Djokovic has begun his 2015 Australian Open campaign with a straight sets win over Slovenia’s Aljaz Bedene.
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The Serbian began slowly against the world number 117 before he gained complete control over the match and set himself up for a clash Andrey Kuznetsov and Albert Ramos-Vinolas on Thursday.
Djokovic has suffered from a virus since the start of the year and failed to find any sort of rhythm, but managed to break Bedene in the seventh game of the first set.
From then on it was one way traffic for the world number one, who needed just one hour and 13 minutes to wrap up the final two sets.
Bedene, who is hoping to switch allegiances from Slovenia to Great Britain this year, struggled with injury in the third set but was thoroughly outclassed by his opponent.
Djokovic is gunning for his fifth Australian Open crown in 2015.