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Djokovic Wins Nail-Biting 5 Set Match at Australian Open Despite ONE HUNDRED Unforced Errors

The Serbian Ace is Challenged in a Tension-Filled Showdown!

It’s hard to categorize a victory over Gilles Simon as a bad day, but it was clear to all watching that the world’s number one ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic was not having one of his better days as he barely survived a nail-biting five-set encounter to continue onhis quest for a sixth title at the Australian Open.

Djokovic finally finished off Simon 6-3, 6-7(1), 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 at Rod Laver Arena to reach his 27th straight Grand Slam championship quarter-final. The streak equals Jimmy Connors‘ mark for second place in the list of most consecutive last eight appearances at majors.

Djokovic converted just six of his 25 break point opportunities and committed 100 unforced errors. ONE HUNDRED unforced errors. And he still won, although it took him four and a half hours to do so. Djokovic will next face seventh seed, Japan’s Kei Nishikori, who beat No. 9 seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to advance. Of course, we’re HustleTweeting about Novak Djokovic, and you’re more than welcome to join the conversation by following the Hustle on Twitter HERE or write to us directly at hustleoncrave@gmail.comHey, have you checked out the Hustle’s Ultra High Quality YouTube Channel, with exclusive videos featuring Backstage with Brock Lesnar and Paul HeymanThe Footage “They” Never Wanted You To SeeUFC Bad Boy Nick Diaz’s Wildest Video EverBehind The Scenes at WrestleManiaICE-T and Coco’s Sex Secrets … the list goes on and on, so if you’re not subscribing, you’re missing something … and by the ways cheapos, it’s FREE! Yes, absolutely 100 percent FREE! What are you waiting for? Check it out HERE!

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