Jimmy Arias: When Stan Wawrinka is at his best, he can defeat Novak Djokovic.

a half years.

Wawrinka, 37, has won three Grand Slam tournaments, and each of those victories was largely attributed to his backhand. Wawrinka twice prevailed over Novak Djokovic in Grand Slam finals. Wawrinka went for his shots in those two finals (2015 French Open, 2016 US Open), and Djokovic was unable to respond.

According to Sportskeeda, Arias remarked on Tennis Channel, “I went with Stan as well because of the 3 Majors and the fact that he really kills that backhand with amazing pace. “He’s the only player I’ve ever seen who can dominate Novak Djokovic in baseline rallies when he’s on.

When Stan was on in those finals, Djokovic‘s backhand was helpless against him.”

Wawrinka inspires Arias to name Dominic Thiem and Richard Gasquet.

Dominic Thiem, the 2020 US Open champion, was named by Arias as having the second-best one-handed backhand in the game, with Gasquet taking third place.

Arias continued, “Dominic Thiem again, big backhand from everywhere.” “Stan and Thiem fall behind in the points with their serve returns, and Richard Gasquet almost makes me think I should rank him higher because of his own.

I actually like Federer‘s the most because he’s the only returner with one hand that stays at least neutral. It’s great in many ways. Gasquet’s is a little bit better, he’s not as behind in points off his backhand return, which is why we’re going back we can’t say Federer.”

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Jimmy Arias: When Stan Wawrinka is at his best, he can defeat Novak Djokovic.

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