Continuing to show he is officially back to his game following an injury, Novak Djokovic defeated Go Soeda 6-3, 7-5 to advance to the quarterfinals of the Japan Open on Wednesday.
“I probably played even on a higher level than the first round,” Djokovic said (h/t ESPN). “So the game is going in the right direction, that’s for sure. … So everything is fine.”
Djokovic cruised to victory in only two sets and 95 minutes.
“From the baseline, I was solid, aggressive when I needed to be and taking the ball early,” Djokovic said. “I served very well until that game when I was serving for the match at 5-3. I made some double-faults, I missed all my first serves, so I didn’t serve that well that game, allowing him to break back and come back to the match.
“But there were not too many negatives today, because I had chances constantly. I had match points at 5-4, but he just came up with some very good shots and fought hard and that’s why we give him credit. But from my side, I’m really pleased.”
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