Novak Djokovic came through a tough test when he defeated Tim van Rijthoven with four sets to earn his spot in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon.

The No.1 seed made it through the final round with no worries, and was getting better as the week progressed in SW19.

Then, in Van Rijthoven, he came up against a rising star with a large serve and a wide range of shots.

The Dutchman was not at all out of place on the stage, and was in danger of causing an upset after winning the second set.

Djokovic showed class to take control in a way that suggests there are more gears to be used.

The Serbian might need those gears in the quarterfinals.

Djokovic was overflowing with praise for his victory over his opponent.

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