Notes on the first third of the ATP season – Djokovic dominates.
Djokovic Dominates First Third of Season
And Other News & Notes from the ATP
Novak Djokovic, now 30-2 on the year, is dominating the ATP right now like few ever before. By winning his 2nd Monte Carlo title Sunday over Berdych (7-5, 4-6, 6-3), he became the only man to win all 3 of the first Masters events of the season. In his statement 2011 season, when he opened the year with a 41 match winning streak (43 overall), he skipped Monte Carlo due to a knee injury. Also in 2011, he set a record winning 5 of the 9 Masters titles…with 3 already under his belt and 6 to play, that’s another record in jeopardy. Going back to 2014, he’s now won the last 6 biggest titles on the tour, and going back to the beginning of Wimbledon last year, he’s posted a record of 23-2 vs. ATP Top 10 opponents while taking home 8 titles in that span.
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