Djokovic, who has already won the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon this year, needs the Tokyo Games title and the U.S. Open trophy to become the first man to achieve the Golden Slam. “The way he’s played today, this week and last couple months, it’s been amazing,” Nishikori said.
‘An answer for everything’: Djokovic in Olympic medal rounds | Dothan Sports News As it’s been for months, it seems that Djokovic, who has not dropped a set in the tournament, is getting better match by match — so much so that it looks like he’s hardly being tested.
There was really only one moment when Djokovic was in slight trouble. It came in the opening game of the second set when Nishikori held a break point. Djokovic responded with a rally that sent Nishikori scrambling from corner to corner before unleashing a forehand cross-court winner that the Nishikori couldn’t come close to getting his racket on. That prompted a loud roar from Djokovic
“Matches are not getting easier but my level of tennis is getting better and better and and I’ve done that so many times in my career,” Djokovic said. “I’m (the) kind of player that the further the tournament goes the better I’m feeling on the court and that’s the case here.”
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