Moment The Australian tennis player John Millman stops the game for 10 minutes to change the sweaty clothes

Novak Djokovic (pictured) has revealed the moment that probably marked his victory in the quarterfinal match against the Australian John Millman.

"I'm sorry Novak, I can not help it": surprising moment John Millman stops the game for 10 minutes to change his sweaty clothes, which gives Djokovic a vital opportunity to take a break

  • Novak Djokovic has revealed the moment that probably marked his victory
  • Djokovic defeated Australian John Millman in straight sets in the US Open quarterfinals
  • Millman was forced to pause the game to change sweaty clothes
  • Djokovic said he needed rest, so it was great & # 39; and won the match

Kate Darvall for Daily Mail Australia

Novak Djokovic has revealed the moment that probably marked his victory in the quarterfinal match against the Australian John Millman.

The Australian loser crashed at the US Open on Wednesday night in the United States when Djokovic defeated him in straight sets.

Speaking on the court after the game, Serbian champion Djokovic revealed that his perspective changed when Millman stopped the game to change sweaty clothes.

Novak Djokovic (pictured) has revealed the moment that probably marked his victory in the quarterfinal match against the Australian John Millman.

Novak Djokovic (pictured) has revealed the moment that probably marked his victory in the quarterfinal match against the Australian John Millman.

When Millman requested a brief break to change sweaty clothes in the second set, Djokovic said he was more than accommodating.

"I said, man, go ahead," said Djokovic.

& # 39; In fact I am well seated for 10 minutes. I needed that rest so it was great.

I was fighting. He was fighting. We were all fighting over there.

The two players suffered 86% humidity during Wednesday night's game.

Novak Djokovic of Serbia hugs sweaty John Millman after men's quarterfinals

Novak Djokovic of Serbia hugs sweaty John Millman after men's quarterfinals

Novak Djokovic of Serbia hugs sweaty John Millman after men's quarterfinals

When Millman (pictured) requested a brief break to change sweaty clothes in the second set, Djokovic said he was more than accommodating.

When Millman (pictured) requested a brief break to change sweaty clothes in the second set, Djokovic said he was more than accommodating.

When Millman (pictured) requested a brief break to change sweaty clothes in the second set, Djokovic said he was more than accommodating.

Djokovic sits with his shirt open during a hot break, in the middle of his match against Millman

Djokovic sits with his shirt open during a hot break, in the middle of his match against Millman

Djokovic sits with his shirt open during a hot break, in the middle of his match against Millman

The men played for almost three hours through the humidity, which was supplemented by heat of 26 ° C at 11 p.m.

Djokovic defeated Millman 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 in the drama-laden war of attrition to end the Australian's dashing career and reach his eleventh semifinal in New York.

The current Wimbledon champion and the 13-time main winner led him to a last four meeting on Friday with rejuvenated 2014 finalist Kei Nishikori.

Djokovic downed Millman (pictured) 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 in the drama-laden war of attrition to end the Australian's dashing career and reach his eleventh semifinal in New York.

Djokovic downed Millman (pictured) 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 in the drama-laden war of attrition to end the Australian's dashing career and reach his eleventh semifinal in New York.

Djokovic downed Millman (pictured) 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 in the drama-laden war of attrition to end the Australian's dashing career and reach his eleventh semifinal in New York.

The men played for almost three hours through the humidity, which was supplemented by heat of 26 degrees C at 11 o'clock at night. It is seen that Djokovic is cooling his face during a break of heat.

The men played for almost three hours through the humidity, which was supplemented by heat of 26 degrees C at 11 o'clock at night. It is seen that Djokovic is cooling his face during a break of heat.

The men played for almost three hours through the humidity, which was supplemented by heat of 26 degrees C at 11 o'clock at night. It is seen that Djokovic is cooling his face during a break of heat.

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