The second seed Rafael Nadal of Spain and sixth seed Novak Djokovic of Serbia (Belgrade) will face each other in the Semi – Finals of the Men’s French Open 2007. Nadal beat Carlos Moya in straight sets 6-4, 6-3, 6-0. Carlos Moya had won the grandslam in 1998. However, the 20-year-old and the third Serb, to reach the men’s single semi-finals, Djokovic, defeated Igor Andreev 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 in the quarterfinals. Both players have dominated the court playing some superb tennis and are considered as the leading contenders in the men’s singles at this year’s event. Some critics do believe that it’s hard for Djokovic to beat Nadal as he enjoys an upper hand of his previous records and performances. Moreover his game is not good enough to surpass Nadal. Nadal has bagged previous two French Open Grand slams. He is still unbeaten in Paris and despite being seeded two he would be aiming to win and become the first player to win a hat-trick of French Open. His groundstrokes, superb athleticism and stamina are a touch of class. He is the only men’s player who hasn’t dropped a set at the tournament this year. Novak Djokovic on the other hand has not tasted much of a success. His French Open record is not much to be boasted about, reached the second round in 2005 and advanced in quarter-finals of 2006 grand slam. He was acknowledged and recognized for his victory in the, Sony Ericsson Open in April. But his current form and vicious backhand shots are much talked about and could, surpass the opponent. In any game of sports things do change very quickly, conception and misconceptions do figure and major upsets, do occur. It’s just too early to conclude and infer any notion about the dominance, of the players.