The BBC has been forced to make an awkward apology for a broadcast featuring old mate Nick Kyrgios, after catching him in what we'll go ahead and call a fairly compromising position at the Queen's Club Championships in London.
The world No. 22 never looked back after dropping serve in the third game, breaking to avoid a first-set tie-break and then reeling off five games in a row in the second as he continues to build ominous momentum in the run-up to Wimbledon.
While Roger Federer is seeking his 99th career title, Djokovic is in his 99th career final, eyeing a 69th trophy. Was he thinking too much about the prize, so that his emotions got in the way? "I'm definitely not one of the favourites for Wimbledon", he said.
He sailed past John Millman for the loss of only three games, but was expected to have more difficulty against the former Queen's champion and junior Wimbledon champion, No2 seed Grigor Dimitrov. I mean, Roger is a clear favourite, without a doubt.
Since his last visit in 2010, when he won his solitary doubles title, he had often kept his transition between Roland Garros and Wimbledon low key, maybe playing an exhibition event but no tournament either here or at the Queen's sibling in Halle-where, incidentally, he reached the final in his only appearance, in 2009.
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He added: "You know, Andy and myself, you know, if we play well".
He lost to Italian Marco Cecchinato in the French Open quarterfinals and has made only one other semifinal in 2018.
Hampered by an elbow injury a year ago, Djokovic has failed to reach the semifinals in any of his last 5 Grand Slam appearances. He hasn't earned a major title since competing his career Grand Slam by winning the 2016 French Open.
Dogged by rumors that he no longer has the motivation to return to the top, the 12-time Grand Slam victor chose to start his bid for a 4th Wimbledon crown by accepting a Queen's wild card.
He claimed his confidence is slowly coming back, as he showed by polishing off Dimitrov easily. It's obviously very positive and I'm thrilled.
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He agreed, saying: "We expected it to last 10 years, but it keeps going on, and on, and on". In between songs, McCartney autographs the Penny Lane wall and visits his childhood home.
"I'm still finding my form. Hopefully I can have many more years, because I truly enjoy playing this sport".
"I was looking forward to the challenge".
"I'm happy with the performance, especially as consistently to serve on that big level".
"Nick is serving so good and it was tough to get a look on the service returns".
"As I said, I don't like to put any numbers on how long and when it's going to end".
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"These two matches have been exactly what I needed".