Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic head-to-head record

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Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are playing for the 41st time in the Wimbledon men’s singles final today and the winner will take the lead in their head-to-head record by 21 wins to 20.

In Grand Slams Djokovic won the most recent encounter in last years Wimbledon final (see the official Wimbledon channel highlights below) and they are tied with 6 wins each including 1 win each at Wimbledon. The full details of the Federer Djokovic head-to-head record is listed below.

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic head-to-head record

Federer and Djokovic are tied at 20 wins each

2015 Wimbledon Final ?
2015 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome Final Djokovic 64, 63
2015 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells Final Djokovic 63, 67 (5-7), 62
2015 Dubai U.A.E. Final Federer 63, 75
2014 ATP World Tour Finals London Final Djokovic Walkover
2014 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai Semis Federer 64, 64
2014 Wimbledon Final Djokovic 67 (7-9), 64, 76 (7-4), 57, 64
2014 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo Semis Federer 75, 62
2014 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells Final Djokovic 36, 63, 76 (7-3)
2014 Dubai U.A.E. Semis Federer 36, 63, 62
2013 ATP World Tour Finals London RR Djokovic 64, 67 (2-7), 62
2013 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Paris Semis Djokovic 46, 63, 62
2012 ATP World Tour Finals London Final Djokovic 76 (8-6), 75
2012 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati Final Federer 60, 76 (9-7)
2012 Wimbledon Semis Federer 63, 36, 64, 63
2012 Roland Garros Semis Djokovic 64, 75, 63
2012 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome Semis Djokovic 62, 76 (7-4)
2011 US Open Semis Djokovic 67 (7-9), 46, 63, 62, 75
2011 Roland Garros Semis Federer 76 (7-5), 63, 36, 76 (7-5)
2011 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells Semis Djokovic 63, 36, 62
2011 Dubai U.A.E. Final Djokovic 63, 63
2011 Australian Open Semis Djokovic 76 (7-3), 75, 64
2010 ATP World Tour Finals London Semis Federer 61, 64
2010 Basel Switzerland Final Federer 64, 36, 61
2010 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai Semis Federer 75, 64
2010 US Open Semis Djokovic 57, 61, 57, 62, 75
2010 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Canada Semis Federer 61, 36, 75
2009 Basel Switzerland Final Djokovic 64, 46, 62
2009 US Open Semis Federer 76 (7-3), 75, 75
2009 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati Final Federer 61, 75
2009 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome Semis Djokovic 46, 63, 63
2009 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami Semis Djokovic 36, 62, 63
2008 US Open Semis Federer 63, 57, 75, 62
2008 ATP Masters Series Monte Carlo Federer 63, 32 Retired
2008 Australian Open Semis Djokovic 75, 63, 76 (7-5)
2007 US Open Final Federer 76 (7-4), 76 (7-2), 64
2007 ATP Masters Series Canada Final Djokovic 76 (7-2), 26, 76(7-2)
2007 Dubai U.A.E. Quarter Finals Federer 63, 67 (6-8), 63
2007 Australian Open Round of 16 Federer 62, 75, 63
2006 SUI v. SCG WG PO Switzerland RR Federer 63, 62, 63
2006 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo R64 Federer 63, 26, 63

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  1. I looked at this match in great detail on the day prior. Everything looked so close between the two on paper but at the moment Djokovic is playing in a league of his own. It is his ability to find a way to win that is most impressive. In the first set of yesterday’s final Federer looked like he was going to steam roller his opponent until the time break and this gave Djokovic time to work the match out. I do find it a shame though that a player as good as Djokovic struggles to get the support of the fans in the same way that Federer and Nadal do.

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