Melbourne: Six-time champion Novak Djokovic rose up out of the Bar Laver Field heater and into the third round of the Australian Open in the wake of putting enduring Gael Monfils out of his wretchedness with a sketchy triumph on Thursday. The two men battled physically as air temperatures topped at 39.9 degrees Celsius with reports of 69 degrees being estimated down on the court surface. Be that as it may, 12-times fabulous hammer champion Djokovic, playing his first competition for a half year as a result of an elbow issue, was the more solid as he recuperated from a woeful begin to guarantee a 4-6, 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 win and take his record over Monfils to 15-0. The fourteenth seeded Serb will play Spain's Albert Ramos-Vinolas in the third round. "It was ruthless," Djokovic who wore a pressure sleeve and utilized a truncated administration activity, said. "I thought, it will be a major test for the two of us. Gael is extraordinary compared to other competitors in our game. "It was about simply keeping it together." Monfils looked in threat of keeling over from the center of the second set and all through the third - begging the match umpire to give them over 25 seconds between focuses. "I was passing on the court for 40 minutes," the 31-year-old told columnists later subsequent to having restored in an icy tub. "It was extremely warm. It was hard to relax. I think it was the hardest (conditions) I have played in. "I endeavored to chill off. Yet, even with the ice towel, the water, I think my body was super warm." Djokovic was supposed to have asked for to play his match amidst the evening, in spite of the anticipated heatwave. Unhindered Halep dashes past Bouchard Top seed Simona Halep facilitated fears over her wellness with an energetic 6-2, 6-2 triumph over Canada's Eugenie Bouchard to achieve the third round. The Romanian world number one sprained her lower leg in her initially round match at Melbourne Stop on Tuesday however hinted at no confined development in a 65-minute frolic on Margaret Court Field. Walking around the court like she didn't mean anything however business, Halep broke Bouchard seven of the eight times the Canadian served to set up a third round gathering with American Lauren Davies. Bouchard, who beat Halep in the 2014 Wimbledon semi-finals, had her minutes yet made 26 unforced blunders, surrendering rout with the remainder of them after Halep had terminated down an enormous forehand which she could just inflatable wide of the court.