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Djokovic: Grand Slams, No. 1 rank no longer priority

Top-ranked Serb says he felt emotionally drained after winning the French Open in June.        
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Novak Djokovic says Grand Slams, No. 1 ranking no longer priority

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Top-ranked Serb says he felt emotionally drained after winning the French Open in June.        

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