Djokovic has not won a Grand Slam title in over two years and he has struggled with an elbow injury for the past 12 months. The Serbian is gradually rediscovering his old form and takes on Jeremy Chardy in the Queen's semi-finals this afternoon. But
The former world No 1 has continued to make forward steps in recent weeks since an elbow injury curtailed his 2017 season and hampered the first few months of his current ATP Tour. He claimed his first win over a top-10 opponent in over a year by - -
22 after more than a year battling an elbow injury and indifferent form, arrived in London after a bitter end to his French Open hopes against unheralded Italian Marco Cecchinato, but has so far looked serene on the grass courts. He always looked in
Djokovic is hoping to win Queen's this week to build momentum ahead of Wimbledon. The Serbian spent six months sidelined with an elbow injury last year and he has had to alter his serving technique upon return. Djokovic is still not fully confident
Murray returns to tour from a long layoff with a hip injury this week at Queen's, while Djokovic has been on the comeback trail from elbow problems. The Serb told local press at Queen's that it took him a while to stop being distracted by his elbow -
“What I wanted to say is I have modified certain dimensions of the racquet and things that I felt with my team that is the right thing to do, considering the problems that I had with the elbow. “This very problem with an injury of the elbow has forced
Djokovic is still trying to find his top form after suffering an elbow injury which required surgery last year. The Serbian struggled in the early season competitions but really began to look like his old self at the French Open earlier this month. He -
Despite his advancing years, the 36-year-old still continues to dominate the game. Djokovic on the other hand is trying to get back to his best after returning to the ATP Tour following his troubles with an elbow injury. And Kraijeck has revealed why
Novak Djokovic is also picking up form heading into the third Grand Slam of the year – but Kyrgios is full of confidence that he can also have a good campaign at the All England Club. Kyrgios pushed Federer to the wire during their Stuttgart Open semi
Novak Djokovic reached the milestone of 800 career wins as he beat Adrian Mannarino to make the semifinals of the Fever Tree Championships at the Queen's Club in London. The Serbian came through 7-5, 6-1 against his French opponent in what was ...
Three-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic says he "doesn't know if I am going to play on grass" after losing in the French Open quarter-finals. Djokovic was beaten 6-3 7-6 (7-4) 1-6 7-6 (13-11) by Italy's world number 72 Marco Cecchinato in Paris on ... - -
... after struggling with an elbow injury which needed a minor operation in January. But the three-time Wimbledon champion accepted a wildcard at Queen's as part of his preparations for Wimbledon and looked in good form against world number 63 Millman.
Djokovic has been struggling for fitness ever since having elbow surgery last year. The Serb pulled out of Wimbledon at the quarter-final stage with the injury and despite two separate procedures, is still not 100 per cent fit. But he did reach the
Last summer, the former world No 1 took an extended break from the sport after retiring from his Wimbledon quarter-final against Tomas Berdych with an elbow injury. He did not play again until January, reaching the last 16 of the Australian Open – but