Novak Djokovic confident his injury is nothing to worry about

Novak Djokovic confident his injury is nothing to worry about”

Melbourne Park was the place where Djokovic - a 12-time Grand Slam champion - won his maiden Major title after defeating France's Jo Wilfried Tsonga in the 2008 Australian Open final. At the net, they shared a warm embrace and Kyrgios said he was at a loss for words. "Is that better? I'm not sure, honestly". He was like, "Great match". Yeah, I think it was the hardest I have.

'You've portrayed me as someone who is very greedy, asks for more money, ' he alleged.

He also said he was encouraged that the players were communicating with one another again.

The men have been talking about much more than the weather here this year. He lost each of his first two service games. falling into an early 3-0 hole.

"I mean, we both struggled".

"I get super dizzy. But I also think that there should be some kind of rational conversation about rules that are maybe imposed or certain things that are concerning players' well-being". They all have different personalities. We've had good matches over the years.

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Monfils saved two more match points, the second with a superb cross-court forehand, but Djokovic converted at the fourth attempt with a volley.

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"It was 2 hours, 20 minutes, straight-sets win, but I had to earn it", he said. But it was uncomfortable to watch the way Monfils, normally one of the best athletes on the tour, was doubling over in exhaustion and leaning on his racket after the longer rallies. Andreas Seppi will be standing in his way on Sunday.

28 - combined double faults from Grigor Dimitrov and Andrey Rublev in their third round on Friday - 15 of which came off the Dimitrov racquet. "This is the biggest event that ATP has", said the former world No. 1. On Saturday he plays the 21st seed, Albert Ramos-Viñolas, who beat the American wildcard Tim Smyczek 6-4, 6-2, 7-6 (2). The 32nd-seeded Kontaveit survived 32 winners off the Ostapenko racquet and is into the last 16 at a major for just the second time and first since the 2015 US Open.

"It was obvious we both suffered on the court today".

But he said the conditions were at the point where it becomes a "danger in terms of health".

Kyrgios started laughing in embarrassment because Smith was actually in the stands watching. Smith responded with a laugh and thumbs up from the stands. At times I don't like that. Despite being a set up, Monfils looked cooked, and he was.

"It's definitely hot", she said afterwards. "It was pretty cringe, but it broke the ice".

"I take pleasure out of him making that shot even though for a second I thought that this could have been the match point I had and end up losing the match". That's it. I lost it and I drive a little bit insane. You only had to look at his ranking and seeding of 14 to know that for a victor of 12 major tournaments and 68 in all, things haven't been going to the usual script. It's not fair. But, yeah, that's it. "That's it. But nothing really important".

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