“Obviously, I am much more comfortable hitting a tennis ball with my racket, but I don’t think I did too bad today,” Djokovic said
“It actually would be better for me,” the 24-time Grand Slam champion said Wednesday before going back to his bag and pulling out his driver. Turns out he knows how to use a golf club, too. Djokovic drove his tee shot down the right side of the fairway into the first cut, hit his second shot onto the green within 18 feet and left his birdie putt just short of the hole for a gimme and a par 4. “Obviously, I am much more comfortable hitting a tennis ball with my racket, but I don’t think I did too bad today,” Djokovic said.
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