Madrid Open: Novak Djokovic crashes out of quake defeat to Kyle Edmund

Kyle Edmund calls on Novak Djokovic by defeating the former world’s best in the second round of the Madrid Open.

The 12 time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic loses the match against Kyle Edmund in three sets in order to reach the third round of the Madrid Open tennis tournament. Djokovic asserted that the win over Kei Nishikori in the first round was something that boosted morale. However, Edmund bequeaths to the 10th seed to a 6-3 2-6 6-3 defeat on Wednesday.

The first round of the Barcelona Open match resulted in the loss of Djokovic to Martin Klizan. He will not have to report to the drawing board gain followed by the French Open resembling fast after he was next to Edmund on the Santana.

Edmund set forth a splendid crosscourt forehand victory, as he lost in the first match of the game. While Djokovic hit back like he had a heartbreak. The Serbian’s serve drove him down and the fault that occurred twice left him in a state of succession.

The story became quite different in the second time, Djokovic sparkled a stroke over Edmund in order to gain three break points in the beginning of the game. Once the ball hopped up from the baseline, he edged towards the front in order to provide the Briton a bleak chance of return.

The set was served by the world number 12, however a sinister occurred when a firm Edmund rallied from 0-40 below for gripping and taking a 3-2 lead. Thus leaving Djokovic to deplore those willingly made mistakes when the opposite player was up to counter it.

Djokovic was too absent minded with the Australian Open semi-finalist by making dart with a drop shot and then with a lob.

by TNBC Staff Reporter on May 10, 2018

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