Djokovic punished Bedene between some booing and met Schwartzman


Novak Djokovicthe number one in the world, continues to win almost without a hitch Roland Garrosthis Friday he defeated the Slovenian Aljaz Bedene (195) of 6-3, 6-3 and 6-2 in an hour and 44 minutes and will be measured in the round of 16 with the Argentine Diego Schwartzmann.

Djokovic did not take any wrong steps in a Philippe Chattier who booed him at some point as he celebrated, already in the third set and nearing the end of the match, saving a ‘break’ ball against Bedene.

Five years later, the Serb will face the uncomfortable Schwartzman at Roland Garros, which he beat in the third round in 2017 in five sets.

At the foot of the track and in a good mood, the Serbian acknowledged that “perfection doesn’t exist”, although he pointed out that he always tries to be “close” to it.

“Playing aggressively, like my character, isn’t always possible, but I’m really good now,” he said.

Djokovic, winner of 20 Grand Slam titlesless one than Nadal, returned to express himself in French, a language he had not fully mastered English, and left a few moments of amusement.

When he did not understand a question about a word he did not know (“exigent”, demanded in French), he thanked the interviewer for the clarification, which was done in English.

“Thanks for teaching me a new word in French,” the tennis player laughed, making sure that one of the most important things for him was to sleep well “between 8 and 9 hours.”

If Argentina’s best racket ever goes down, “Nole’s” path could cross. Rafael Nadal in the rooms.

Source: La Verdad


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