The 36-year-old remains clear of his rivals and his dominance should lead to soul searching for would-be challengers
Days before the ATP Finals began in Turin last week, each of the contenders were asked by the tour’s social media staff to give a bold prediction for the week ahead. Most of the players talked about the prospect of close matches, more video reviews and high ace counts.
And then there was Novak Djokovic: “If I don’t want to be humble and [to] be honest, I’m winning the tournament,” he said, a smile spreading across his face. “If I want to be humble, I’m also winning the tournament.”
Written by Tumaini Carayol
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