Djokovic content to progress beneath media radar

Djokovic content to progress beneath media radar

London : CA : USA | Jun 24, 2009 at 8:17 AM PDT
Source: The Scotsman
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Novak Djokovic is happy to be under the radar as he bids to go one better than the semi-final appearance he made at Wimbledon two years ago. The Serbian set up a third-round clash against America's Mardy Fish with a straight-sets victory over battling German qualifier Simon Greul yesterday... FULL ARTICLE AT The Scotsman
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