Novak Djokovic had one super cute supporter cheering him on in the Australian Open finals on Sunday.
The world number one beat Andy Murray in straight sets to win the tournament for the sixth time, much to the excitement of his young son Stefan who was watching at home.
2 more days #homesweethome #mywholeworld." Novak married Jelena in July 2014 after nine years of dating.
The couple welcomed their baby boy three months later, and the Serbian pro has made no secret of how much he misses his family while he is travelling with work.
“He was just better than me today,” Del Potro said afterwards.
“He hit very hard, he served very well and played a smart game. No excuses today.” Berdych will now take on Fabio Fognini, who hit 57 winners in a pulsating 3-6, 6-2, 6-1, 4-6, 6-3 victory over the Frenchman Julien Benneteau.
Djokovic, who had also had to deal with gruelling heat before overcoming Gael Monfils 48 hours earlier, said: “I haven't played for six months. “But these kind of circumstances in which I'm in at the moment are quite different. A lot of athletes are facing this kind of pain throughout their body in big competitions and they deal with it. Twelve months ago Zverev looked to be in control against Rafael Nadal, only to lose their third-round match in five sets after cramping badly in the closing stages.
I've never faced a situation where I didn’t compete for six months. He went on to lose to Fernando Verdasco in the first round at the French Open, to Milos Raonic in the fourth round at Wimbledon and to Borna Coric in the second round at the US Open.
Djokovic has won 12 Grand Slam singles titles, five ATP Finals titles, 30 Masters 1000 series titles, 12 ATP World Tour 500 tournaments, and has held the No.
The Scottish player was keen to be reunited with his wife as soon as possible following his defeat, declaring that he would be on the "next flight home" from Australia after the match.