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Novak confirmed that there is no bigger weed specialist than him at the momentbeat Van Reithoven in four sets and advanced to the Wimbledon quarterfinals (6:2, 4:6, 6:1, 6:2).

“Good evening everyone, thank you for staying this late to watch tennis. Thank you Billie Jean for staying, I know it’s been a long day. It’s an honor to play in front of you,” began Djokovic, and then commented on today’s rival:

“Very difficult, I’ve never played against him. He’s a new face on the tour, he won his first ATP match a few weeks ago. He beat top 5 and top 10 players. He had a streak on this surface and I knew it wouldn’t be easy. With a serve like that, great talent, great feel and a powerful forehand that can do a lot of damage…”

He also referred to the conditions at the Central Court, where the roof was closed.

“It took me a little time to get used to that strength and the conditions under the roof. When the roof is closed it’s a little more slippery. It took me a little time to adjust, but overall I closed the match well.”

In London, the curfew starts at 11:00 p.m., so this match almost broke through that limit and was eventually interrupted and resumed on Monday.

“I was lucky. There were 20 minutes left, thank God. I had previous experience of playing a match for two days. It was against Nadal in the semi-finals a few years ago. It’s not nice when you have to finish the match the next day. I’m looking forward to the next challenge.”

It was held during the day ceremony marking 100 years of the Central Court in which Novak participated with many legends of this sport, including Roger Federer and the aforementioned Billie Jean King.

“An incredible honor and privilege. I was very happy because I stood next to such champions who won this wonderful tournament, but also legends of this sport. They influenced us a lot on and off the field. I consider myself a good student of our sport, but when I heard Billie Jean talking about history, I realized that I don’t know enough. Thank you Billie Jean for giving me many valuable lessons,” concluded Djokovic, describing why the Center Court is a special place for him and for other tennis players.

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