Novak Djokovic beats Potito Starace in French Open match
Novak Djokovic came one step closer to his dreams of dominating the male tennis world after beating Potito Starace at the French Open yesterday (May 28th).
He trumped the Italian 7-6, 6-3, 6-1, finding his stride during the second period and concluding his win within two hours.
Speaking after the match, Djokovic said: "Maybe it was good for me to have the tough first set and try to find the good control and rhythm and movement on the court."
The win means the tennis star will face world number 99 Blaz Kavcic of Slovenia next.
People who have booked corporate hospitality packages for next month's Wimbledon will be hoping to see the world number one continue his fine form. However, Kavic will provide a tough test, having already defeated Australia's Lleyton Hewitt..
After winning 101 out of 112 matches in the past 18 months, Djokovic hopes to become the first man in 43 years to hold all four Grand Slams simultaneously.
He recently said he feels he is "at the peak" of his career.
Posted by Ted Walker