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Novak Djokovic, once more a shock, is unsure about his quarter towards Casper Ruud – rts.ch

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Novak Djokovic, once more a shock, is unsure about his quarter towards Casper Ruud – rts.ch

After affected by an damage to his proper knee, Novak Djokovic lastly managed to enter the quarter-finals of Roland-Garros, defeating Francisco Cerundolo from Argentina (ATP 27) in 5 units. He received 6-1 5-7 3-6 7-5 6-3 after enjoying 4h39′ and the Serb ought to face Casper Ruud within the quarter-finals if his knee permits him to take action.

After combating till the tip of the night time from Saturday to Sunday to get rid of the Italian Lorenzo Musetti within the third spherical, the Serbian had to make use of his assets extra to defeat Cerundolo. An damage to his proper knee severely restricted his efficiency after a simple first spherical victory.

The 25-year-old Argentine took benefit of the chance to win the subsequent two units towards Djokovic who was restricted in his strikes, and who at occasions appeared on the verge of giving up. But when trailing 4-2 within the fourth set, “Nole” regained momentum and made his opponent hesitate, earlier than going again to 2 units all the best way.

370 Grand Slam wins

It was at this level that the assembly turned absurd, with a break trade and a few of the greatest factors of the night time between the 2 males. But together with his expertise, Djokovic made a breakthrough to defeat Cerundolo 4-3, and Argentina lead 40-0.

A masterful last allowed the world No. 1 to safe his 370th Grand Slam victory, surpassing Roger Federer’s document. The reigning champion, Novak Djokovic will compete within the quarter-finals of Roland Garros, for the fifteenth yr in a row.

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