Djokovic beats Fritz for the semifinals of the Masters in Paris (VIDEO)

The first tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic, advanced to the semifinals of the Masters in Paris tonight, after he defeated the American Taylor Fritz with 6: 4, 6: 3.

The Serbian player came to victory over the 26th tennis player in the world in an hour and 14 minutes of play.

Djokovic was the first to reach the break in the match, who took the lead with 2: 0, but in the next game, Fritz returned the break without losing a point.

There were no breaks until the eighth game, when Djokovic gained a new advantage, and in the next game, the first player in the world did not win a single point on his serve.

The Serbian tennis player took the lead in the sets in the next game, as he used the second break and set ball.

The American player started the second set with a break, and Djokovic equalized immediately afterwards.

Djokovic won three consecutive games from the result 2: 2, and managed to keep the break advantage until the end.

The rival in the semifinals will be the Pole Hubert Hurkac, who earlier today defeated the Australian James Duckworth (6: 2, 6: 7, 7: 5).

The Pole is the 10th player in the world, and with that victory he secured a place in the final masters in Turin, and Djokovic is leading in mutual duels with 2: 0.

The Serbian tennis player has won five titles at the Masters in Paris so far, and he won the last one in 2019.

By Editor

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