London: World No.1 Novak Djokovic has said that he is more concerned about his third-round clash than a potential Wimbledon final with Andy Murray.
The two top seeds, who are on course to meet in what would be a mouth-watering final showdown, have both eased into the last 32, while three of their big rivals, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, are already out, the Daily Star reports.
Stating that he is not even thinking about any final against Murray as it is still a long way away; the Serb said that he is for now focusing on his third-round challenge with either Jeremy Chardy or Jan-Lennard Struff after a straight-sets win over American Bobby Reynolds on Centre Court on Thursday.
According to Djokovic, the fact that top players have lost in the last few days gives enough reason for all players not to underestimate any opponent and look too far into the future, adding that all of them have to take their chances step by step.
First Published: Friday, June 28, 2013, 18:32