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Novak Djokovic continues to assert his dominance at the Australian Open, calling it his “second home” after another impressive victory over a younger challenger. Despite a fourth-round loss in 2018, Djokovic remained composed in the scorching 31C temperatures, saving set points and ultimately winning in four sets. His opponent, Fritz, fought valiantly but was ultimately unable to overcome Djokovic’s skill and composure, despite a brief foot issue. Djokovic’s strong performance and ability to maintain control of the match demonstrates why he is a formidable force at the Australian Open, solidifying his reputation as a tennis legend.

Summery :

– Djokovic considers the Australian Open his “second home” due to his dominance over the years
– He saw off a younger challenger in a masterful display
– His most recent defeat in Melbourne was in 2018
– The match started in high temperatures and Djokovic struggled to convert break points
– Fritz had a chance to win the first set but Djokovic saved set points and won in a tie-break
– Fritz fought back in the second set but was hampered by a foot issue
– Djokovic broke twice in the third set and was in control
– The match ended with Djokovic serving out strongly and breaking Fritz’s serve again

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