Latest Tennis Results – Full main draw singles results from ATP & WTA Rome plus the upcoming order of play
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ATP Rome Results & Quick Hits
The scene is set for Episode 54 between World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and World No. 2 Rafael Nadal after they booked their places in the Rome Final.
It was comparatively easy for Nadal against Stefanos Tsitsipas, who continues to knock at the door. Tsitsipas overcame Nadal in Madrid, becoming the youngest player to beat the Spaniard on clay in Nadal’s career, but could not quite get over the line for the second time in as many weeks.
Djokovic found himself tested by his second Argentinian opponent in as many days, as he faced Diego Schwartzman, playing in his first Masters 1000 semi-final.
Nadal is in his second final of the season, and a 50th ATP Masters 1000 final, having yet to lift any kind of title this season – his longest drought to start a season since winning his first career in Sopot in August 2004.
Djokovic is in his third title this season and is looking to do the Madrid and Rome double on Sunday as he looks to win his fifth Rome title.
British No. 1 Johanna Konta keeps rolling on the clay. She achieved arguably her toughest victory to date on the dirt as she defeated Madrid champion and well established clay-courter Kiki Bertens in a three-set battle.
Konta had just about slid into 32nd place to secure a Roland Garros seeding by reaching the semi-final, but is set to jump back into the Top 30 (No. 26) just by reaching the final, and could finish World No. 22 going into Paris if she wins the title.
She will face Karolina Pliskova, who eased past a tiring Maria Sakkari. Pliskova has reached the quarter-finals or better at six of her last eight tournaments.
Rome has always been the best of the tour level clay court tournaments for Konta, and something seems to have clicked for her this year above all others in general on the surface, giving real confidence of a meaningful run at Roland Garros.
For Pliskova, this looks like a return to form after struggling with illness since Miami and she holds an impressive 5-1 lead in their head to head.
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