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Serb tennis star Novak Djokovic has compared the searing heat at this years U.S. Open to sleeping with his girlfriend.


New York, Sep.1 : Serb tennis star Novak Djokovic has compared the searing heat at this year's U.S. Open to sleeping with his girlfriend.

After battling his way through five gruelling sets in scorching heat to win his first round match against fellow Serb Viktor Troicki at the U.S. Open, Djokovic, soaked in sweat and gasping for air, said: "It was like, I don't know, sleeping with my girlfriend I guess kind of feeling."

His incredible performance came on a day when organizers invoked the tournament's rarely used extreme weather policy.

So terrible was the heat, that spectators fled the Flushing Meadows stands to seek refuge in the shade from the blazing sun, with temperatures soaring to a peak of 35.5 degrees Celsius.

ANI

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