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Djokovic has the story out for the victory early

Monday, May 28, 2012


After a difficult opening game has forced him to go the distance in the tiebreak, Djokovic won his meeting on the main Court Philippe Chatrier 7-6 (7/3), 6-3, 6-1 in 2hr 04min to book a meeting with Blaz Kavcic from Slovenia.

Djokovic world number one has already Wimbledon, U.S. Open and Australian Open crowns under a bushel and a first French Open triumph within two weeks would make him the first man since Rod Laver in 1969 to complete the sweep.

Of the seven men to win all four majors in their career, Don Budge and Laver (twice) were all four together.

Wash in 1969 from the realization that Pete Sampras, Federer and defending Roland Garros Nadal had the opportunity to complete a non-calendar year Grand Slam.

Djokovic has not yet reached a final in Paris, after falling three times in the semifinal stage.

Starace, ranked 97, with clay as her favorite surface, but never got beyond the third round here and he was cannon fodder for Djokovic in this form.

After pushing his rival all the way in the first set was subsequently outperformed the Italian Djokovic knocked down six aces and did the bare minimum, scraping four chances to break 15, despite finding the breeze swirling off-putting.

"Potito is an expert on this surface, but I played well because it was the first match at Roland Garros this year," said Djokovic, who won rousing applause for the realization of his on court interview in French.

"There was a breeze out there that I did not like, like all players.

"I hope to continue and get good results, but it is too early to talk about the final," he insisted.
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