Djokovic said he wasn’t “100 percent healthy” in his match against Querrey
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Rod Laver admitted Sunday he was saddened by Novak Djokovic's failure to break his 47-year-old Grand Slam record.World No. 1 Djokovic suffered a shock defeat to unheralded Sam Querrey of the United States in the Wimbledon third round Saturday in what was his earliest exit at a major in seven years.American player Budge won the first calendar Grand Slam in 1938 before Laver achieved the feat twice, in 1962 and 1969 .Laver, 77, believes Djokovic may have been lacking motivation after finally winning a first French Open last month which gave him ownership of all four Slams at the same time.
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