Category: comeback

The story of Novak’s 2018 season

The story of Novak’s 2018 season

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Novak looking ahead to the Nitto ATP Finals af…

Novak looking ahead to the Nitto ATP Finals after clinching the year-end No.1, ranking

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Novak: “Next to the Grand Slams and the ATP Fi…

Novak: “Next to the Grand Slams and the ATP Finals, being No. 1 is probably the ultimate challenge in our sport. It’s the pinnacle of the entire season. I’m very proud of that achievement and it’s extra special this year because of the whole process and the journey that I’ve been through in the past 15 months. In particularly, the past 8-10 months. After February’s elbow surgery, it looked quite improbable that I’d be in this position as a year-end No. 1. Not just because of the rankings, being No. 22, but also because of how I felt on the court and how I played. But there was always a part of me that believed I could make it back and I never thought it was impossible. “I thought it would take more time than I wanted it to be. But it was a perfect last five months of the year with two Grand Slam titles. Unfortunately, Nadal had to withdraw from all of his tournaments after the US Open, so he was not in that race for No. 1. But at the same time, I thought it was a great five months that I crowned with this achievement.”

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Novak received the award for ‘Comeback player …

Novak received the award for ‘Comeback player of the year’ at the Houses of Parliament.

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IT’S OFFICIAL: Novak Djokovic has returned to …

IT’S OFFICIAL: Novak Djokovic has returned to the top of the rankings for the first time in two years. It’s Novak’s 224th week as the world number one.

After Rafael Nadal’s withdrawal from the Nitto ATP Finals in London Novak has clinched the year end number one ranking, too.

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After Rafael Nadal’s withdrawal from the Rolex…

After Rafael Nadal’s withdrawal from the Rolex Paris Masters Novak is officially returning to the No. 1 spot next Monday after exactly two years.

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Novak fights back against Dimitrov to set up R…

Novak fights back against Dimitrov to set up Raonic QF: undefined

Novak discussing his time off from the tour, h…

Novak discussing his time off from the tour, his form and his success at the Rogers Cup

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#13 seems sweet.

#13 seems sweet.

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NOVAK DJOKOVIC IS THE 2018 WIMBLEDON CHAMPION.

NOVAK DJOKOVIC IS THE 2018 WIMBLEDON CHAMPION.

Novak beat Kevin Anderson 6-2 6-2 7-6(3) and won Wimbledon for the fourth time in his career. It’s Novak’s first title this season, his 13th Grand Slam title and his 69th career title.