Novak Djokovic advanced to the round of 16 at Wimbledon today with a 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 defeat of Gilles Simon. Midway through the third set, Djokovoic dove for a shot and landed awkwardly on his elbow. He came up clutching his shoulder, appearing in immense pain, and was attended to by a trainer and a doctor for over seven minutes.

Djokovic falls

Explaining the injury when the trainer arrives

Another angle of the fall

The trainer rubbed his shoulder for several minutes, and it looked like it was soothing.

The doctor gives Novak a pill to pop, and he went out there good as new.

After he was attended to, he didn't seem to miss a beat as he went on to finish off the match and didn't appear to be in any pain at all. John McEnroe made a few comments about Djokovic perhaps diving by saying "maybe he's been watching the World Cup" and making other implications that Djokovic was either overreating on purpose or has a typical tennis player low pain threshold. Either way, "I'm just happy he's okay," McEnroe said.

Here are the match statistics. Djokovic will play Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the round of 16. Here is Djokovic's match point: