Belgrade 2 Semifinals: Novak Djokovic in blistering form ahead of French Open, defeats Andrej Martin to enter finals- World No.1 Novak Djokovic has defeated Andrej Martin in three sets to reach the finals of the Belgrade 2 competition. He won the match 6-1, 4-6, 6-0 after losing the second set to reach the final spot ahead of the Paris showpiece event- French Open 2021. The ongoing tournament will help Djokovic keep the winning momentum to compete for consecutive grand slams at Roland Garros 2021.
“I’m super excited to play in front of a Serbian crowd. This is my home town. I’m always excited, but also nervous, coming out on the court and playing in front of my home crowd. It’s a very unique feeling. You feel a lot of pressure and expectations. But I’m just happy to fight for a trophy tomorrow,” Djokovic told ahead of the finals, as quoted by AFP.
“I thought I started and finished the match really well, so I’ll try to take those positive feelings into tomorrow’s final. I also had some letdowns in concentration towards the end of the second set, and I’ll try to correct those mistakes for tomorrow,” he added.
Belgrade Open: Djokovic in red-hot form ahead of French Open
Earlier, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic had defeated Argentina’s Federico Coria 6-1,6-0 in the quarterfinals of the ATP Belgrade Open 2021 to enter the semifinals. Djokovic just dropped one game in the match. The Serbian smashed three aces in the match while on the contrary, Coria failed to hit a single ace. Djokovic entered the quarterfinals after thrashing Mats Moraing 6-2 7-64 while Coria reached the quarterfinals after beating Marko Topo 4-6 6-2 6-0 and Pablo Cuevas 6-3 6-2.
Prize money: €511,000
Novak Djokovic vs Federico Coria: What is the prize money for Belgrade Open 2021?
€511,000 (Total Financial Commitment: €511,000)
Novak Djokovic vs Federico Coria: What are the venues for Belgrade Open 2021? – Venue
Novak Tennis Center, Belgrade, Serbia
Djokovic vs Coria: Where can I watch Belgrade Open 2021?
Watch Live On Tennis TV
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