break point Thiem, but Djokovic saves it with a big first serve. The players are due on court in the next few minutes. Novak does so well to cover gigantic amount of ground with insanely good footwork, but gets the last cross-court backhand wrong by just hitting it wide. Novak Djokovic serving for the match. But the resilient Dom, the Giant Killer, is far from giving up. Deuce no. Deuce. Djokovic will serve to stay in the third set. And knocking up. What time is the Australian Open final? The fifth the final set is here. Thiem saves this breakpoint. 13 winners, just 4 unforced errors and he's right back in it, is Djokovic. 30-30. In between times Djokovic has a couple of game points, but a netted forehand gives Thiem a second set point. 40-30. Novak Djokovic beats Dominic Thiem 6-4, 4-6, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 to lift the 2020 Australian Open title. Make that one point, as another service winner brings up 40-15. He is supremely fit and regarded as one of the fastest movers on court, with a one-handed backhand that generates heavy spin and a power-packed forehand. Thiem is throwing everything at his opponent though, and he eventually saves a break point with a backhand that dribbles over the net. Makes it 40-15 with a superb half volley at the net. “All I can do is my best again, play great tennis again, and of course take a look at the last matches we had... try to repeat the good stuff that I did there.”. NOVAK HOLDS AS THIEM GOES LONG WITH HIS RETURN. It's break point Djokovic. 15-0. 30-15. Set point to Novak as Thiem's top-spin forehand down the line shoots long. Well, that was some game from Thiem. “It’s just a matter of one match here and there that can potentially give him a Grand Slam title, that he can actually get in the mix of top three in the world,” he added. Djokovic went for a quick break at the end of the set, but we're now back under way. 30-30. So we wait. What an astounding second serve under pressure from the seven-time Australian Open champions. What a volley from Novak and then moved left to cover Thiem's favourite shot, backhand down the line. Novak's backhand across the court smashes into the middle of the net.

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