Novak Djokovic suffers the worst defeat of his career against the...

It was only the second time in the Serbian career that he won only three games in one game, the last time at the 2005 Australian Open against Marat Safin.

To make the result even more incredible, it is the first time in his career that Djokovic has lost to a lucky loser who, despite his loss in qualifying, made it into the main draw of the tournament.

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Sonego, ranked 42 in the world, took just 68 minutes to dismantle Djokovic and only suffer his third defeat this season.

Djokovic has already reached the number 1 at the end of the year for the sixth time and thus reached the record of Pete Sampras. He claimed that this affected his performance.
“I did what I had to do and why I came here (to secure first place),” said Djokovic, as reported by the Guardian . “I am making good progress with today’s result and look to the next chapter.”

Lorenzo Sonego celebrates his breathtaking victory.

Sonego meets Brit Dan Evans in the semifinals. Evans defeated the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov on Friday 7: 6 (7: 3) 4: 6: 6: 3.

Next up for Djokovic is the prestigious ATP final, which will take place in London for the last time. There he wants to win a sixth individual title, which would tie Roger Federer’s record.

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