Melbourne. Star player Novak Djokovic on Monday stormed into the men’s singles quarterfinals of the Australian Open tennis tournament with a straight sets victory over 22nd seed Alex Di Minor. Djokovic looked completely pain-free on Monday after battling a left hamstring strain all week and won his fourth-round match 6-2 6-1 6-2. “The way I played today, the way I felt, gives me reason to believe that this time I can win the title,” Djokovic said after making his 13th and 54th Grand Slam quarter-final at Melbourne Park. I can.
Djokovic has won nine of his 21 Grand Slam titles at the Australian Open. Djokovic dominated the match, winning 42 of 64 points that lasted more than five shots. He hit 26 winners while his opponent could hit only nine. The Serbian veteran won all 12 games on his serve and did not face a break point even once.
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Djokovic will face fifth seed Andre Rublev in the quarter-finals on Wednesday, against whom the Serbian has won all six Grand Slam quarter-finals. On the same day, two American players Ben Shelton and Tommy Paul will also be face to face. In Tuesday’s men’s quarter-finals, third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas will face unseeded Jiri Lecheka, while 18th seed Karen Khachanov will take on 29th seed Sebastian Korda.