Wimbledon 2021: Novak Djokovic starts with a win



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Wimbledon 2021: Novak Djokovic starts with a win

Despite the rain which cripples the restart of Wimbledon 2021, it does not compromise the first victory of Novak Djokovic. The defending champion, who traditionally inaugurates the program on Center Court, after a decidedly complicated first set with Jack Dripper, finalist in the junior draw in 2018, solves the challenge in four sets with the final score of 4-6 6-1 6 -2 6-2 and passes the first round cut for the sixteenth time in his career.

For Djokovic, to arrive at Wimbledon as champion of the Australian Open and the Roland Garros was happened in 2016, and from there he began a two-year-long confrontation, but today things are very different, and Nole seems an unbeatable tennis player at the moment, for anyone and on any surface, and of course, today it seems impossible to find a real opponent for the Serb on grass-courts.

For Djokovic, after losing the first set, the bare minimum is enough to restore the hierarchy. Draper practically has time to move the zero from the game box in the second set and to make the passive acceptable in the third.
Even without resorting to sensational answers, Nole manages the situation perfectly and above all delivers the decisive push in the third game.

The rest is trivially a completely necessary side dish, with the English tennis player who allows himself the luxury of holding the bat in the seventh game with three winners. Djokovic also got twenty-four aces during the challenge.

The other matches of the men and women's singles

For Djokovic, after losing the first set, the bare minimum is enough to restore the hierarchy. Draper practically has time to move the zero from the game box in the second set and to make the passive acceptable in the third.
Even without resorting to sensational answers, Nole manages the situation perfectly and above all delivers the decisive push in the third game.

The rest is trivially a completely necessary side dish, with the English tennis player who allows himself the luxury of holding the bat in the seventh game with three winners. Djokovic also got twenty-four aces during the challenge.

Sloane Stephens knocked out two-time Championships winner Petra Kvitova in the first round of Wimbledon 2021 in what was perhaps the most anticipated match of the day in women's singles. The American, who seems to have regained a good physical condition in recent weeks after all the problems of the last harsh seasons, and, above all, a good dose of determination, ended the match with the final score of 6-3 6-4, and now in the second round she will wait for the winner of the match between Ahn and Watson.

In the other matches, Iga Swiatek beat Hsieh with a double 6-4, Lauren Davis eliminates wild card Jodie Burrage 6-2 6-1, while Garbine Muguruza enters the second round by beating Fiona Ferro 6-0 6-1 .