Novak: I'm happy to be dark horse.
The world's fourth best player has barely been talked about as a potential winner - with Murray and five-time champ Federer tipped to lift the title.
But Djokovic doesn't mind slipping under the radar because it has allowed him to do what he does best.
He cruised in to the fourth round with a win over American Mardy Fish on Friday and now faces unseeded Israeli Dudi Sela tomorrow.
The 22-year-old admits it is strange being an underdog but is adamant he can triumph at SW19.
Djokovic said: "Maybe I'm not getting the respect a top seed deserves but it's given me a freedom to perform the best tennis I possibly can on court.
"Andy and Roger are in the spotlight at the moment and they deserve to be.
"But if I continue to play like I did against Mardy I have a good chance of going very far in the second week."
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