Novak Djokovic has defeated Guido Pella of Argentina in the second round of the French Open. Djokovic won the match in the straight sets by 6-2, 6-0, 6-2.

Djokovic has not won the French Open so far in his career, but, he is looking quite determined to do it this year.  He had absolutely bulldozed his opponent in the first round match and he did the same against Pella yesterday.

The Argentinean youngster looked completely hopeless against the no. 1 player in the world. He got defeated in just 86 minutes.

In the first set, none of the players dropped his serve in the first four games and the scores were levelled at 2-2 at the end of the 4th game. After that, Djokovic didn’t let Pella win any more game in that set.

The Serbian superstar broke Pella’s serve in the 5th and the 7th game and won the last four games on the trot to clinch the first set by 6-2.

There was no reduction in Djokovic’s intensity in the second set. He continued dominating and secured a bagel by playing some high quality shots.

Pella needed to win the third set to keep his hopes alive in the match, but, he couldn’t do that. His poor performance continued in the third set as well. He dropped his serve in the 4th game to get trailed by 1-3.

The next three games went with the serve and the score was 5-2 in Djokovic’s favour when the 7th game ended.

The world no. 1 secured his win by breaking Pella’s serve in the 8th game and made his way into the third round.

In the third round, Djokovic will face the Bulgarian player Grigor Dimitrov who defeated Lucas Pouille in the second round.