Top seeded Novak Djokovic gave the viewers real glimpse of his skill when he put his pocket right under the ball that was swung towards him by his opponent at the Miami open.
It was the Serb who hit the long first serve, which his 87th seeded opponent Kyle Edmund hit high up in the air. The ball appeared to be coming right towards Djokovic, but then he used both his hands to put his left pocket right under the ball, and made the day for his amused audience.
"It will be fun to see it," Djokovic told the Associated Press. "I was lucky, I must say. Right place at the right time, I guess."
Djokovic started the game with easy sweeps in the first set to gain a 4-0 lead. But later Edmund got ahead, and won three games out of four. However, the Djokovic broke in the second round to win the match straight 6-3, 6-3.
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