Novak Djokovic produced the goods when he needed to against Andy Murray, and now it is difficult to see how Stanislas Wawrinka will stop the world number one from winning his first French Open and with it complete a career Grand Slam.
Djokovic has been the best men's tennis player on the circuit this year by a country mile, and while he looked a little fallible against Murray in the semifinal, he also showed just why he is such a champion by turning it on in the all-important final set.
"It was a very difficult match, I started very well with the right intensity, I was solid and aggressive but then Andy found his confidence back," Djokovic said.
"The first game of the fifth set was very important. Then I broke and I started playing better."
Having played on Saturday, as the semifinal was pushed to women's singles final day by bad weather, Djokovic will have less rest compared to Wawrinka but considering the way the Serbian is playing at the moment, that should not be too much of a problem.
"It wasn't a physically easy match, that's for sure, but I think I will be fine for the finals," Djokovic said.
"Whatever rest I have in me -- whatever I have left in me I will put out on the court tomorrow, and hopefully it can be enough. We tend to run each other around and play a cat and mouse game, and it's tiring. It's exhausting to play him.
The only question will be if Wawrinka, who has won only three of their 20 meetings, can produce the kind of tennis that smoked Roger Federer in the quarterfinals and also overwhelmed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, particularly early, in the semifinal.
Even if Wawrinka plays top tennis, though, Djokovic should win if he continues in the same vein. Yes, Murray showed Djokovic can be put under pressure, but when it comes to the big points, there is no player who plays them better than the world number one.
"He is a machine, that's true," Wawrinka said of his opponent in the final. "For the time, no one has defeated him in the major tournaments.
"Before I'm on the court I'm thinking, what am I going to do to defeat him? I watch his matches. He wins easily ... A year ago in Australia he had won three matches in a row, and I was thinking, 'What am I going to do?'
"But the next thing to do is to play my best tennis, don't forget that my game is bothering the top players, and when I start and I'm in form, I can perhaps seize this opportunity to defeat them all."
Wawrinka did pretty well when he was the overwhelming underdog against Rafael Nadal in the 2014 Australian Open final, and the fact that Djokovic is expected to waltz through might just work in his favour.
"As far as I'm concerned, the fact that I did this before, I won a Grand Slam before, therefore it calms me down," the Swiss added. "Even though I'm nervous, I'm more tranquil. I know what I have to do to give myself as many opportunities as I can to win the match.
"I know that [Djokovic] is not always happy to play me when I can play my game. When I can play my aggressive game he's not feeling his best normally. So, I will have to focus on myself and try to bring my A-game."
Against Djokovic in this kind of form, though, even Wawrinka's A-Game might not be enough.
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Novak Djokovic vs Stan Wawrinka French Open 2015 Final is scheduled for a 3 pm local time (6.30 pm IST, 2 pm BST, 9 am ET) start. Live coverage of the final in India will be on Neo Sports and Neo Prime.
Viewers in the US can watch the big match live on NBC, with live stream option on NBC Sports Live Extra.