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2019 Wimbledon: Novak Djokovic goes through to his 11th quarterfinals

2019 Wimbledon: Novak Djokovic goes through to his 11th quarterfinals

2019 Wimbledon number one seed Novak Djokovic easily surpassed the young talent of France Ugo Humbert with the score 6-3, 6-2, 6-3.

Never met Ugo Humbert, but Novak Djokovic seems to gain an early advantage because of his all-time record of winning the last 19 matches against left-handed opponents in Grand Slam. Which includes victory over Rafael Nadal at the 2019 Australia Open final.

Novak Djokovic quickly made that happen by taking a 4-1 lead after winning a game to save the ball.The shots on the two corners of the No. 1 seed were both perilous and good, making the 21-year-old very hard to defend.

Losing only one point in the final game, Novak Djokovic closed the first set of wins after 32 minutes with 8 winner points, including two direct delivery balls (ace) and made only 2 self-defeating errors.

The second set takes place with the same scenario.The Serbian player keeps the match rhythm with stable delivery games and does not give the opponent any chance.While being led 2-4, Ugo Humbert excellently saved the three break-points facing in a row with two ace and a winner, but the next time it was unsuccessful.Winning the game afterwards, Novak Djokovic finished the match with the third ace.In this set, there are the same winner points (5 points), but the number of mistakes of the world number 66 is three times that of the senior (6 errors).

Due to being on the wall, Ugo Humbert played with nothing to lose in the final set.After the first six games struggled, the French player made a mistake and Novak Djokovic did not miss the chance to win the game of that hinge, before repeating it once again to close the second match-point win.

In the entire 1 hour and 42 minute match, the world number one player scored 25 winner points, successfully netting 15 of 18 times.He committed 14 self-defeating errors, less than 20 errors to his opponent and did not face any break-points. This victory helped the Serbian player to land the 45th Grand Slam quarter-final in his career, second only to Roger Federer, who has scored 55 matches. 

In the quarterfinals, the defending champion will be reunited with David Goffin.He is currently No. 21 seed who has saved five set-points in the first tie-break before defeating Fernando Verdasco 7-6 (9), 2-6, 6-3, 6- 4 after three hours.

Novak Djokovic has an advantage against him when he leads 5-1 against David Goffin, but the two have never met on the pitch.The only victory of the Belgian player was the last time in the Monte Carlo quarterfinals in 2017.