Djokovic and the heckler: 'No more drop shots'

Novak Djokovic talks to a heckler at the Australian Open. Photo / YouTube
Novak Djokovic talks to a heckler at the Australian Open. Photo / YouTube

A heckler got the best of Novak Djokovic following his error-ridden victory at the Australian Open last night.

Djokovic overcame a staggering 100 unforced errors to triumph over Gilles Simon 6-3 6-7 (1-7) 6-4 4-6-3 at Rod Laver Arena.

After the match, while being interviewed by Jim Courier, Djokovic mentioned he'll have to work on his unforced errors ahead of his quarter-final clash against Japan's Kei Nishikori.

A member of the crowd then shouted out "No more drop shots".

Djokovic stopped the interview to hear exactly what the fan shouted before replying "I hate to say it but you're absolutely right".

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