The former world no. 1 Novak is struggling on his play as before in the previous years. He won two Grand Slam tournaments which include Australian Open and French Open in 2016. But, he has dropped in this year’s Australian open second round and lost his quarterfinal against to Dominic Thiem in 2017 French Open. Now, it is the time for him to face the Czech Republic tennis player, Adam Pavlasek in the second round on July 6th Thursday.
It is sure, all the tennis fans and analysts are saying that it is easy to defeat Pavlasek for Djokovic. Even he is not on the top at present based on the recent matches. Also, he had some special histories than his opponent of the day.
Adam Pavlasek started his career in tennis from 2015 and made his best as played in the first round of 2017 Australian Open. Also, he appeared on second round match in the 2016 French Open. Now, he will play on his first ever second round game in the Wimbledon in 2017 to Djokovic. So, he is improving himself from his side on every tournament.
Recently on the last week, Djokovic had a win in the Aegon International Eastbourne. So, it will help him to play better as before. As mentioned above, this is the game for Djokovic to raise his hands up again for next big matches.
Serbian facing Czech player as first as head-to-head in this 2017 Wimbledon. When we look at the experience and age of these two. Then it is a very big line for Djokovic than Pavlasek. The Czech player is just will turn his 23 on coming October 2017. But the Champion of 2016 French and Australian Open started his tennis as a professional career in 2003 after some big wins in his junior level games.
The match will end soon if Djokovic starts well from the first minute. But, it will change as an interesting match if Pavlasek gets his game. Early said that it is the Pavlasek’s first Wimbledon second round and he didn’t cross second round in any grand slam tournament before. So, he might try his ever best to the former world no. 1.
Novak Djokovic vs Adam Pavlasek is scheduled for 1 pm BST, 8 am ET.
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