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The Scot has maintained his spot in the recently released Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) World Rankings, according to reports.

The rankings released for the month of May see Murray lead the pack as expected ahead of Roland Garros. Novak Djokovic has to prove he is still in the game this month. The Serbian follows in second place ahead of Swiss star Stan Wawrinka.

Murray has 11,870 points far from Djokovic’s 8,085 points. Wawrinka has 5695, and he is slightly ahead of his compatriot Roger Federer who has 5125 points.

Spaniard RafaNadal makes the top five after securing his 10th Barcelona Open title on Sunday. He has 4735 points and makes it ahead of Milos Raonic with 4165. The Japanese Kei Nishikori has ten points above the 4000 mark. Read more »


It was never an easy sail through for Novak Djokovic, former world number one as he had to work hard enough to ensure that he finished on a strong note, thus defeating Martin Klizan in straight sets since returning to the competition on Tuesday at the ATP Acapulco event.

Since his shocking second round exit out of the Australian Open in January, Djokovic has not played. So on Tuesday during the event, he showed some signs of ring-rustiness before heading on to defeat Klizan 6-3, 7-6 (7/4 ) before a loud Mexican crowd.

Djokovic who spoke after the match said that he wasn’t expecting an easy match but was pleased that he had performed well enough to win in straight sets. Read more »

Novak Djokovic And His Legendary Career

There is no other name that is as much talked about than Novak Djokovic.

He seems to be signified an end of the machine age that had come by in tennis where machines were able to predict who would win as per the capabilities, trends and playing styles. The victory on the clay courts of the French Open Novak was able to prove all the machines wrong. He now holds all four titles at the same time, a feat that has not been achieved since the sixties.

For those who were unable to catch the finals, they missed the chance to see the man running all over, stretching, sliding and spinning the shots, anything but stumbling and falling. Only after he finished and gained his victory did the viewers saw the champion stumble or simply allow he to lie back on the court where he had just spent three grueling hours to gain the win in the French Open. The man was all veins and sinew when he was playing, but the moment he realized that he had bagged the first title in the French Open he seemed to reveal his vulnerable self, struggling to catch his breath. Read more »

Novak Djokovic is not going to feature in the upcoming edition of IPTL

Novak Djokovic is not going to feature in the upcoming edition of IPTL which is starting from 2nd of December.

Weariness is the reason citing which Djokovic has decided to keep himself away from the tournament.

Announcing his pull out, the Serbian said, “It was wonderful playing in the first International Premier Tennis League. I was waiting for this edition as well. But, after having such a gruelling season, I have realized it would only be appropriate for me to get switched off so that I can have a few more days to get my body and mind recovered. I convey my best wishes to the slammers. Hopefully, they win the tournament this time around. As far as I am concerned, I would be back in 2016.”

The MD of the tournament Mahesh Bhupati, who has been a renowned doubles player over the years, announced yesterday that on the place of Djokovic, two players in the form of Andy Murray, who had taken part in the previous edition of the tournament also, and Stan Wawrinka, one of the most talked about players on the tour in the last couple of seasons, have been slotted in the Singapore Slammers.

With these two big names joining in, the league is likely to catch a bit more attraction from around the world. Read more »

Jelena Dokic wins tennis match at Australian Open Melbourne going into the quarters finals

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Novak Djokovic finds his form better than ever

Novak Djokovic reckons his form at the moment is better than it ever has been.

Djokovic added another feather to his cap yesterday as he trumped the no. 2 player in the world, Roger Federer, in the title match of BNP Paribas Open.

It was the 4th time that Djokovic claimed the title at Indian Wells.

With this win, Djokovic also inched closer to Federer in head to head record.

Djokovic would certainly not have been over confident making his way into the clash as he had been beaten comprehensively by Federer in the previous two meetings.

But, he would have got a lot of confidence in the first set. He clearly dominated it with some exceptional shot-making skills, but, there was no way his wily opponent was going to throw in the towel so easily.

The following set was a fierce one and it got much closer. Finally, Federer clinched it in the tie break and the game seemed to be turning there.

The momentum was favouring Federer when the decider kicked off, but, Djokovic showed that he was not at the top of the World rankings for no reason.

It was clinical from the Serb at the end as he kept taking points one after another and the third set was finished sooner that one would have thought.

It was 6-2 Djokovic and the match was over. Read more »