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US Open 2016 More Luck for Novak Djokovic

US-Open-2016-More-Luck-for-Novak-Djokovic-150x150US Open 2016 More Luck for Novak Djokovicsports celebrity newsUS Open 2016 Novak Djokovic LuckUS Open 2016 Luck Novak Djokovic. (CNN) - You've heard of the expression "Better to be lucky than good?" But what if you are both lucky and good? At current year's US Open 2016, Serbian Professional Tennis Player Novak Djokovic - one of tennis' all-time greats with 12 majors - is a prime example. When Jo-Wilfried Tsonga retired trailing the world No. 1 in Tuesday's quarterfinals 6-3 6-2, it marked the third time during the tournament that Djokovic benefited from a walkover or retirement. It all began in the 2nd round when Jiri Vesely withdrew with a forearm complaint. Then in the 3rd round, Mikhail Youzhny called it quits with a hamstring injury while behind 4-2. Tsonga stopped on Arthur Ashe stadium due to a left knee problem to extend Djokovic's good fortune. "I can only wish all of my opponents a speedy recovery," Novak Djokovic, who next faces another Frenchman, Gael Monfils, told to the media reporters. Saving energy is just what the doctor ordered for Djokovic, since the Serb entered the event with a left wrist injury

US Open 2016 Luck Novak Djokovic

and has been treated for a right arm issue more than once since the year's final grand has been began. If we look at this season, considering some physical issues I have had in the last month, month and a half, this was the scenario that I needed and I wished for," said Djokovic. "I got a lot of days off and recovered my body. Source