For 18 months Novak Djokovic played through a right elbow injury until the pain forced him out of his quarterfinal match at Wimbledon two weeks ago. Now, because of the injury, Djokovic will miss a Grand Slam tournament for the first time since he - -
Novak Djokovic has provided an update on his recovery after an elbow injury forced him to take a 'prolonged break' from the game. The Serbian star confirmed he would miss the rest of the season after retiring during his Wimbledon quarter-final match
Prolific Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic will miss the remainder of the season with an elbow injury while Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka, Kei Nishikori and Marin Cilic have all suffered setbacks in recent weeks. Roger Federer was also forced to withdraw ...
... elbow and still wants to avoid surgery. (AP). Novak Djokovic is almost definitely going to withdraw from the U.S. Open, according to the Tennis Federation of Serbia's doctor. ... Djokovic retired with an elbow injury in the quarterfinals of
OPINION: At this rate, the men's draw for the US Open will soon resemble the qualifying section for the Surbiton Trophy. To the ailing body parts that are Novak Djokovic's elbow and Andy Murray's hip, we can add the knee of Stan Wawrinka, the wrist of -
Twelve-time grand slam champion Novak Djokovic will miss the rest of the tennis season, including next month's US Open, as he recovers from a right elbow injury. The 30-year-old posted a video statement on Facebook in which he said he had decided to ... -
Tennis star Novak Djokovic will miss rest of 2017, including U.S. Open, because of injured right elbow. AP Jul 26, 2017 at 8:38a ET. 0. Shares. BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) Tennis star Novak Djokovic will miss rest of 2017, including U.S. Open, because of
It's easy to suspect that Novak Djokovic's injury layoff is about more than just his elbow. Will the break help heal all wounds and vault the 12-time Grand Slam champ back to his winning ways? Plus questions on American men's tennis, Hall of Fame
Twelve-times Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic's enforced injury break gives him enough time to rediscover his intense playing style and will also make him mentally tougher on his return, former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash has said.
An elbow injury has forced Novak Djokovic to cut his 2017 season short. He made the announcement on Wednesday from Belgrade and we pick up the chatter on Friday, discussing what it means for the ATP at the US Open, what it could mean for Djokovic ...
Citing the elbow injury that forced him to retire in the middle of his quarterfinal match against Tomas Berdych in Wimbledon, Novak Djokovic has announced that he will skip the rest of the year—and hope to come back in resurgent form in 2018. Sound
Novak Djokovic drops a place to fifth in latest ATP rankings. Former world number one Novak Djokovic will likely fall further by the end of the year as he has already announced he will not play again this season due to an elbow injury. tennis Updated - -
Serbian 12-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic will miss the remainder of the year with an elbow injury while and Swiss 2016 US Open champion Stan Wawrinka is out with a knee injury and Kei Nishikori will miss the rest of 2017 with a torn right
Novak Djokovic has won a record 30 ATP Masters 1000 titles, and somehow, only one has eluded him. He has never won Cincinnati. Unfortunately, the 30-year-old won't get another shot this year as he ended his season in July with an elbow injury.
Tennis issues: Regardless of what the result could have been against Sam Querrey at 2016 Wimbledon, Djokovic's level could only drop after being the most feared man on the ATP World Tour for quite some time beforehand, including having just captured