Novak Djokovic reacts during his shock loss to Denis Istomin in the second round of the Australian Open Novak Djokovic's former coach Boris Becker insists the Serb must revive his love of the game if he wants to be back on top but has not ruled ... Sky Sports, 9 hours ago
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The Australian Open 2017 has featured more than its fair share of feel-good stories.There was six-time champion Novak Djokovic being stunned by world No 117 Denis Istomin, who was told as a teenager that he would neverNew Zealand Herald, 3 hours ago
Boris Becker has not ruled out a coaching reunion with Novak Djokovic but says the Serb must first rediscover his love of the game. Becker also explained how Djokovic lost motivation after winning last year's French Open, which was his first ...Tennis.co.uk, 11 hours ago Becker not ruling out Djokovic reunion AOL UK, 7 hours ago
Serb's ex-coach sure Djokovic in terminal tailspin Novak Djokovic's former coach Boris Becker reckons the world No 2's era of dominance is over following his shock Australian Open exit on Thursday. Six-time champion Djokovic's five-set loss to ...CHINAdaily.com.cn, 4 days ago Djokovic era is over, hints former coach Becker Gulf Times, 4 days ago Is Djokovic era over? IAfrica.com, 4 days ago Novak Djokovic's early loss in Australian Open raises questions over intensity Hindustan Times, 4 days ago
Andre Agassi felt the Novak Djokovic's struggles would pass quickly and he would be back to contesting the grand slams. Andy Murray is yet to reach his maximum potential and should only get better but the world number one has not seen the back of ...Indian Express, 3 days ago Andre Agassi about Novak Djokovic: 'His game seems to have left him' Tennis World USA, 2 days ago Don't write off Novak Djokovic so early, warns Andre Agassi Mid Day, 2 days ago Agassi: Don't write off Djokovic, but 2017 can be Murray's year AOL UK, 3 days ago
WHEN Novak Djokovic fell to an obscure wildcard called Denis Istomin, Andy Murray seemed to have one hand on the trophy. Certainly, he was in pole position.
But in this truly open Open, weve reached the end of certainty in men's tennis. Lightning has struck twice. This time, the bolt has hit the top ranked Murray, who fell to another unheralded bolter, Germany's Mischa Zverev 7-5, 5-7, 6-2, 6-4. The ...FoxSports.com.au, 2 days ago
'What I can speak to is Novak’s game and his abilities and there’s no reason in the world why he can’t turn it around.' 'He’s very impressive. I’ve always talked about Andy as a person that has never really realised his maximum potential.' IMAGE: Novak Djokovic reacts after losing a set in his second round match against Denis Istomin at the Australian Open. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Andy Murray is yet to reach his maximum potential and should only get ...Rediff.com, 3 days ago
A deflated Novak Djokovic defended himself against accusations of lacking motivation after his stunning second-round elimination by Uzbek wildcard Denis Istomin. The former world No 1 fell victim to one of the greatest shocks in Grand Slam ...This Day Online, 3 days ago Novak defends Istomin shocker Sky Sports, 5 days ago Novak Djokovic defends himself over loss to Denis Istomin at Australian Open Sky Sports, 5 days ago Australian Open: Tried my best till the end, says Novak Djokovic after loss Mid Day, 4 days ago
11:24 AM GMT Andy Murray stated Novak Djokovic 's shock early exit from the Australian Open will make no difference to the way he approaches the rest of the tournament. Wild-card Denis Istomin stunned defending champion Djokovic Thursday as he ...ESPN.co.uk, 4 days ago Novak Djokovic exit from Australian Open makes no difference, insists Andy Murray Brief Report.co.uk, 3 days ago
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