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If you continued watching Roland Garros men’s final coverage minutes after Novak Djokovic conquered Stefanos Tsitsipas in five brutal sets, you saw one of the most beautiful moments in Grand Slam history. After the handshake, victory celebration, gestures of gratitude to a stadium giving him a standing ovation, and then a roar to his box, […] Continue to read full article...

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Jun/21

13

It can no longer be denied who is the greatest

Novak Djokovic defeated a superhuman challenge by Stefanos Tsitsipas with a five set 67 26 63 62 64 masterpiece of blood, guts, genius, and unbreakable iron will. The 33 year old Serbian needed everything in his arsenal and bag of tricks to defy the ambitious Greek, who will surely inevitably win at least a handful […] Continue to read full article...

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Jun/21

10

Is Djokovic Ready To Unleash His Crazy?

Last year’s Roland Garros final was a dud. Rafael Nadal came out grunting and snarling right from the outset of the match, playing the first points like not only championship point but as if his LIFE was at stake, while Novak Djokovic commenced the duel too calm, composed and like a boxer carefully trying to […] Continue to read full article...

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Jun/21

9

Djokovic Survives Berrettini

Novak Djokovic has advanced to the dream semifinal clash of titans with the defending champion from Spain, after a brutally stressful, hard fought 62 63 67 75 win over Matteo Berrettini. Djokovic bungled a 5-3 lead in the third set tiebreaker with some uncharacteristic errors, most likely caused by the pressure of Berrettini’s relentless blasting […] Continue to read full article...

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Did you know the two No. 1 players in the world both use racquets produced by Head? Yes, Novak Djokovic and Ash Barty, the top ranked players in the ATP and WTA respectively, both compete with Head racquets. Barty has used Head for her entire pro career. She endorses the Head Graphene 360 Speed MP […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/21

1

Djokovic Equals Federer’s 310 weeks as ATP World No. 1

No man has ever held the ATP world no. 1 ranking for 311 weeks but next week that monumental accomplishment will belong to Novak Djokovic. This week Djokovic has tied Roger Federer’s 310 weeks as no. 1 despite being six years younger. Federer was born in August 1981, Djokovic was born in May 1987. 33 […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

14

Djokovic vs. the media

Novak Djokovic has long been a victim of unfair media coverage compared to Federer, Nadal and Williams. After beating Raonic last night, Djokovic discussed his mercurial relations with the world media… “That’s like opening Pandora’s box. If we begin to discuss that, we won’t finish this evening. Presumably there are millions of different reasons.” “Truthfully, […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

12

Djokovic Career Is At Stake

By Scoop Malinowski By all evidence it appears to my senses Novak Djokovic is playing as if his tennis life is on the line. He survived Taylor Fritz 76 64 36 46 62 to advance to the fourth round and Milos Raonic. I assert Djokovic is a wounded, bloodied champion, still suffering the trauma of […] Continue to read full article...

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Nov/20

24

Djokovic Aura Of Invincibility Has Been Broken

2020 was a bittersweet year for ATP world no. 1. He opened the year with perfect 6-0 mark to power Serbia to win the inaugural ATP Cup, besting Daniil Medvedev in the semi 61 57 64 and Rafael Nadal in the final 62 76. Djokovic blasted through the AO draw, pummeling Roger Federer in the […] Continue to read full article...

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May/20

5

Tennis is such a funny mind game

One of my favorite tennis player partners is a former ATP ranked player (over a 1000) and former Division 1 college player about fifteen years ago. We have been playing for four years and from day one to now, our battles are always so close. Except for a few one day dominations which each of […] Continue to read full article...

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