As the match progressed, Djokovic became stronger and more stable, especially on serve. When the score was 6: 5, the star missed five set pieces (!) and had to go into the tiebreak. However: Djokovic had the momentum on his side and tied the set 7:4. The second round alone lasted 78 minutes.
The Belgrade-born Grand Slam champion who is now at home in Monaco 20 times, missed the opportunity to put his next poke at the start of the third set. In the first match, Djokovic missed two break opportunities.
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Even worse, the 34-year-old lost two consecutive games and lost 3-0. Initial decision. Rublev also won the next three matches and perfected the championship win after 2:28 hours.
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Djokovic missed his fourth title in the Serbian capital. He had won the Serbia Open in 2009 and 2011, as well as the Belgrade Open last year.
Meanwhile, the hero Rublev continues to collect achievements. The world number eight had also won the events in Dubai and Marseille this season before Belgrade.
For Djokovic, on the other hand, the wait for his first championship win of the year continues.
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