Immediately after 3-set win yesterday over Bernard Tomic, Novak Djokovic did his customary post-match autographs while exiting Centre Court Wimbledon. Except this time the World No. 1 was asked to sign something unusual, a prosthetic leg.
— Mark Fallon (@unofficial_fal) July 3, 2015
“That’s probably the first time, maybe second time, that I’ve signed prosthetic limbs. I hope I gave him some luck and he’s going to feel better,” Djokovic said.
Djokovic will have another opportunity to sign more autographs on Monday when he plays Kevin Anderson in the fourth round. Djokovic has won 31 of his last 32 matches, losing only to Stan Wawrinka in the French Open final since Dubai.
“I’m pleased with the performances so far,” said Djokovic. “The second week is obviously always more challenging, more difficult than the first week. But I’m ready for it now. I have two days. I’m going to work on the court, get myself recovered and ready for a challenge that is presented in the second week. “
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