Novak Djokovic & Madrid Masters

Novak Djokovic (born 22 May 1987) is a Serbian professional tennis player who is ranked the World No. The Mutua Madrid Open (formerly the Mutua Madrileña Madrid Open and before that the Madrid Masters) is a male and female professional tennis tournament, currently held in Madrid, Spain, during the first week of May. 5.0/5

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Reports out there Novak Djokovic will return to Madrid Masters this season after 2 year absence, will play Monte Carlo and Rome as well.
French Open Tennis: Men's Outright Winner. World number 1 Rafa Nadal (evens, Bet365)) has not been his usual self during the 2014 clay court season, however he has still gained very good results as you would expect. His losses to Almagro and Ferrer where big upsets, but he still managed to defeat an injured Kei Nishikori to win the Madrid Masters. Nadal has an awesome record at Roland Garros and as ever will be very tough to beat over best of 5 set matches. He will grind and grind his opponents down. Novak Djokovic (7/4 Bet365)) won the Rome Masters last week. The Serbian is looking to take back his world number 1 from Rafa and if fully recovered from his injury lay off he could go well again at this year’s French Open. Novak is more than capable of fighting hard with Nadal on clay as he did in Rome, but that semi-final from last year which Nadal somehow won 9-7 in the 5th could stay in the back of the mind of the Serbian. Still Novak has had the better of his recent matches against Rafa and will be ver ...
Grigor Dimitrov has long been lauded as one of the up-and-coming players to watch on the ATP Tour, with the young Bulgarian being both cursed and praised with a comparison, first made several years ago, of his game with that of the great Roger Federer’s. Such a comparison, whilst of course flattering, brings with it a whole heap of pressure and for several years it seemed as though Dimitrov was struggling to live up to the lofty expectations that others had placed on him. This year, however, has seen Dimitrov finally break out of his shell and start performing like a rising star. A finals appearance in Brisbane, where he lost a hard-fought match against Andy Murray, was followed with a stunning upset of world number one Novak Djokovic at the Madrid Masters and now at Roland Garros the 22 year old has made his first ever third round at a Grand Slam. Dimitrov also pushed Nadal to 3 sets at Monte Carlo, which is not an easy thing to do at one of the Spaniard’s favourite stomping grounds. Today’s remat ...
World number one Novak Djokovic takes on Grigor Dimitrov in the third round of the French Open today. Dimitrov won their first and only meeting on clay, which was also the last time they met in the Madrid Masters last month. Do you think Dimitrov can cause an upset and trouble Djokovic again this time around?
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will fight for the Rome ATP Masters 1000 in a repeat of last year’s final
Federer,Djokovic In heavyweight Semi Final Clash- Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer will clash for the 25th time in Saturday's Rome Masters semi-finals while Rafael Nadal also progressed, ensuring the big three all made the last four of this crucial French Open warm-up. Defending champion Djokovic, the top seed, fought through the first set, before racing away in the second to beat French fifth seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7-5, 6-1. Federer, fresh from his Madrid Masters triumph last weekend, followed the script with a 6-1, 6-2 demolition of Italian Andreas Seppi in just 53 minutes, with the Swiss third seed winning 14 of the first 15 points. Second seed Nadal, meanwhile, got the better of Czech seventh seed Tomas Berdych, grinding out a 6-4, 7-5 win. "In the second set I played one of the best sets on clay this year," said Serb star Djokovic. "This is encouraging for the challenges ahead. With Roland Garros coming, I'm playing and feeling better in every match." Djokovic was tested early on by Tsonga in a firs ...
The win gave Federer second place in world ranking once again. This is the 74th title win of his career and he will stand one place below Novak Djokovic on the Association of Tennis Professionals’ Rankings.
"If you want to be good clay court player, you must be able to play everywhere!" - Roger Federer, after reaching the finals of the Madrid Masters. Meanwhile elsewhere in Madrid: "I want to move on to the real clay courts soon as possible!" - Novak Djokovic after losing the quarters to Tipsarevic. "They can do what they like, I won't be here next year if this clay stays!" - Rafael Nadal, supposedly the greatest clay court payer ever, after losing in the third round to Verdasco. What sore losers I tell you!!...
Janko Tipsarevic produced a superb display to dump Novak Djokovic out of the Madrid Masters with a 7-6 6-3 quarter-final win.
Djokovic out of Madrid Masters: MADRID: Novak Djokovic’s frustration with the controversial blue clay at t...
NOVAK Djokovic declared war on the Madrid Masters' controversial blue clay, with the world No.1 charging that double-dealing by a former ATP chief was the cause of this week's player revolt.
Angry Djokovic in Madrid defeat: Novak Djokovic says he will not play in next year's Madrid Masters if the contr...
Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic said they will boycott next years Madrid Masters tournement if the clay surface isnt changed back to red.
Blues for Rafael Nadal on the blue clay of the Madrid Masters... & for Novak Djokovic too!
Novak Djokovic & Rafa Nadal to boycott Madrid Masters if they don't return to red clay from this atrocious blue one.
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal out of Madrid Masters... *** ..it's too slippery and brings down the level of top players.. :(
Novak Djokovic threatens to boycott Madrid Masters over blue surface - Friday's transfer ro...
Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic win at Madrid Masters - The Times of India
Madrid Masters - Djokovic advances into last eight - Novak Djokovic continued his defence of his Madrid Masters titl...
Verdasco gives Nadal the blues Spanish Fernando Rafael Nadal went down in frustration as the second seed lost his first match of the season on clay, with Spanish compatriot Fernando Verdasco triumphing 6-3, 3-6, 7-5 on Thursday in the third round of the Madrid Masters. "I never was in control of the match, I didn't know how to win a point," said Nadal, who intimated he will not show up next year unless the controversial blue clay surface he abhors is modified. Nadal's perfect record on the dirt for 2012 was marred as Madrid native Verdasco clawed out the opening set to stun multiple Monte Carlo and Barcelona champion Nadal, who, though he dug out the second set, succumbed in the decider. "Movement is very important for me and I couldn't move. "I couldn't hit ball the way I wanted. I lost because I deserved to lose." Verdasco lost the second set as Nadal found his rhythm, but the 15th-seeded challenger rallied from 1-4 down in the third to work his upset miracle, winning his first match over the king of cl ...
Breaking News for all tennis fans, Rafael Nadal has lost his third round match at the Madrid Masters, to Fernando Gonzalez. Now when was the last time that happened when his opponent was not called Novak Djokovic?
Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Madrid Masters: A Tournament Preview: Now fast approaching the business end of the...
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