The end for Djokovic in Geneva: Mahač outplayed and eliminated the world's number one tennis player

Defeat in the semi-finals

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Photo: Reuters
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Roland Garros starts on Sunday, and Novak Djokovic is far from ideal form before the second Grand Slam of the season.

After two victories at the tournament in Geneva, the world's number one tennis player reached the semi-finals - he was outplayed by Tomaš Mahač in three sets (6:4, 0:6, 6:1).

Djokovic was the first to reach the break and lead 3:1, he confirmed it for 4:1, but the Czech tied five games and led 1:0.

In the second, everything was in Djokovic's favor, it was believed that this was a prelude to reaching the final, but a big drop in the game followed, which Mahač used to break in the third, fifth and seventh games to achieve a convincing triumph.

In the final in Geneva, Mahač will play with the better of Kasper Rud and Flavi Kobolji.

In the first round of Roland Garros on Sunday, Djokovic will play Frenchman Pierre-Igo Erber.

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