Djokovic: It makes me think about the Australian Open

 Djokovic: It makes me think about the Australian Open


Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic admitted, during a press conference after his 3-0 victory over Australian Alex de Minor, in the eighth Australian Open Grand Final, that he had not thought about the possibility of achieving the title until tonight.


Djokovic won overwhelmingly 6-2, 6-1, 6-2 in a meeting that lasted two hours and six minutes, and he did not complain during the meeting about the muscle pain in the left leg that had plagued him since the start of the tournament.


The Serbian, who won the title 9 times before, said: "A week ago, I was not thinking about achieving the title, only about reaching good conditions for the next match. This night motivated me to think about it."


He added, "It was my best game this season. I am very happy with what I have done, bearing in mind that the matches are getting more difficult as the roles progress, and this motivates me to think about the title."


Serbian Novak Djokovic reached a record number of times to qualify for the quarter-finals by 13 times in Australia, equally with Australians Jack Crawford and Adrian Quest.


The Serbian, crowned with 21 Grand Slam titles, will play in the quarter-finals against the Russian Andrei Rublev, the world number six, who eliminated Denmark’s Holger Rohn in a strong confrontation in three sets for two 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 (9-9). 7) In a match that lasted 3 hours and 37 minutes.


The winner of this confrontation will face in the semi-finals the winner of the confrontation between the Americans Tommy Paul and Ben Shelton.      


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