Australian Open: Djokovic records 300 Grand Slam win, reaches to quarter-finals

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17 times Grand Slam winner and World Number 1 Tennis star Novak Djokovic registered his 300th Grand Slam victory on Sunday against Raonic. He becomes the second person after Roger Federer to achieve this feat. With this, he also entered the quarter-finals of the Australia Open.

Djokovic secured a 7-6, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 victory over Raonic and get reach the quarter finals of Australia Open along with anew record. The Australian Open twitter handle shared themilestone achieved by the Tennis star Djokovic.

“I had no preparation for this match,” said Djokovic. “I used every hour I had to recover since the Taylor match. My physio and those of the ATP and Australian Open gave me their best support to get on the court. I have definitely been fitter in the past and I will continue to take each day one at a time.”

“Sascha is one of the top men’s players in the past five years,” said Djokovic. “He has won the [Nitto] ATP Finals title and is an established Top 10 player. He has the weapons, a big serve and moves well for his height. We played an exhausting match at the ATP Cup recently and I won’t expect anything less when we meet in the quarter-finals.”

 

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