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A planned exhibition match between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal in Saudi Arabia has been called off because of the Spaniard's ankle injury. The world's top two ranked players were due to meet in Jeddah on 22 December. There had been calls for the ...
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The tennis season's grand finale returns to London for the 10th successive year as the O2 Arena plays host to the ATP Finals. Novak Djokovic is the odds-on favourite to claim a sixth title with Roger Federer, who lost his opener on Sunday, still likely
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It is five years since John Isner last beat Novak Djokovic, in which time the Serb has reeled off five successive victories against him, the last three without dropping a set (though they haven't played since 2015). Only the last of their 10 career  - - -
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Novak Djokovic says his return to world number one seems "unreal" as he looks to cap a remarkable renaissance with victory at the ATP Finals in London. Djokovic, 31, is the heavy favourite to win the season finale for a sixth time. The Serb, who
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Zverev is on track to finish the year as a top five player for the second season in a row. However, the German has only won one Masters event this term, in Madrid, beating Dominic Thiem in the final. He has also failed to make signifiant process at  -
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Here is where Novak Djokovic will kick-off his 2019 ATP season. NOVEMBER 13, 2018 ... On his official website, the Serbian player updated his schedule and listed the Qatar Exxon Mobil Open that will be held in in Doha from 31st December 2018 to 5th
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Nadal, 32, has not featured on a tennis court since his US Open semi-final retirement against Juan Martin del Potro. The Spaniard spent seven weeks sidelined with a knee injury but was due to return at the Paris Masters last week until he picked up a ...
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Federer's draw became much easier when Nadal announced he was pulling out of the competition on Monday. The Spaniard is struggling with a stomach injury which he picked up while training at the Paris Masters. Nadal also underwent ankle surgery on a ...
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Djokovic is often the pantomime villain at some tournaments because of the emotion he shows on court. The Serbian is not shy of screaming at the crowd, smashing a racket or losing his temper with the ball kids. Just yesterday, Djokovic ranted at his
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Rafael Nadal has been confirmed as part of the line-up for the Mubadala World Tennis Championship (MWTC) in Abu Dhabi, an event that takes place just five days after his proposed exhibition match with Novak Djokovic in Saudi Arabia was due to take
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The Spaniard is also dealing with a knee injury and recently pulled out from the Asian swing where he had a lot of points to defend, while Djokovic has no points to defend for the rest of the season. "I couldn't imagine a better scenario," Djokovic
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Kei Nishikori comes in for the injured Juan Martin del Potro and John Isner replaces Rafael Nadal, who is having ankle surgery, but last year's champion Grigor Dimitrov has not qualified and neither has British number one Kyle Edmund. Great Britain's
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The big story from Monday was Rafael Nadal's withdrawal from the ATP Finals due to injury, which means Novak Djokovic will finish 2018 as the No 1. The draw for the ATP Finals has been done and Djokovic and Roger Federer were kept apart. Speaking of ...
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Defending champion Jack Sock made it through to Round 3, while Roger Federer received a bye after Milos Raonic withdrew with injury at the 2018 Paris Rolex Masters on Wednesday. Rafael Nadal also pulled out because of an abdominal injury, per BBC ...
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He dropped only one set on his way to the championship match, which he lost to a resurgent Novak Djokovic. Then in Beijing, Del Potro marched to the final, where he was upset by Nikoloz Basilashvili. The world No. 4's campaign in Shanghai got off to a