Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic had a ton of fun time during the on-going Australian Open. He was seen playing an adjusted variant of “Think about Who” game with comic Andy Lee in a show communicated on Channel Nine.
Every one of them was given a renowned character that the other one needed to figure from among a set arrangement of different big names utilizing a lot of yes/no inquiries as pieces of information.
While Lee needed to figure Australian tennis player Samantha Stosur, Djokovic needed to name himself.
The pair started what was an engaging watch with a couple of entertaining just as ungainly minutes. Djokovic confronted an ungainly minute when Lee asked him whether the individual was snappy enough to be utilized as a style minister by a very good quality attire brand.
Following a couple of moments of cumbersome quietness, Djokovic said that she wasn’t.
At the end, when Djokovic had just a couple of cards left to figure from, he asked whether the individual was quiet. Evidently, Andy Lee assumed Djokovic was quiet, yet the tennis star himself didn’t and he speculated the individual as Roger Federer. Djokovic tossed the table over as he understood his conjecture ended up being erroneous.
Novak Djokovic into the third round of Australian Open 2020
In a journey to protect his title, Djokovic began the 2020 release of the Australian Open with two successes.
He was drawn against Japanese Tatsuma Ito in the first round which he won serenely in quite a while 6-1, 6-4, 6-2. His second-round conflict against Jan-Lennard Struff, nonetheless, was not as straight-forward despite the fact that he in the long run figured out how to win.
Djokovic demonstrated a couple of slips in focus against Struff as the German gained by them. After the primary set went into a sudden death round, Djokovic won the second set serenely.
Struff returned the third set with a 6-2 win, however, Djokovic demonstrated a lot for him at last as he won the fourth set 6-1, and the match.