July 08, (THEWILL) – Novak Djokovic was his dominant self on Centre Court on Friday, as he secured a convincing victory over Stan Wawrinka, advancing to the fourth round of Wimbledon.
The Serbian wasted no time in asserting his authority, breaking Wawrinka early in the first set and maintaining his momentum throughout the match. Djokovic’s supreme serve and precision shots proved too much for Wawrinka to handle, resulting in a comfortable 6-3 6-1 7-6 win for the record-winning player.
In what was a much-anticipated Wimbledon clash, Djokovic left no room for doubt as he outplayed Wawrinka, consistently capitalising on the mistakes of the Swiss player. The Serbian’s powerful serve and impressive shot selection propelled him to a straight-sets triumph. Despite Wawrinka’s efforts to stage a comeback in the third set, Djokovic remained composed and sealed the deal with a decisive smash during the tiebreaker.
Djokovic’s commanding performance sets up an exciting fourth-round encounter against Hubert Hurkacz. His formidable form means that Hurkacz will have to put on his most faultless display to have a chance against the top seed when they meet in the fourth round.
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