Dominant Djokovic Advances to Australian Open Quarterfinals with Convincing Win Over Mannarino

Novak Djokovic gave an outstanding performance on Sunday to reach the Australian Open quarterfinals with a 6-0 6-0 6-3 victory against Adrian Mannarino.

Chasing a record 25th Grand Slam title, Novak in one hour and 44 minutes claimed a dominant victory. Last week he had a viral infection, On the court he was coughing a few times and breathing heavily between points,

Djokovic said “The first two sets were the best sets I’ve played in a while, “I wanted to lose that game in the third set because the tension was building up so much. I just needed to get that one out of my way so I could refocus on what I needed to do to close out the match.

Last year, Novak won three out of the four Grand Slam titles, surpassing Rafael Nadal with 24 titles in the all-time men’s singles Grand Slam winners list. In the upcoming quarter-final, he will face American Taylor Fritz, who defeated Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Novak told the press “I actually talked about it a few times that I while on top of the game, I don’t feel like leaving tennis. I feel like I want to keep going. When I feel that I am not able to compete then I’ll probably consider retiring. He added I am not a teenager anymore; I am a father and a husband. A lot of things are happening in my private life, that I enjoy, that require my attention, my presence, and my energy. I’m still really blessed to be where I am today.

Daniel Robert
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