Djokovic suffers with Tiafoe and the Heat before going to Third Round

Djokovic suffers with Tiafoe and the Heat before going to Third Round

The Serbian Novak Djokovic  suffered with the American Frances Tiafoe and with the intense heat before closing his match by a hurried 6-3, 6-7 (3), 7 -6 (2) and 6-3 in the second round of the Australian Open.

“It was a very difficult game and the conditions were tough, very hot when the sun was above,” said the world number one at the conclusion of a match that lasted more than three and a half hours.
The Serb gave up a set for the first time at Melbourne Park during his second test, in a match in which he offered one of his most erratic versions after making 37 unforced errors.
Nor was he fine in the moments of greatest demand and lost two of the three break balls that he conceded to an electric Tiafoe, who remained afloat throughout the entire match backed by the immeasurable support of a large part of the fans.
Despite adversity, the Serbian emerged from a demanding fight alive and will continue on his way to what could be his third consecutive crown and his ninth title at Melbourne Park. 

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