Novak Djokovic kicked off his French Open campaign with an impeccable display of tennis, breezing past American Aleksandar Kovacevic in the first round of the tournament. The world number one Serbian powered his way to a quick 6-1, 6-4, 6-1 victory against the relatively unknown American in just 94 minutes.

The French Open, also known as Roland Garros, is one of the most prestigious tennis events in the world and is the premier clay court championship. The tournament takes place annually at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France, and is the second Grand Slam event of the tennis calendar year. The competition is noted for being one of the most physically demanding events in tennis due to the slow, heavy clay surface which requires a different set of skills than playing on other surfaces.

For Djokovic, the French Open holds a special place in his career. The Serbian has won a total of 18 Grand Slam titles throughout his career, but only one of those victories has come at Roland Garros. In 2016, Djokovic triumphed over Andy Murray in the final to complete his career Grand Slam – winning all four Grand Slam titles in a single calendar year.


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