Djokovic stretches against Caruso his streak against tennis players of the previous

Djokovic won without problems to the Italian Salvatore Caruso (26 years and 147 º of the world) and accumulates 19-0 against qualifiers in Grand Slams. His next rival: Struff.


With the reliability of a German engine, but manufactured in Serbia, Novak Djokovic beat Salvatore Caruso on Saturday and is already, without losing a set and 24 games on loan, in the rounds of the final of Roland Garros. The number one in the world won by 6-3, 6-3 and 6-2 to the Italian of 26 years and 147º of the world, and extended his streak before players of the previous one in Grand Slams: 19-0. His opponent in the second round will be the German Struff (29 years and 45º the world), who surprised Borna Coric, 13th favorite, in a long game that was solved in a long fifth set: 4-6, 6-1, 4-6 , 7-6 (1) and 11-9 in 4h: 22.

In a stroke, Nole ended the ghosts of his elimination last year against another transalpine, Marco Cecchinato, at that time as unknown as Caruso is now. Without large numbers, Djokovic secured his services (84% of points with first) to beat without complications.

A break in the first and two in each of the following were enough to bring down the foreseeable weak resistance of a player almost unprecedented and no palmares in the ATP, which was encouraged by the public more than anything by empathy with the loser. It is the 13th time that Djokovic gets into eighths of the great Parisian, one of the record of Nadal and Federer.

Calendar and results of the men's Roland Garros.



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