Novak Djokovic Did A Dance After His US Open Win Today [Video]
by Tom Gainey | August 28th, 2014, 6:15 pm

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic crushed Paul-Henri Mathieu 61, 63, 60 in the second round of the US Open. After the match, ESPN’s Brad Gilbert talked Djokovic into doing one of his dances.

Here it is:

Djokovic will play American Sam Querrey in the third round on Saturday afternoon.

“I saw a little bit of his match today and he played great,” Djokovic said. “He’s in good form, good shape, and has nothing to lose. It’s going to be a tough one.”

The Serb has reached the finals the last four years in New York winning the title in 2011.

Later he went on ESPN to see how he did.

GIF: Novak Djokovic watches himself dance badly on Twitpic

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4 Comments for Novak Djokovic Did A Dance After His US Open Win Today [Video]

jane Says:

xo nole. :) hope the tennis stays sharp and the focus is dialled in. it’s not going to get any easier next round.

Hippy Chic Says:

Well i think its been pretty easy for him so far,and i very much doubt Querry has much of a game to trouble Nole TBH,merely target practice at the moment,the later rounds will show exactly where these guys are really at,IMO he looks very good and is still the man to beat though….

queen Says:

Here we go again f….n showoff

madmax Says:

Hippy, I too think that Novak is the man to beat. I know that Fed is being hyped up to the nines, and of course he is playing extremely well, Novak though has something to prove this time around and I do believe that he will reach the final.

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