The first racket of the world, Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, beat the 13th racket of the world from Great Britain Cameron Norrie in straight sets in the fourth round of the Masters series tournament held in Rome (Italy). The meeting ended with the score 6:3, 6:4.
The match lasted 1 hour 29 minutes. Novak Djokovic completed three aces, made three doubles and four unforced errors, and converted three out of six break points. Cameron Norrie has four aces, one double and eleven unforced errors, and his break point conversion is one of two.
The Serbian tennis player reached the quarterfinals of the Masters in Rome, where he will play with the winner of the meeting between the Australian Alexei Popyrin and the Dane Holger Rune. Djokovic’s opponent will be determined in the near future.