Novak Djokovic battled a wrist injury as Serbia secured a quarter-final showdown against Australia. Serbia emerged as Group E winners, setting up a match with Australia after a day of dramatic events and confusion in Perth.
Djokovic’s Battle with Wrist Injury
Novak Djokovic tackled a wrist injury during Serbia’s United Cup match, which required intense treatment from his physio. Despite this, he managed to secure a victory in his singles match against Jiri Lehecka.
Serbia’s Confusing Quarter-final Qualification
After Serbia’s victory and initial declaration of their qualification for the quarter-finals, confusion arose regarding their status. The organizers later clarified that Serbia’s fate hinged on the mixed doubles match outcome.
Serbia’s Quarter-final Faceoff with Australia
Serbia emerged as Group E winners and will face Group C winners, Australia, in the quarter-finals. Novak Djokovic will challenge world number 12 Alex de Minaur, setting the stage for an intense showdown.
Djokovic’s Performance Despite Wrist Injury
Despite his wrist troubles, Djokovic displayed a commendable performance, securing a victory in his singles match against Jiri Lehecka. His resilience and ability to overcome the injury showcased his determination.