Video tennis Djokovic – Djere: Breaking after 2 series of tie-breaks (2nd round of Serbia Open)
(Video tennis Djokovic – Djere, second round of the Serbian Open) The surprise happened in the first set and the two subsequent sets had tie-breaks.
Novak Djokovic had his first match at the Serbia Open and the Serbian’s opponent was compatriot Laslo Djere. Nole made fans worried about his form when he was soon eliminated from Monte Carlo and this match, that worry increased after the first set.
Djokovic had a hard time on his opening day at the Serbia Open
The Serbian player lost a break in the first game and worked hard to save 2 risks of losing a break in game 5. The Serbian player lost another break in the 7th game. Game 8, Djokovic partly showed his stubbornness. When he saved 3 points to end Djere’s set, but on the 4th time, Nole had to hang up the racket and lost with a score of 2-6.
Nole started the second set quite well when he had the opportunity to break right in game 2 but failed to take advantage of it. Things got worse for Djokovic when Djere won the break in game 7. It seemed that the Serbian player would soon be eliminated, but the bravery of the top player spoke at the right time.
Djokovic regained the break in game 8 and missed 3 chances to finish the set in game 12. Entering the tie-break series, Nole also missed 3 chances to finish the set. It was not until Djere made a mistake and lost the mini-break that the world No. 1 won 8-6 in the tie-break series.
Entering the third set, Djokovic had a break in the first game. However, this player lost the advantage in the next game. After that, both sides kept the game holding the serve and needed a tie-break series to decide whether to win or lose. Once again, Djokovic showed his bravery in difficult times. The Serbian won with a score of 7-4, thereby winning 2-1 against Laslo Djere.
2-6, 7(8)-6(6), 7(7)-6(4)
Serving rate 1
Serve 1 to get a point
Serve 2 to score
According to Ngoc Lam (Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Magazine)
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