Djokovic has won 18 out of 23 matches so far this season, with a title to his name. The Serb won the Italian Open while also reaching the semifinals of the Madrid Open. He reached the quarterfinals of the French Open before losing to Rafael Nadal in four sets.
Djokovic is the reigning champion at Wimbledon and a heavy favorite to win. Given how he played against Kokkinakis, the Serb is certainly on the right track. He will enter his match against Kecmanovic as the favorite to win and it will be interesting to see how it goes.
Novak Djokovic is currently competing at Wimbledon, where he has won the title six times so far. His first came in 2011 by beating Nadal in the final and his second came in 2014 with a win over Roger Federer in the title clash. Djokovic successfully defended his title by beating the Swiss in the final a year later.
The Serb's fourth Wimbledon crown came in 2018 when he was ranked 21st in the world. He beat Kevin Anderson in the final in straight sets. He then successfully defended his title by beating Federer in a thrilling final in 2019. He won Wimbledon for the third time in a row by triumphing over Matteo Berrettini in last year's final.
Djokovic will take on fellow Serb Miomir Kecmanovic in the third round of Wimbledon. The 22-year-old is seeded 25th at the grass court Major and reached the Round of 32 by defeating John Millman and Alejandro Tabilo.
Kecmanovic has won 27 out of 41 matches so far this season and reached the quarterfinals of two Masters 1000 tournaments in Indian Wells and Miami.
He will face Djokovic for the third time in his career, with the latter leading the head-to-head 2-0. They locked horns in the quarterfinals of the Serbia Open this year with Djokovic winning 4-6, 6-3, 6-3.
The winner of the match will take on either Nikoloz Basilashvili or Tim van Rijthoven in the fourth round.
The third-round match between Djokovic and Kecmanovic is the second match on Centre Court on Friday, July 1.
Match Timing: Approx 3 pm local time | 2 pm GMT | 7 30 pm IST | 10 am ET.
Viewers from the following countries can watch Djokovic take on Kecmanovic live on their respective channels and sites :-
Australia: Channel Nine
France: beIN Sports
Germany: Sky Deutschland & ZDF
India: Star Sports
Italy: Sky Italia & Super Tennis
Japan: NHK & WOWOW
New Zealand: Sky NZ
Serbia: RTS & Sport Klub
Spain: Telefonica & Movistar+
UK: BBC & Eurosport
USA: ESPN & Tennis Channel
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