June 26 (Gracenote) - Standings from the ATP Tour singles Points 1 (1) Andy Murray(Britain) 9390 2 (2) Rafa Nadal(Spain) 7285 3 (3) Stan Wawrinka(Switzerland) 6175 4 (4) Novak Djokovic(Serbia) 5805 5 (5) Roger Federer(Switzerland) 5265 6 (7) Marin Cilic(Croatia) 4235 7 (6) Milos Raonic(Canada)
Now working with Andre Agassi, Djokovic is playing at Eastbourne this week ahead of Wimbledon. McEnroe was asked whether Djokovic would consider his options if he fell short at SW19.
Novak Djokovic's seaside tennis usually centres on his training bases in Monte Carlo and Marbella, not Eastbourne. But the south coast resort will be a launch pad for his Wimbledon campaign.
Novak Djokovic kept Eastbourne organisers guessing as he weighs up how best to prepare for Wimbledon. The Serbian delayed his decision on the Aegon International until Wednesday.
In a rare appearance, Novak Djokovic will play an ATP 250 event right before a Grand Slam.
Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, and Stan Wawrinka are struggling. Rafael Nadal is resting. Roger Federer, though, is rolling. The 2017 French Open was one of the most exciting tournaments in recent memory, even if it ended with yet another Rafael Nadal victory. Show More Summary
Novak Djokovic will play at the grass-court tournament in Eastbourne next week in preparation for Wimbledon
LONDON, June 21 (Reuters) - Three-times Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic has broken with tradition and taken a wildcard into the Aegon International at Eastbourne next week as the Serb battles to rediscover some form ahead of next month's grasscourt grand slam.
June 21 (Reuters) - Three-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic has accepted a main draw wildcard to play at the Aegon International in Eastbourne starting June 23, the organisers said on Wednesday.
OLIVER HOLT: The thrill of some of the tennis that Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray served up in the first semi-final of the French Open on Friday afternoon is still fresh in the memory.
June 12 (Gracenote) - Standings from the ATP Tour singles Points 1 (1) Andy Murray(Britain) 9890 2 (4) Rafa Nadal(Spain) 7285 3 (3) Stan Wawrinka(Switzerland) 6175 4 (2) Novak Djokovic(Serbia) 5805 5 (5) Roger Federer(Switzerland) 4945 6 (6) Milos Raonic(Canada) 4450 7 (8) Marin Cilic(Croatia)
Defending champion Novak Djokovic who lost out to Dominic Thiem in the French Open on June 7, following a straight-sets defeat has led Boris Becker to believe that Djokovic now needs a new tour coach as “Agassi missed the second week...Show More Summary
His French Open title defense nearing an end, Novak Djokovic stumbled and tumbled to his knees on the red clay, his racket flying from his right hand as his opponent's backhand zipped past. Even Djokovic found it hard to fathom how far he's fallen, only a year removed from leaving Roland Garros...
Dominic Thiem made the world of tennis sit up and take notice on Wednesday, as he blew away Novak Djokovic in straight sets to progress to the semi-finals of the French Open.
PARIS — His French Open title defense nearing an end, Novak Djokovic stumbled and tumbled to his knees on the red clay, his racket flying from his right hand as his opponent’s backhand zipped past. Even Djokovic found it hard to fathom how far he’s fallen, only a year removed from leaving Roland Garros as […]
Novak Djokovic needs help. Not the Andre Agassi kind of help, either.
The men's and women's final four is locked in France. Dominic Thiem surprised Novak Djokovic, while Andy Murray also won to advance to the semifinals. Meanwhile, Simona Halep and Karolina Pliskova will square off after quarterfinals victories.