Novak Djokovic continued his Wimbledon journey by beating Miomir Kecmanovic easily in round three. The younger Serbian never stood a chance and any hope he or his fans had was quickly shut down in the opening set. He was only able to win six points overall on his own serve losing the set 0-6. He posted an abysmal stat line of 1 winner and 9 unforced errors.
Things did not go that much better in the 2nd set as Djokovic once again proved too strong. It was not a bagel this time around and Kecmanovic played much better but he was still no match for Djokovic who was collecting winners while Kecmanovic was collecting errors. Even when he tried to mix things up, Djokovic was ready for it.
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6-3 was the score in the 2nd set and 6-3 in the final set as Kecmanovic sort of zoned out of it once he dropped his serve early. Djokovic was superb on his own serve dropping only four points behind his first. He blasted over 30 winners and less than 20 unforced errors in a display that will certainly put many opposing players on notice.