• Djokovic continues Dubai bid on Wednesday

    2/27/13 12:51 AM | Kelli DeMario
    Djokovic continues Dubai bid on Wednesday World No. 1 Novak Djokovic looks to secure a quarterfinal spot at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships with a victory over Spain's Roberto Bautista-Agut. The top seed is seeking his 10th straight win in 2013.

    World No. 1 Novak Djokovic is back on court after winning his opening-round match against compatriot Viktor Troicki in straight sets. The 25-year-old converted four of nine break points en route to a 6-1, 6-4 victory in 68 minutes.

    “That was a great match, especially in the first set, considering the fact I haven't played an official tournament for three, four weeks,” said Djokovic.

    “I wanted to be extra focused on the court today, because I also knew he has a big serve, as he had proven tonight, and can be very dangerous on these courts. This is one of the fastest hard courts on the tour that I have experienced outdoors. So you need to be really committed to every point and play well.”

    The three-time Dubai champion looks to reach his second consecutive quarterfinal of the season.

    World No. 55 Roberto Bautista-Agut defeated Belgium's David Goffin in the first round, 6-2, 7-5. The 24-year-old Spaniard is bidding for his first quarterfinal in Dubai.

    Prediction: Djokovic in straight sets.

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Current ATP-rankings

1. Djokovic 12 500 pts
2. Murray 8 750 pts
3. Federer 8 670 pts
4. Ferrer 6 970 pts
5. Nadal 6 385 pts

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