Novak Djokovic gets back on the winning track in Rome

"It was a very good test for me...I’m very pleased with the way I handled myself in important moments. I was in control of the match."

In his first match since defaulting at the US Open, Novak Djokovic was in a good place.


The No. 1-ranked Serb never faced a break point in his first match in the Italian capital.
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