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Men's Tennis' Big 4 Are More Vulnerable Than Ever Heading into 2017

When Novak Djokovic announced an elbow injury forced him to withdraw from Beijing’s China Open, it was another sign the World No. 1 is not ready to assume the dominance that destroyed the ATP for five major titles from 2015 through French Open 2016. Add the elbow to the sore left wrist and hurt right shoulder that ultimately factored in his loss at the U.S. Open final. Meanwhile, Wimbledon champion Andy Murray should be hot on Djokovic’s tail for the year-end No.
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