Novak Djokovic achieves unique feat in Australian Open

Novak Djokovic achieves unique feat in Australian Open

Novak Djokovic crushed Tomas Martin Etcheverry 6-3 6-3 7-6 (7-2)

After winning his 31st match in a row at the Australian Open on Friday. Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic accomplished a feat that is one of a kind.

Djokovic crushed Tomas Martin Etcheverry 6-3 6-3 7-6 (7-2) to arrive at the fourth round.

As per Opta, Djokovic is the second player to win in excess of 30 sequential Singles match. At the Australian Open in the Open Time after Monica Seles. (33 back to back wins somewhere in the range of 1991 and 1999).

Djokovic is on target to come out on top for his 25th Huge homerun championship. Which would take him in front of the unsurpassed record held by Australian Margaret Court.

He will confront France’s Adrian Mannarino or American Ben Shelton in the following round.

Djokovic had required four sets to beat both Dino Prizmic and Alexei Popyrin. In his initial two rounds in Melbourne however the 36-year-old searched in better structure against Etcheverry. He consistently found angles to prevent his opponent from moving and played some solid ground strokes from the deep.

“It was an extraordinary match, I think. The best presentation I had during this competition,” expressed Djokovic in his on-court interview. ” Clearly I’m satisfied with the manner in which I played all through the whole match, especially the initial two sets.

“He ventured it up, raised his degree of tennis likely. A couple of levels in the third set and we faced. In the tie-break I surmise I just tracked down the right shots.The right serves, and finished it off in straights.”

Etcheverry did well during his successes against Andy Murray and Gael Monfils.In straight sets this week in Melbourne yet the Argentine didn’t have many responses for Djokovic.

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