Novak Djokovic the defending champion has started his mission for a fourth successive Wimbledon title after he got his victory in a hard-fought four-set against the South Korean Kwon Soon-woo.
Novak Djokovic just escaped a big scare as South Korean Kwon Soon-woo gave a tough time to a Serbian star. Djokovic just managed to avoid a possibly embarrassing first-round exit at Wimbledon. Because of some of the great skills of South Korean Soon-Woo. As he seemed determined to steal the show against the Serbian veteran player.
Serbia’s Tennis superstar does not seem to be stopping at all as he is ambitious more than ever to get his hands on a seventh title at SW19, which would make him just one behind Roger Federer who holds the men’s record.
Novak Djokovic earns a hard-fought win
Novak Djokovic won by 6-3 3-6 6-3 6-4 against the South Korean Kwon Soon-woo who forced the Serbian to play at his best level to earn the win.
Djokovic had a tough start early in the match as the South Korean Kwon made everyone on the court go shocking as Novak began with a 3-1 lead in the first set and Kwon managed to level it by 3-3 soon finding himself back in the game and Novak on the other end seemed far from his best and chances are it was because of not playing the warm-up event on grass which made him look like out of his touch. But Djokovic is always a player to look for in Wimbledon as he was rated a favourite even before the tournament began.
The records keep chasing the Serbian man as he after the win became the only player, be it man or woman to record 80 singles wins in all four Grand Slam tournaments.
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