Djokovic dominates on his return from injury

Toni Nadal 'In 2015 Novak Djokovic was more complete than Federer in 2017'

Toni Nadal 'In 2015 Novak Djokovic was more complete than Federer in 2017' 4 Jan 2018  View 12090 by Gatto Luigi

The 36-year-old won his fifth Australian Open title and 18th Major title in Melbourne in 2017 thanks to a five-set thriller against his old foe Rafael Nadal.

"But I think in my eyes it's flawless preparation for next week".

Ahead of the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, Thiem displayed some impressive tennis before his preparation was briefly disrupted by illness. I've watched him practise. Quite possibly. The Swiss lost only five matches in all of 2017, winning two Slams. "I'm happy with that".

"But, as he indicated this morning, he will be ready to play and it's great to see him out here".

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"It was a fantastic test for me to see where I am, to see what we have done as a team and whether it works on the court and it works pretty well", Djokovic said, via Yahoo!

Nadal has been battling a right knee problem since November while his Serbian rival spent four-and-a-half months not practising after elbow surgery a year ago.

"I know he's got a bit of a mixed image for some people". I'm happy with how I'm performing now. With a good draw and some strong performances in the early rounds, Thiem could go on a strong run in Melbourne this year.

Wawrinka's 2017 season came to an end after a shock defeat to Russian Daniil Medvedev in the first round of Wimbledon and announced that he will be missing the rest of the season after undergoing two operations on a knee cartilage injury.

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The Swiss is both favourite and defending champion going into the Australian Open, having triumphed in a breath-taking five-set victory over his old adversary, and friend, Rafael Nadal past year. "I'm excited about it and I've got a few days to practice". "It's not always the best when you are an athlete so I'm looking forward to it, enjoying the crowd".

Federer also has Milos Raonic, Juan Martin del Potro, David Goffin and Tomas Berdych in his quarter of the draw, while Nadal would appear to have the easier section, although former U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic looms as a last-eight opponent.

"I increased my serve by several kilometres per hour and I think I did better overall with my second than first, and I can say I won some points nearly for free as a result", Nadal said in an interview with Spanish daily AS in December. Chris Kermode, executive chairman of the men's tour, the Association of Tennis Professionals, promised a shake-up, although he accepted the players' reasons for withdrawing.In a separate rule change created to get matches started more quickly, warm-up times will be strictly enforced.

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