Novak Djokovic continued his charge towards a 10th Australian Open title with a 7-6(7) 6-3 6-4 win over Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov on Saturday to reach the fourth round but his injured left hamstring. Concerns about the sustainability of .
The Serbian, who is eyeing a 22nd major to take on Rafa Nadal, looked unsure of his moves in a rollercoaster opening set where he opened with a break, squandering three set points at 5-3. Did and left the service late before the thrilling contest. The tie break
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A heavily bandaged but more aggressive Djokovic emerged from a medical timeout and piled on the pressure with his relentless return from behind, going 4-2 up as 27th seed Dimitrov hit the net to serve, and the second Moved forward after wrapping the seat. .
The half-foot Djokovic can still be a handful for most players but the fourth seed looked a little more confident about his moves in the third set and a double break to start left him with an error-prone Dimitrov. Helped to subdue those who failed to make a late comeback. .
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